Permanent = Expired

When we make learning assets, training resources, and support documentation, we typically do so under the belief that they will be permanent. But this is a false belief in all cases. And this is a…

Data doesn’t tell you where to go

Learning Analytics, data-driven learning strategies, and new training tech like xAPI are all gaining traction these days. I for one am VERY happy to see this! But ask we gain more new information, let us…

Scoring can be simple

Under consideration for the next cohort of the Digital Learning Asset Framework: assessment standards. What properties does a well-formed assessment possess? What is it actually assessing? Which content does this relate to? How do we…

…and we’re BACK!

At the end of May, this website was partially hacked. Not enough to compromise the live site but enough to make admin access — and even wordpress backups — all but impossible. Thanks to the…

Why Measure Training?

The following article was recently featured on eLearningIndustry.com and speaks to many of the issues that often arise when discussing the outputs of the Digital Learning Asset Framework and the desire to quantify and analyze…

A Vision for Digital Learning Assets

What does the ideal Digital Learning Asset look like? How is it designed? Created? Updated? Retired? How is it targeted to be of maximum value to the organization? How is it targeted to be of…

Aiming at the Credentialed Professions

Lawyers. Accountants. Doctors. Pilots. Architects. All of these professions require credentials, and all of these credentials require some form of continuing education to keep that credential current. Why do all of these count their training…

Learning Now TV features Framework

This month’s episode of LearningNow.TV features an interview with the Project Coordinator for the Digital Learning Asset Framework, Sam Rogers. Tune in from noon to 1pm Pacific time on Thursday to watch it streaming live. [Update:…