EP011: TLDC UK Meetup Recap

How was the 2018 TLDC UK Meetup?

On June 21st 2018 TLDC hosted the first (of many?) meetup in the United Kingdom. Cara, despite having her luggage in limbo for a wee bit (#WheresCarasBag), made it to London to attend along with Jo Cook of Lighbulb Moments and former guest of the show Bethany Taylor.

The evening event was sponsored by GoodPractice who we want to congratulate on 100 episodes of their great podcast.

Lastly, happy birthday to Cara today and a belated to Jo as well!

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EP 010: L&D Podcasting – A Year Later

A Look Back on Our First Year

In this special unconventional episode, Joe and Cara reflect on their first year of podcasting and talk about what’s in store for the future episodes of Instructional Redesign podcast.

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EP 009: Instructional Design Challenges

Instructional Design Challenges

You know you’ve said it at least once, “I wish I had time to build ______”  So why aren’t we taking more time to build and experiment? Cara and Joe discuss Cara’s Instructional Design 6 Week challenge (#id6wc) and explore the value of building instructional design products.


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EP 007: Personal Learning Networks

The Lost Episode on Personal Learning Networks

Before the Instructional Redesign Podcast launched in 2017, Cara and Joe recorded a trial run to practice having a conversation over Skype, test recording options, and refine editing techniques. The goal was the see if everything came together as something worth listening to.

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EP 006: Bethany Taylor

Interview with Bethany Taylor

We recently spoke with Bethany Taylor, a junior instructional designer at eCom Scotland. We met Bethany through the Training Learning and Development Community and we thought it would be great to chat with her because she’s newer in the field and has some fascinating perspectives on the anthropology of learning. In this episode, we discuss culture of learning, perspectives from someone newer in the industry, and challenges around learning design.

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EP 005: Jeff Goldman

Interview with Jeff Goldman

We recently had a chat with Jeff Goldman, eLearning Developer for John Hopkins Health Systems. Jeff
has had a prolific career in learning and development spanning more than 20 years. In this episode
he shares his background, how he approaches working out loud, and reasons why he loves working in
learning and development.

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EP 004: Games – Part 1

How Games Influence Design

This is part 1 in a series on how games influence instructional design. We get nostalgic in this episode about video games going as far back as Oregon Trail and as recent as Assassin’s Creed Origins.

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EP 003: Joseph Suarez

Better Know a Host – Joseph Suarez

eLearning Developer by day and freelance eLearning developer by night. Joe Suarez reflects on his decade of experience related to instructional design, explains how he became a well rounded learning professional, and shares his perspective on the current state of the learning & development (L&D) industry.

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