This week’s We-Learn Wednesday sweets: Visual design, holistic DEI recruiting strategies, Mayer’s 12 Principles of Multimedia, ID skill development conference, coaching with the Urgent Important Matrix, apps from spreadsheets, and building engaging content without digital fatigue.
It’s Wednesdayyyyyy! Enjoy some awesome ID, LXD, and L&D treats to pump up your learning! 🍭🍬🍫
If you have any resources or events you feel would be helpful to the community, be sure to contact me with the details so I can share the goodies with everyone!
Note: Clicking on the titles below will take you directly to the resources being offered. I’ve also included the links in the description, as well as other helpful links.
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The always brilliant Connie Malamed authored a publication on the 24 things learning professionals should know about visual design. Hop on over to The Learning Guild to download it for free!
StartOut presents Diversity Beyond Recruiting: Building Your Holistic DEI Strategy on January 25. Listen to this roundtable of experts, helping you to build an equitable product and culture in organizations.
Another gem from The Learning Guild: the Deepening Your ID Skills Online Conference! It takes place on February 9 and 10, 2022.
I think we can all agree that digital fatigue and unengaging content are very real. Thankfully, NovoEd has created The Guide to Design for Learning: Overcoming Digital Fatigue and Creating Engagement.
Image description: On the left of a black background is the date, January 19, 2021, followed by the seven topics of this week’s resources: apps from spreadsheets, ID skill dev. conference, engaging content, visual design, Mayer’s Principles, Urgent Important Matrix, and holistic DEI recruiting. On the right half is a pale blue light blue bulb with a plant growing inside (the logo for Bela’s website) with yellow dots surrounding it. Beneath is “We-Learn, Weekly ID, LXD, and L&D treats” along with “Bela Gaytan” and “belagaytan.com” in green, coral, and yellow colors.