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Comment on Webinar: 3 ways to motivate learners by Cathy Moore

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 22:01:50 +0000

Hi Curt, thanks for freeing up a seat. I've cancelled your registration. There should also have been a link to cancel in the email you received when you registered.



Comment on Webinar: 3 ways to motivate learners by Curt

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 19:36:43 +0000

Trying to withdraw from the webinar so I am not taking up an unused seat. Any help is appreciated!



Comment on Webinar: 3 ways to motivate learners by Cathy Moore

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 12:20:34 +0000

Hi Ryan, the webinar will be recorded and posted in the blog.



Comment on Webinar: 3 ways to motivate learners by Ryan McInnes

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 12:12:04 +0000

It looks great, will it be available afterwards anywhere? I'm not free on 16 January. Thanks



Comment on Action mapping book now available by Cathy Moore

Tue, 12 Dec 2017 14:46:41 +0000

Jeff, thanks for your feedback. I hope the book continues to be helpful.



Comment on Action mapping book now available by Jeff Stolz

Tue, 28 Nov 2017 20:36:18 +0000

Cathy, Thank you for this terrific book! I have always been a huge fan of your blog and familiar with the Action Mapping technique from e-book but I feel like I hit the jackpot with MAP IT!. It's the perfect book for the current work environment where you have to where so many hats. I recently received the book so I'm only half-way through but it couldn't be more timely. I'm applying the model to current projects as I read it and your detailed content, job-aids and providing the different scenarios that can occur between stakeholders, SMEs, etc...are priceless. Thank you!!



Comment on Action mapping book now available by Cathy Moore

Tue, 28 Nov 2017 16:44:24 +0000

Zsolt, thanks for your kind words! Your cards sound like a great idea.



Comment on Action mapping book now available by Zsolt Olah

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 02:11:19 +0000

Thank you so much for finally binding your words in a book! Now I can point people to a book that walks them through action mapping end-to-end. I created cards for each obstacle type, and I'm using with clients in the discovery phase. Little tangible things sometimes make a big difference to keep them focused!



Comment on What’s the real cost of eye candy? by Colin Geissler

Mon, 13 Nov 2017 07:26:15 +0000

Hi Cathy, I have never used Twine to create branching scenarios but have done them the old-fashioned way in the past. To create a paper-based presentation, you can use cross-referencing in Microsoft Word to make it a little less painful (at least you don't need to keep track of page numbers). I have put together a 7-page example and shared it on dropbox at https://www.dropbox.com/s/cluv47rxew1gzeh/Branching%20Scenarios%20in%20MSWord.docx?dl=0



Comment on How to respond to “Make one course for everyone” by Brock Westover

Sun, 12 Nov 2017 20:02:02 +0000

Cathy, I really enjoyed your post. You mentioned a few things that really struck me. I am currently in a Masters program for Instructional Design at Walden University. I am in my second class and am enjoying what I am learning. I have always enjoyed training and that is why I choose this career path. What you said that really struck me was when you mentioned that our learners are not in school, they are on the job. I really think this is something that we must always remember when presenting a training. We aren't just giving them information that can be forgotten. This information is to help them do better at the their jobs in one way or another. I think if we focus on that, when we prepare our presentation, we will find better ways to help our leanrers actually learn and be able to implement what we have taught. Thank you for sharing! Brock Westover