Consider Audio for Learning

In the March 2014 issue of T+D magazine, I argued that learning professionals will increasingly need to add the skill of media production to their professional toolkit in the coming years.

Training executives won’t seek only staff with superb classroom or virtual classroom facilitation skills.  They’ll search for professionals who can quickly create engaging media to make learning available anytime, anywhere, and for anyone.

The problem is that many people think of video when we talking about media.  However, audio also offers amazing opportunities to extend learning beyond the classroom.

CLICK HERE to read more in a posted I wrote for ATD’s website.


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