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- How to Conduct a Learning Audit
- eLearning Manifesto's 22 Principles
- Learning Benefits of Questions 2014 Reissue
- Decisive Dozen Research
- How Much Do People Forget?
- Providing Learners with Feedback
- Aligning The Learning and Performance Contexts
- Questioning Strategies for Audience Response Systems
- Measuring Learning Results: Creating Fair and Valid Assessments
- Using Linguistically, Culturally, Situationally, Appropriate Scenarios
- Spacing Learning Over Time
- Triggered Action Planning Job Aid
- Scenario-Based QuestionGeneratorTemplate
- Stakeholder Map
- Course Review Template Updated 2014
- Measurement Best Practices Job Aid
- Situation-Based Learning Design One-Page Audit
- Situation-Based Learnind Design Two-Page Starter Kit
- Situation-Based Learning Design Process
- Learning-Performance Responsibility Chart
- Smile Sheet Good Example and Template
- Building Measurement Into Your Training-Development Plan
- Maximizing Learning with Audience Response Technology
- Outline Guide for Research Summary
Articles and Book Chapters
- If Content Is King, It’s Time to Overthrow the Monarchy!
- Stuck in an E-Learning Box? Try Subscription Learning
- Subscription Learning for Leadership Development
- Learning in Conferences by Michelle Russell, featuring Will Thalheimer
- The Decisive Dozen
- Chapter 41 -- Change Management, Leverage Points, Stealth Messaging
- The Five Failures of Workplace Learning Professionals
- We are Professionals, Aren't We?
- Evaluating e-Learning 2.0: Getting Our Heads Around the Complexity
- The Strange Case of the Transfer of Training Estimate
- People remember 10%, 20%...Oh Really?