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Big Ideas: Interpolated Learning (Knowledge Checks)

Remembering to develop ourselves is just as critical as developing others.  With that in mind, from time-to-time when I encounter something new or something that makes me stop and think, I like to think out loud with you.  Today, let’s think about interpolated learning.  In our context as learning and development professionals, interpolation is...

Taming that Inbox

Does your email inbox feel like it’s a beast out of control?  I feel that way about my inbox every now and then.  Because an out-of-control inbox can make me feel like I’m letting my professional life get out of control, I have at least a few self-help organizational books on the shelf.  While...

Webinar: Learning in the Modern Workplace

If you are an ILTA member, please join us in our December product briefing. Session Title: Learning in the Modern Workplace Date/Time: December 14th, 5pm GMT/12pm EDT Register Here The speed of change in business has dramatically reduced the time to competency in the modern workplace. Today a firm’s technical knowledge and capability is...

The “Perfect” Blended Learning Program for Lawyers

There is a push for lawyers to learn how to use technology. But lawyers, really all legal professionals, are increasingly overwhelmed by work and distracted by constant interruptions. Recent research from Bersin by Deloitte suggests that corporate learners only have 1% of the work week to devote to training. If there isn’t time for...

2015 ILTA Product Briefing: Engaging Users and Marketing Technology Skills

Session Title: Engaging Users and Marketing Technology Skills Date: Monday, August 10th 2015 Time: 5pm BST / 12pm EST / 11am CST Register: Register Me Now or go to: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6015170097867727362 (Space is limited, so please register now to ensure a spot at the event.) Session Description: Are you struggling to change your training methodology...

Big Ideas: Flipped Assessment

Historically assessment has not been seen as a positive event. But it doesn’t have to be a negative. Consider new assessment strategies that place the learner in control. Flipped assessment is a term to go along with the flipped classroom but its roots are from a real assessment strategy – “formative assessment.” Formative assessment is...

Mac: Is it replacing Windows in law firms?

As the creators of the Legal Tech Audit/Law School Edition and in working with law students to increase their technology skills, we have found that a high percentage of students own and prefer to work on a Mac. They do not work in a Windows environment at all. We were curious about what students...

Defining the Business Reasons for Your Next Training Plan

When you are developing a new course or developing new training plans, do you take time to define the business need before you jump in and starting listing the learning objectives? We often start focusing on the training and solution before gaining a clear understanding of the business problem that we are trying to...

When is an Assessment not an Assessment…

…when it’s actually a knowledge check or quiz! Let us explain. We like to think here at Team TutorPro HQ that we have a half-decent sense of humor, or that we can at least spot a good pun when we see it. However this subject is no joke! In application and software training there...