Critical Inquiry of Lynda.com – Part Two

As part of our group critical analysis assignment for the Royal Roads Masters of Arts in Learning and Technology (MALAT) program, we will be exploring curated video libraries, specifically the video-based education offered through Lynda.com.  My group will approach this modality during our analysis through four key areas including retention, accessibility, implications of abundant content, and the cognitive load effects.  I have chosen to look closely and dive deep into the accessibility (and limitations of accessibility) of video-based education through Lynda.com. Continue reading Critical Inquiry of Lynda.com – Part Two

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Adaptive Leadership

Leadership in a Digital Learning Environment Lead by example and lead from behind.  If I had an ethos to briefly describe my leadership style, that is how I would summarize my approach.  Through motivation and inspiration, I strive to foster autonomy and innovation from the teams I work with.  Often saying “I trust your judgment,” as I push a team member out of the nest … Continue reading Adaptive Leadership