Great share from eLearning Brothers
While I have definitely seen a drop in my workload since graduation in August, I am still just as busy. Fortunately, it is with resume updates, job searching, and interviews. After sending out innumerable resumes and applications, I have been lucky to land around six or eight interviews. It's been very exciting, but also very informative. Each interview has helped to reinforce what it takes to become an instructional designer and the experiences have been invaluable. Not only have my interviewing skills benefitted, but I have also been able to map out areas I need improvement in. Below are some of the most important things I have taken from my instructional design interviewing experiences:
"With the digital revolution enabling people to take learning into their own hands, training providers and in-house L&D teams are under pressure to modernize their approaches or risk becoming ineffective, out-of-touch, or even obsolete. To help you get in sync with modern learners, [Elucidat] pulled together facts and stats from various research papers to create a clear profile."
Profile of the modern learner—helpful facts and stats (infographic) compliments of Elucidat.