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Accessibility by Char James-Tanny

Accreditation by Karan Powell

Adaptive Learning by JD Dillon

Andragogy by Alexandra Pickett

Assessment by Myra Travin

Augmented Reality by Shane Santiago

Behaviorism by Jillian Powers

Blended Learning by Jennifer Hofmann

  • (Hofmann 2018) Blended Learning
    Hoffman, Jennifer. (February 2018). Association for Talent Development. ISBN: 978-1-562860981.
  • (Farah 2019) Blended Learning Built on Teacher Expertise
    Farah, Kareem. (May 2019). Edutopia, George Lucas Educational Foundation.
  • (Gottfredson and Mosher) The 5 Moments of Need
    Gottfredson, Conrad and Bob Mosher. Website with resources describing the training methodology based on five moments of need.

Bloom’s Taxonomy by Joy Adams

Certification by

Coaching by Vincent Han

Cognitive Load by Phylise Banner

Cognitivism by Ashley Reardon

  • (Michela 2018) Cognitivism
    Michela, Esther. (2018). In The Student’s Guide to Learning Design and Research. EdTech Books.
  • (Bates 2019) Cognitivism
    Bates, A. W. (Tony). (2019). In Teaching in a Digital Age. 2nd ed. British Columbia/Yukon Open Authoring Platform. Open source textbook.
  • (Reynolds 2018) Implications Of Learning Theories On Instructional Design
    Reynolds, Jon-Erik. (March 2018). eLearning Industry.

Communities of Practice by Rhoda Deon

Competency-Based Learning by Dan McCann

Constructivism by Karen Swan

Curation by David Kelly

  • (Rosenbaum, 2011) Curation Nation
    Rosenbaum, Steven. (2011). McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN: 978-0071760393.
  • (Rosenbaum 2011) Innovate — curation!
    Rosenbaum, Steven. (2011). TEDxGrandRapids. YouTube video.

Curriculum by Bryan Alexander

Delivery Mode by John Vivolo

Digital Badges by Chris Price

eLearning by Joe Ganci

Engagement by Kassy LaBorie

Evaluation by Alexander Salas

Experiential Learning by Lorraine Weaver

  • (Burch 2019) A Meta-Analysis of the Relationship Between Experiential Learning and Learning Outcomes
    Burch, Gerald F., Robert Giambatista, John H. Batchelor, Jana J. Burch, J. Duane Hoover, and Nathan A. Heller. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education 17, no. 3 (July 2019):239–273. Subscription or paid download required. This journal article analyzes studies that compared experiential learning activities to traditional learning environments and concludes that learning outcomes are greater when experiential pedagogies are used.
  • (Hoessler & Godden 2021) Outcome-Based Experiential Learning
    Hoessler, Caroline, and Lorraine Godden. (2021). Higher Education and Beyond. ISBN: 978-1777626020. This book is an excellent practical guide for anyone involved in setting-up experiential learning. It provides straightforward guidance relating to a process that can be used to structure the experiential learning as well as identifying specific things that stakeholders should discuss.
  • (Kolb & Kolb 2017) Experiential Learning Theory as a Guide for Experiential Educators in Higher Education
    Kolb, Alice Y., and Kolb, David A. Experiential Learning Theory as a Guide for Experiential Educators in Higher Education 1 no. 1, Article 7. (2017):7–44. Downloadable in PDF format.

Feedback by Theresa Hummel-Krallinger

Game-based Learning (GBL) by Marek Hyla

Gamification by Karl Kapp

Heutagogy by Bill Pelz

  • (Eberly 2013) Heutagogy: It Isn't Your Mother's Pedagogy Any More
    Eberly, Jane, and Marcus Childress. National Social Science Journal 28 no. 1 (2007):28–32. While many educators refer to all teaching as pedagogy, this is a term that limits the scope of what teaching can and should be.

Human Performance Improvement by Marjorie Derven

Instructional Design by Dawn Mahoney

Interaction by Patrice Torcivia Prusko

Knowledge Transfer by Jamye Sagan

  • (Training Industry 2013) Knowledge Transfer
    Training Industry. (2013). Overall definition of knowledge transfer.
  • (Spacey 2018) 8 Types of Knowledge Transfer
    Spacey, John. (2018). Simplicable. Great description of various methods of knowledge transfer.

Learner Preference by Cindy Plunkett

Learning Content Standards by Adam Weisblatt

Learning Ecosystem by Catherine Lombardozzi

Learning Environment Modeling (LEM) by Bucky Dodd

Learning Experience (LX) Design by Jessica Knott

Learning Management System (LMS) by Phily Hayes

Learning Objectives by Julie Dirksen

Machine Learning by W. Duncan Welder IV

  • (IBM 2020) Machine Learning
    IBM Cloud Education. (July 2020). An introduction to machine learning, including an overview of history, definitions, applications, and concerns.

Makerspace by Donna Marie Andress

  • (Makerspace-1) What is a makerspace?
    An academic perspective on makerspaces with a great overview and introduction to what a Makerspace is. Includes playbooks and project ideas.
  • (Makerspace-2) Makerspace
    This site has a Makerspace directory and links to Make magazine, Maker Faire events, and Maker Shed kits you can buy to create innovative tech-based materials.

Microlearning by Karin Rex

Online Learning by Jennifer Mathes

Open Educational Resources (OER) by Mark McBride

Pedagogy by Angela Gunder

Personalized Learning by Ragini Lall

Predictive Learning Analytics by Ken Phillips

Problem-Based Learning (PBL) by Ann Musgrove

Scaffolding by Jennifer Staley

Simulation by Neal Rowland

Social and Informal Learning by Jane Bozarth

Virtual Reality by Niall Campion