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Digital Devices, Digital Brains

Digital Devices, Digital Brains

Are you curious about the impact of interfacing with digital devices? Do you want to know what researchers think about the brains of multitasking teens? What do you know about the implications of technology on attention span, and how it changed during the past decade?

Knowledge Resources and Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) Announce Alwyn Klein of MTN as the Chief Learning and Development Officer of the Year Award Winner for 2014

Knowledge Resources and Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) Announce Alwyn Klein of MTN as the Chief Learning and Development Officer of the Year Award Winner for 2014

Knowledge Resources, a leading knowledge provider to the world of work, established the Chief Learning and Development Officer of the Year Award in 2013. This award was established to recognize and honor a learning and development professional who had demonstrated excellence, implemented innovative practices, and made a significant contribution to the learning and development profession in South Africa.

Register for a Workshop & Take Advantage of Your Time In Indy

Register for a Workshop & Take Advantage of Your Time In Indy

ISPI has a stellar line up of workshops being offered April 11-13, 2013, in Indianapolis, Indiana, at THE Performance Improvement Conference. As you know, our circle of performance improvement professionals have a lot to offer to those in the field. This is your opportunity to enhance your knowledge and enjoy a day or two of learning and networking with some of the best and brightest in the profession.

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Evaluation: The Link Between Learning and Performance

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Evaluation: The Link Between Learning and Performance

“You can’t improve it if you can’t measure it” (Lord Kelvin, 1883). Managers need information with which to make decisions. Systematic evaluation of efforts and results will not only provide this information but also encourage improved performance. Although evaluation has always had a place in instructional design and performance improvement, few programs are systematically evaluated to see if participants change their behavior (Level 3) or if individual and organizational performance (Level 4) was actually improved.