LPD

Learning and Professional Development (LPD) is a team of seven professionals with skill sets ranging from K-12 and adult education to graphic design and instructional technology, who share a common passion for developing high fidelity learning opportunities for the 21st century learner.

Happy Holidays!

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As 2016 comes to a close Designed:2:Learn and the Learning and Professional Development team would like to wish you a Happy Holiday and thank you for being apart of our blog and being an avid reader. We enjoy writing for you and keeping you all up to date on Instructional Design material. We are taking a short break for the …

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Happy Holidays!

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As the year comes to a close, Designed:2:Learn and NAU’s Learning and Professional Development team would like to thank you for being a part of our blog here. We all thoroughly enjoy writing for D:2:L and are very thankful that you take time to read it. We will be taking a short break for the holidays, but are looking forward …

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Bloopers 2015

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Not every take in the LPD studio is perfect. And now we’re giving you an inside look at the scenes that didn’t make the cut! Enjoy this year’s blooper reel. Happy April Fools Day!!

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Happy Holidays!

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Season’s greetings from all of us at Designed:2:Learn! May your homes and offices be filled with cheer this holiday season. Thank you for taking the time to visit our blog this year, and we look forward to continuing our exploration of Instructional Design in January! Check back in the new year as we tackle some hot topics and provide useful …

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DevLearn 2014 Wrap Up

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At the end of October, the team of instructional designers from Designed:2:Learn traveled to Las Vegas to attend DevLearn 2014. The goal? To identify trends in the world of eLearning and collaborate with designers from around the country. Here are some quick take-aways from each of our Designed:2:Learn contributors. Steve Montague At DevLearn 2014 I focused on Immersive learning and …

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