Nov 22, 2022
At Mind Tools, we pride ourselves on our ability to create visually rich learning experiences that drive performance. Often, these experiences will include a mix of video, audio, and illustration. But why do these things matter? And how do they serve the outcomes we define with our clients?
This week on The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, Ross D is joined by Tracey, Claire and Alison to discuss the use of multimedia in learning design. We cover:
In WILTW, Tracey described a recent family trip to a model-railway exhibition. A full breakdown of modelling scale standards can be found here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rail_transport_modelling_scale_standards
Claire mentioned the Netflix show A Trip to Infinity: netflix.com/title/81273453
This led her to explore the so-called “coastline paradox”. If you were as befuddled by this concept as Ross D, you can find more information here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coastline_paradox
Alison talked about the ability of dogs to sense when their owners are unwell. You can find more information here: wagwalking.com/sense/can-dogs-sense-if-youre-sick
Ross D recommended the video game Immortality, which is available on Xbox, PC and mobile devices.
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