Teaching online can seem difficult, but there are simple strategies that you can use to create amazing learning experiences for your students.

*Originally published on Joel’s blog.

Are you a teacher or trainer that has had to adapt to teaching online? In higher education, corporations, and K-12 settings, nearly every instructor has been forced to teach remotely, and this opportunity will certainly continue into the future.

Teaching online can seem difficult, but there are simple strategies that you can use to create amazing learning experiences for your students. Our award-winning instructional design team at Franklin University has worked with hundreds of faculty members at universities all over the world. …


Innovation, competition, and globalization put constant pressure on you and on the organizations you serve. Add the global pandemic to that list and it is clear that you must constantly learn and grow to stay relevant and competitive. 2021 will likely include more challenges for you and the organizations you serve, and those challenges will come with opportunities for growth, contribution, and success.

Become an Expert

To remain competitive in this environment, you must continually develop yourself, and one powerful way to set yourself apart is to become an expert in your field. But, how can you become an expert…


The world is constantly changing, and as a learning professional (or any other professional!) your role is constantly evolving. To remain creative and competitive, it is crucial that you change, adapt and grow. The most effective, successful professionals are constantly learning, they take the time to apply what they have learned, and they continually work to improve themselves.

To remain relevant and have a positive impact in your profession, you must continually acquire and expand your knowledge and skills to improve yourself in your craft. In this article, I will share (1) how to build your foundation for professional development…

Joel Gardner, PhD

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