Special Guests Lisa Giacumo and Jeroen Breman

October 01, 2018

In today’s TLDCast, Lisa and Jeroen discussed: Designing for a global audience – Cultural considerations in instructional design.

Jeroen Breman is the learning and development coordinator for Grid U, the corporate university of Northwest Lineman College, at their Meridian, ID, campus. His current research interests focus on organizational performance and workplace learning, instructional design, and blended learning solutions in remote learning environments.

Lisa A. Giacumo is an assistant professor of organizational performance and workplace learning in the College of Engineering at Boise State University. Her current research interests are at the intersection of instructional design and workplace learning, including: data-based performance improvement solutions, social and digital media in training and workplace learning, global training initiatives, and competency development in instructional designers.

  1. Lisa and Jereon’s history
  2. Working with World Wildlife Fund Experience
  3. Why Involving Local Instructional Designers is Important
  4. Examples of Instructional Design that takes Culture into account

Links in the chat:

Culture as a Design “Next”: Theoretical Frameworks to Guide New Design, Development, and Research of Learning Environments

Cross Cultural Design References

Cross Cultural Presentation – AETC Nov2015

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