Hi. I’m Jason Norris, a podcast producer and OnTheGo Learning designer. I help make teaching and training mobile so people can learn on the go.
People are busy, distracted, and overwhelmed with the circumstances of life. Yet they still need training to do their work efficiently.
On-the-go learning is a solution to that dilemma.
Check out items in my portfolio below, or learn more about me here.
My portfolio contains examples of microlearning and on-the-go learning. I explain how I use both concepts here.
These are various podcasts and projects that demonstrate my perspective on instructional design with podcasts and supplemental materials.
Designing for OnTheGo Learning
— Behind the Scenes —
Instructional Design Request A church asks for help training volunteers who teach classes in person and online. They have had difficulty persuading them to attend teacher training classes. (more…)
In 2015/2016, only about half the population of the United States (age 12+) was familiar with podcasting. In order to contribute to the knowledge and understanding of podcasting, I created a short course—a podcast primer. (more…)
This is an example of on-the-go microlearning. Designed as an audio podcast first, the focus was on one specific aspect of communication (noise). The episode and article explained how four types of noise can disrupt communication. (more…)