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Welcome to the home of ATD Links, our twice-monthly e-newsletter for association members. Each issue includes In Practice articles—pragmatic discussions of how members are applying learning and performance concepts in the field—plus updates on new ATD products and services, news about the association, and occasional interviews.  

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Causes of Poor Learning Programs

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Michael Allen

There are many reasons why organizations settle for boring and ineffective learning programs. More »

Common E-Learning Objections

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People with strong feelings against e-learning have innumerable reasons why they think education through a computer cannot compare to learning in a classroom setting. Here are some of the most common arguments you are likely to encounter against e-learning, as well... More »

Creating a Workflow for Learning Video

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Jonathan Halls

From years both working in and visiting radio and television stations and newspaper companies, I’ve discovered that success stories come not from people fueled by adrenaline, but from those who follow a disciplined approach to production. Here is a workflow that I... More »

Ensuring a Successful Leadership Strategy

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There are several variables that make a leadership strategy successful. More »

Fundamentals of Standard Setting

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Melissa Fein

Standard setting, in the context of criterion-referenced test development, describes the process used to determine the thresholds of minimally acceptable performance levels. More »

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