ID Reading Conglomeration

Hi. I was looking for some things to read to better keep up with the world of instructional design. Found one massive list, so posting selections from that list and the comments on that post, as well as others… ha. There’s no rhyme or reason to any of this, yet, but feel free to click through and comment w/other suggestions. I’ll try to come back and organize at some point :).

I may have bit off more than I can chew, so help part it down, I left off [most] blogs who’s most recent entries were a ways back:

  1. Ten Steps to Complex Learning (book)
  2. Complex Learning, Step by Step (blog entry)
  3. Writing Training Materials That Work: How to Train Anyone to Do Anything (book)
  4. First Things Fast (book)
  5. Job Aids and Performance Support (book)
  6. Oh dear… 30 top online resources for instructional designers to keep up with (blog entry)
  7. G’s View of the World (blog)
  8. Big Dog, Little Dog (blog)
  9. bozarthzone (blog)
  10. Cammy Bean’s Learning Visions (blog)
  11. Discovery Through Elearning (blog)
  12. elsua.net – A Knowledge Management Blog: Thinking Outside the Box
  13. Elearning Leadership Blog
  14. E-Learning Curve Blog
  15. ID and Other Reflections (blog)
  16. Information is Beautiful (blog)
  17. E-learning and the Science of Instruction (book)
  18. Michael Allen’s Guide to E-Learning (book)
  19. Design for How People Learn (book)
  20. Gagdets, Games and Gizmos for Learning (book)
  21. The Conditions of Learning and Theory of Instruction (book)
  22. Training Complex Cognitive Skills (book)
  23. The Design of Everyday things (book)
  24. E-Learning by Design (book)
  25. What Every Manager Should Know About Training (book)
  26. The Non-Designer’s Design Book
  27. Blueprints for Complex Learning: the 4C/ID Model (pdf)
  28. …Forget What You Know About Instructional Design and Do Something Interesting (book)
  29. Instructional Design for Elearning (book)
  30. Instructional Desgin, 2nd Ed. (pdf)
  31. Don’t Make Me Think (book)
  32. Lessons in Learning, E-Learning and Training (book)
  33. Designing World-Class E-Learning (book)

That’s all for now. My current professional interest is in this list, somewhere… I haven’t honed it into a particular couple of words, and it’s slightly different but also very similar to the work I hope to be doing, soon, so I don’t want to introduce confusion somewhere, either :D. If you have other suggestions for good books/blogs/recent or not-so-recent articles, please post in the comments. Gracias.

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