There are several concerns surrounding research in the learning and development field, particularly around ignoring or distorting findings. Most commonly, we see this happen due to lack of supporting evidence or ignoring proven science. When sifting through academic research, it’s important to note who and where your sources are coming from to ensure you’re getting quality information.

In Research Review: Evidence-Based Perspectives on Hot L&D Topics, Jane Bozarth has curated a collection of more than two dozen articles that seek to provide more information on specific topics, expose prominent names relevant to differing subjects, and offer well-defined points or opposing views.

This is an excellent way to find out more about the topic and drill down to a finer point or opposing view. These articles aim to shift current thinking on established approaches, provide thought-provoking data points, or offer a new twist to old or ongoing conversations within the space. Popular topics covered include:

  • The effects of Zoom fatigue
  • Software simulations like voiceover
  • The science of workplace instruction
  • Scenario-based learning
  • Games and gamification
  • Cognitive architecture and cognitive load
  • And so much more!

Download your free copy to explore new perspective on common L&D approaches and tools. You might even be surprised by what you find!

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