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Need help navigating the “career” part of being a NEW Instructional Designer or E-Learning Developer? I’m Nyla, a mid-career Instructional designer and I’ve created the podcast to help new instructional designers find their footing. Because doing it on your own can seem daunting at first. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nylalxd/support
 
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Let’s set a baseline definition for what an entry-level, Instructional Design job looks like. Once we’ve established that, then we can manage our expectations for what it means to start new in the field, and what it takes to advance. Then, we will talk about why a job might ask for 2-3 years experience for an entry-level ID job. Then I’ll wrap thin…
 
Hosted by Nyla Spooner Season 1 of the podcast ended abruptly, but for a good reason. Let's chalk it up to 2020. The first episode of season 2 is finally here. Take a look back at the last 18 months, and hear what's in store for the podcast. The upcoming season will focus on career planning and progression with interviews, bonus episodes, and more.…
 
Hey there new IDs. I have a confession. It’s getting increasingly difficult to produce and create these episodes. It’s not because of time, or resources. It’s because the world is on fire and it’s getting to me. I’m giving myself some grace this week and repurposing some content that originally aired on my youtube channel. As I mentioned last week,…
 
A couple episodes ago, I gave you three tips for approaching your Instructional Design Interview: To craft your instructional design philosophy to help you answer the question “tell me about yourself”; Using the STAR method to provide context for your behavioral interview responses, and to quantify your experience using data to back up your accompl…
 
Today’s episode features a guest! I’m going to have a conversation with my friend, mentee, and colleague, Christine Belzie about The Learning and Development Conference. Matthew Richter of the Thiagi group and Dr. Will Thalheimer of Work-Learning Research created The learning and development conference - A pioneering L&D event designed to support h…
 
This week I'm going to talk about the instructional design job search, and how to prepare for interviews including how to leverage your network and other connections. These tips are based on interviews from people who hire instructional designers and from interviewing for design positions myself. Questions, Comments, Concerns? email thenewhereshow@…
 
This week we’re going to talk about how to craft your instructional design philosophy. Once you take time to think about it, you will have a better understanding of how you want to show up in the world as an Instructional Designer, and be confident about your personal instructional design philosophy. Find show notes at www.nylalxd.com/imnewhere Que…
 
In this episode, I answer listener submitted questions about portfolio building, authoring tools, and more. Find show notes for this episode on nylalxd.com/imnewhere Questions/Comments/Concerns? Email the show: thenewhereshow@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nylalxd/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nylalxd/supp…
 
This week’s episode is about race and actionable 'allyship'. It also pays homage to the lives of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and Ahmaud Arbery. I close out the episode talking about ways you can put your instructional design skills into action for a good cause. The content and discussion in today’s podcast will necessarily engage with racism and …
 
This week we’re talking about the theory, process and skills that will help you succeed in your first ID position. When you put everything together I mention in this episode: Knowledge of adult learning theory, principles and frameworks A solid command of the Instructional Design process Basic skills in project management, visual design, and learni…
 
We spent the first couple of episodes talking about the types of instructional designers. I’m being intentional about how I define these roles vs. job titles vs. disciplines, so you have a better grasp on things when you venture out into your job search. Let’s go one step further, into definitions before moving on. Let’s talk about the differences …
 
On Monday, I was laid off. I saw it coming and yet, I was still blown away that this is life right now! So I want to spend this episode sharing my plan for what to do next AND how I’m keeping a positive attitude through it all. I’m also going to show you how you can recession proof your instructional design career. Questions/Comments/Concerns? Emai…
 
In this episode I broke down the different types of instructional designers and what they might be expected to do: - Corporate Instructional Designers vs. Higher Education Instructional Designers - Internal Consultants vs. External Vendors/Consultants - Contract vs. Permanent Thanks for listening to I’m New Here. If you like the show and want to kn…
 
Starting an instructional design career can sometimes feel like you’re the new kid in school, looking for someplace to eat lunch in the cafeteria. But, that’s why I created “I’m New Here!” In this first episode, I’ll talk about how I plan to help new instructional designers, and where to start if you’re interested in becoming an instructional desig…
 
Instructional designers report high job satisfaction, demand above-average salaries, and enjoy good work-life balance. So, if instructional design work aligns with your interests and you feel confident that you can learn the skillset (as discussed in this article), then it’s an excellent career to pursue. I’m Nyla, a mid-career Instructional design…
 
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