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March 18, 2012

Article: Information Architecture for Your Learning Catalog

In the last article we talked about how users find information in your learning catalog. In this article, we’ll talk about what you can do to make your learning more findable. We’ll explore the underpinnings of findability in your learning catalog so that you can evaluate changes with a simple framework. In our next article we’ll cover a specific technique, card sorting, as a mechanism for generating catalog structures.

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Article: Two Ways Students Find Training in Your Catalog

“Build it and they will come” is a popular misquote from the movie Field of Dreams and sometimes attributed to Theodore Roosevelt (related to the construction of the Panama Canal) but wherever it started, it’s a common belief when it comes to creating websites, businesses, and unfortunately, training. In order for students to get value from your learning materials, they must first find them. Findability precedes usability and thus learning.

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