Post #4: Self-inventory & Looking Forward in HPT

Post #4: Self-inventory & Looking Forward in HPT

Self-Inventory and Looking Forward At the end of the EDCI-528 course, I’d define Human Performance Technology as a learning design field focused on close collaboration with partners to design and deliver easy-to-follow organizational and technical roadmaps to...

Post #3: Speaker Reflection #2

Post #3: Speaker Reflection #2

Speaker Reflection: Bud Benscoter As part of EDCI 528, I watched a pre-recorded presentation delivered by Dr. Bud Benscoter to students of my program. Bud is the owner of GMB Performance Group, which specializes in human performance improvement and training. He...

Post #2: Speaker Reflection #1

Post #2: Speaker Reflection #1

Speaker Reflection: Amanda Borosh During the third week of EDCI-528, I watched a presentation delivered via Zoom by Amanda Borosh to students of our Learning Design and Technology program. Amanda is a Ph.D. student in LDT, with experience in the Special Education...

Post #1: HPT Goals & Expectations

Post #1: HPT Goals & Expectations

What do you think Human Performance Technology entails? Human Performance Technology (HPT) involves fixing issues and gaps in performance and compliance in the workplace with research-based technical solutions. HPT aims to serve the mission and values of organizations...

About Brian

About Brian

Introduction Hi all! I’m Brian. I’m a student enrolled in the Learning Design and Technology program at Purdue University, pursuing my second Master's degree. The purpose of this blog is to document my exploration of Human Performance Technology (HPT), as part of the...

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Post #3: Speaker Reflection #2

Post #3: Speaker Reflection #2

Speaker Reflection: Bud Benscoter As part of EDCI 528, I watched a pre-recorded presentation delivered by Dr. Bud Benscoter to students of my program. Bud is the owner of GMB Performance Group, which specializes in human performance improvement and training. He...

Post #2: Speaker Reflection #1

Post #2: Speaker Reflection #1

Speaker Reflection: Amanda Borosh During the third week of EDCI-528, I watched a presentation delivered via Zoom by Amanda Borosh to students of our Learning Design and Technology program. Amanda is a Ph.D. student in LDT, with experience in the Special Education...

About Brian

About Brian

Introduction Hi all! I’m Brian. I’m a student enrolled in the Learning Design and Technology program at Purdue University, pursuing my second Master's degree. The purpose of this blog is to document my exploration of Human Performance Technology (HPT), as part of the...