About Tracy


Tracy King, MA, CAEHi there. I’m Tracy King. Glad you stopped by – we’ve got so much to talk about!

Continuing education is undergoing massive transformation. A kaleidoscope of forces are disrupting business as usual. I study these trends and synthesize insights here so we can meet disruption with design.

I blog for…

The learning leader who instinctively knows there’s got to be a more efficient way to deliver education that will deepen your market reach and impact, you’re right! You’ll be interested in the Strategy thread.

The education professional who is managing live, hybrid, online learning — or the whole mix — and is interested in increasing the speed of your program success, welcome! You’ll be interested in the Portfolio Management thread.

The instructional designer, faculty, PD staffer, or anyone keen on insights for making learning stick, we are kindred souls! You’ll be interested in the Learning Design thread.

I blog about…

…meaningful, memorable, and measurable learning. Stick around for insights into how workforce trends impact learning strategy. For technologies to watch. For learning design tips. For engagement strategies. For EdTech selection and utilization. For inside scoop on my workshops. For free tools. For visual design. For content strategy. For elevating your practice for maximum impact. I watch trends, call out fads, and deliver strategies for stand out learning programs.

I blog because…

I’m passionate about bridging findings from learning science to learning design – about delivering insights from how brains learn to how we develop education. I initially began my study of the learning sciences when I was a college instructor so that I could ensure my methods succeeded more than met blank stares. I’ve designed learning in academic, corporate, and nonprofit CE settings. As Founder and Chief Learning Strategist of InspirEd, I’m in the trenches guiding organizations in developing sound strategy and sustainable practices for delivering transformational learning experiences. I now offer these insights to you, right here.

Let’s make learning matter. Grab some inspiration and join the conversation!