Quinnovation uses a wide variety of models as tools to help solve problems. There are lots of reasons to do so, the primary one being that models are powerful tools. We use others, but we also create our own when necessary. Note that these aren't all we use, nor the only way we use them. Regardless, here are some of the models we have created:

Learning Strategy Framework

This model is one way to think about what Quinnovation does, moving organizations up the eLearning Value Network. It was the basis for the eLearning as Strategy (PDF) chapter in Michael Allen’s 2009 eLearning Annual.

Cognitive Apprenticeship

This model is based an enhanced version of Cognitive Apprenticeship, and is one tool to think about improving traditional instructional design.

Supporting Learners

This is the model we call Design For Doing. It was the basis for the Learning at Large (PDF) article. It's useful for thinking beyond learning 'events' and taking a performance focus.

Learning Context

This model is useful in terms of thinking in a broader picture about the context we are designing for. Professor John Ittelson of CSUMB calls it an 'environmental scan'. It's one of the ways to think about broadening our channels.

Content reuse

This is about how we can resuse content, it's a way of being more integrated in our development.

Intelligent Architecture

And this final model is one way to think about what it would take to make a pro-active system for learning.

There's more (Clark’s diagrams regularly appear in the blog), but this should give you an idea of the resources we bring to bear.