January 2021: Most Popular Downloads and Pages

HPT Treasures is becoming a “go-to” resource to learn about Human Performance Technology. With a catalog of more than six hundred resources that are either stored on the site or linked to another source (such as the videos due to size), you could spend a long time searching for the resources that could have the most value for you. With that in mind, you might wonder what people are downloading and viewing.

For March 2021, we had the following stats:

  • 2,151 page views (excludes downloads)
  • 1,290 visitors
  • 2,345 resource downloads

Top Five Downloads

Number 1: Fifteen Common but Questionable Principles of Multimedia Learning
Richard E. Clark, David F. Feldon, and Soojeong Jeong

Number 2: Behavioral Systems Analysis: Fundamental concepts and cutting edge applications
– Part I Definition and Fundamental Concept
Dale Brethower

Number 3: Behavioral Systems Analysis: Fundamental concepts and cutting edge applications
– Part V Illustrative Applications
Dale Brethower

Number 4: Things My Father Taught Me: Giving Credit to Ogden R. Lindsley

Number 5: The Use of Cognitive Task Analysis To Improve Instructional Descriptions of Procedures
Richard E. Clark, Carla M. Pugh, Kenneth A. Yates, Kenji Inaba, Donald J. Green, and Maura E. Sullivan

Top Five Page Views

Number 1: Why L&D Can’t Learn or Develop

Number 2: “Fast Fixes”​ for Workforce Performance Problems

Number 3:  What Is Performance Architecture?

Number 4:  Thoughts on Teaching HPI at a University

Number 5: Podcast Guest Richard E. Clark Demystifies Decision-Making


Gary is a Leadership Author, Researcher, Consultant, and Podcaster. His latest book, What the Heck Is Leadership and Why Should I Care?, is available in paperback, eBook, and audiobook. His Podcast is Unlabeled Leadership. You can learn more about Gary and his other books at https://www.garyadepaul.com.

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