ATD Announces That "TD at Work" Has Arrived

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Formerly known as "Infoline", monthly how-to publication for trainers gets new name as part of ASTD's rebranding efforts.

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The Association for Talent Development, formerly ASTD, is pleased to announce that its monthly how-to publication "Infoline" has relaunched under a new name, "TD at Work: Tips, Tools & Intelligence for Developing Talent", and introduced new subscriber perks and a digital archive. The launch was marked by the release of the inaugural July issue, “Game Design for Learning”.

"TD at Work" is a subscription-based short format publication for learning and development professionals, trainers, HR practitioners, managers, and coaches. First launched in 1984 as "Infoline", it is recognized as a staple in the talent development space. Written by experts, each single-topic issue of "TD at Work" offers a fully immersive experience in a crucial topic in talent development – from designing e-learning to organizing training events. The new name reflects the utility of the publication’s offering.

“The inaugural issue of 'TD at Work' explains how learning and development professionals can incorporate gaming and game design into their training. Author Stephanie Daul offers concrete advice on how to gain buy-in from stakeholders, analyze your audience, and determine which games will work best,” said Patty Gaul, editor of "TD at Work".

"TD at Work" is more than a rebranding of "Infoline". All former subscribers have been upgraded to one of two new subscription offerings – Monthly All Access ($139/year; $99/year ATD members) and Monthly Digital ($74/year; $49/year ATD members). The All Access Archive is a new subscriber benefit exclusive to Monthly All Access Subscribers, who may use it to search issues dating back to the year 2000. Single issues of "TD at Work" are also available for individual sale.

The rebranding of Infoline to "TD at Work" is part of a broader rebranding effort launched by the Association for Talent Development in May 2014 when the organization announced that it was changing its name from ASTD.

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The Association for Talent Development (ATD), formerly ASTD, is the world’s largest association dedicated to those who develop talent in organizations. These professionals take the knowledge, skills, and abilities of others and help them achieve their full potential.

ATD’s members come from more than 120 countries and work in public and private organizations in every industry sector.

ATD supports the work of professionals locally in more than 125 chapters, international strategic partners, and global member networks.

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