- save time from making your own research to find the e-Learning professionals on Twitter,
- have the chance to communicate directly with the e-Learning professional-(s) you want and discuss issues of your concern,
- keep your self up-to-date by reading the tweets of the experts in the e-Learning field. Continue reading
I encourage you to click on the links below and read the posts you find that match your interests and needs. By doing so, you will:
- Keep yourself up-to- date with the new software, technologies, and trends relative to corporate e-learning and e-learning in general.
- Find answers to difficulties you may have regarding the implementation of corporate e-learning.
- Learn from the experts!
- Get new ideas and tips!
► 141 TOP eLearning and Workplace Learning Blogs – Read more – http://ow.ly/4I0Wn
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Multimedia Learning by David Anderson
The blog focuses on e-Learning design and development. You should definitely visit the Multimedia Learning blog. (Update 11/27/2010: suggested by Christopher Pappas )
aLearning Blog by Ellen Behrens
The alearning Blog is the brainchild of Ellen Behrens, who has been working in online education for seven years, association learning for more than a couple, and adult learning for more than twenty years. After working for a Web company that developed learning management systems and created custom elearning for corporate clients, Ellen escaped to the non-profit world where she led her trade association into online learning. Under her guidance, the association was able to offer its first asynchronous Web-delivered course, and its first synchronous Webinar. (Update 11/24/2010: suggested by alearning)
Tagoras Blog (Tagoblog) by Jeff Cobb & Celisa Steele
The blog focuses on an ongoing stream of resources related to learning strategy, marketing, and technology. (Update 11/24/2010: suggested by alearning)
Pinched Head Blog by Rick Maranta & Nancy Woinoski
In this blog, you will find short articles and tutorials that will help you understand a little more about the world of eLearning. (Update 11/23/2010: suggested by Nancy Woinoski)
eLearning Pulse is an independent online community focused on serving learning and technology professionals, from instructional designers to software developers to project managers. This site provides free resources to the eLearning development community, including news, job postings, and more. (Update 11/22/2010: suggested by Jeff)
The eLearning Coach by Connie Malamed
The eLearning Coach covers actionable strategies, practical content, personal reviews and resources to help instructional designers and e-Learning professionals to design, develop and understand online learning. Also, Connie is member of the Instructional Designers & E-Learning professionals’ group on LinkedIn – Group Join Link
Learning Ecosystems by Daniel S. Christian
The Learning Ecosystem covers e-learning as well as other topics from the K-12, higher education, and corporate training and development spaces.
Mozealous by Dave Mozealous
Mozeaulous.com focuses on Articulate technology and user experience related topics.
Breakthrough eLearning by Rick Nigol
Rick focuses on how to break through some of the barriers that prevent the achievement of excellence in e-Learning.
Learning Circuits Blog
The LC Blog is a community feature that Learning Circuits launched in 2002. The main feature of the LC Blog is its Question of the Month, which hones in on a priority topic facing learning professionals. Anyone–and everyone–can contribute to the LC Blog.
e-Learning Post by Maish R Nichani
The goal of this blog is to explore news, views and stories around corporate learning, community building, instructional design, knowledge management and more.
Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development by Brent Schlenker
Brent explores the crossroads of Technology and Learning.
I Came, I Saw, I Learned by Kevin Siegel
The content focuses on eLearning, mLearning, social media, and how-to articles for Captivate, Camtasia, FrameMaker, Acrobat, RoboHelp and PowerPoint.
E-Learning Queen by Susan Smith Nash
E-Learning Queen focuses on distance training and education, from instructional design to e-learning and mobile solutions, and pays attention to psychological, social, and cultural factors. The edublog emphasizes real-world e-learning issues and appropriate uses of emerging technologies.
Corporate Training & e-Learning Blog by Jenna Sweeney
This blog covers the latest news, thoughts, trends, reports, and links focused on learning, instruction and e-Learning in today’s corporate world.
Stephen’s Web by Stephen Downes
Founded in 1995, Stephen’s Web is best described as a digital research laboratory for innovation in the use of online media in education. More than just a site about online learning, it is intended to demonstrate new directions in the field for practitioners and enthusiasts.
Mobilemind by Tom King
Mobilemind focuses on mobile computing and e-Learning.
Harold Jarche is not afraid to challenge conventional wisdom. Through his blog and consulting practices, people look to Harold for innovative ideas on business, technology, social networks and learning.
Online Learning Update by Ray Schroeder
The Online Learning Update blog has been published daily since early in 2001. It is intended to provide a scholarly chronicle of the development of the technology, pedagogy and practice of online learning at all levels of education.
e-Learning Curve by Michael Hanley
Michael Hanley’s blog covers topics such as e-learning, web-based e-learning, technology in education, e-learning tools, learning 2.0 (blogs and podcasts), & continuous professional development.
MinuteBio by Jeffery Goldman
This blog is to share opinions, tips, and resources on e-learning, m-learning, and the tools used to design and develop high quality courses.
Making Change by Cathy Moore
In this blog, you’ll find practical ideas that will help you create lively, powerful e-Learning for adults in the business world.
e-Learning Acupuncture by Eric A. Tremblay
The blog focus on experiences and random thoughts about e-Learning, distance education and Educational Technology.
- 50% of Facebook’s active users log on to Facebook in any given day.
- Average user is connected to 80 community pages, groups and events.
Some of them are your learners and they know how to use Facebook effectively! Using Facebook for e-Learning could inspire many of our students to learn. As a result, my question is how can we use Facebook for e-Learning? Continue reading