At the risk of sounding like a Windows 7 commercial, it really is a great time to be a learning technologist. Before I provide Exhibit A of this statement, let me first interject a quick quote to set the context.
For whatever reason, something possessed me a few weeks ago. When asked by a friend and neighbor if I was interested in picking up two Business Communications courses for her, I jumped on the opportunity. Apparently my regular job, part-time
We’re eight years in to the 21st century and we’re still asking what eLearning in the 21st century is/will be. Is it because we’re an ADD society with a short attention span? Or are we still trying to disseminate answers
In Kuwait, women did not have the right to vote until May 2005. Currently, men serving in the military or police are not allowed to vote. In the Dominican Republic, members of the armed forces or national police are not
Ever see that fabulous 80s movie with Elizabeth Shue, Adventures in Babysitting? If you haven’t, I highly advise it for a little nostalgic humor. If you have, then I’m sure you’ve had days, weeks, even months like that. Truly, every
So, last fall, I submitted a speaker proposal for the eLearning Guild’s Annual Gathering out in Orlando (actually going on this week). As I watched their speaker list being updated over the period of a week or so, I saw
An eLearning Program Evaluation Plan. Sounds like normal edu-speak, right? I know I’ve heard similar phrases for years. However, I’ve never been tasked to contribute to an evaluation plan, much less create one. Well, that is until yesterday. As part
Blame Sting for the title. iTunes just randomly picked that song as I was embarking on updating this blog. So, it occurred to me that while this started out as me blogging my way through IIL07 last fall, perhaps I