According to Google Analytics, here’s the top content for this blog in 2009. Thanks, as always, for reading and for your insightful contributions. On to 2010…
- Multi-Generational Learning in the Workplace – Message: designing instruction based on a person’s age is not supported by research.
- Role Models in Educational Technology on Ada Lovelace Day – A listing of notable women in the education technology field.
- Instructional Design Law & Order Style – An instructional design model that makes use of a successful television show.
- MyUdutu: One of the best kept secrets in e-learning authoring tools – My review of the web-based authoring tool MyUdutu from Udutu.
- Learning Management Systems that kick ass: Cornerstone on Demand – An interview with Charles Coy, Director of Product Marketing at Cornerstone OnDemand about their LMS. (part of the series on learning management systems)
- Learning Management Systems that kick ass: Mzinga – An interview with Dave Wilkins about what Mzinga is doing with social media.
- (part of the series on learning management systems)
- Rapid (Collaborative) Authoring Tools for developers/SMEs in multiple locations – A listing, from the Brandon Hall Research Authoring Tools KnowledgeBase of rapid, collaborative e-learning authoring tools for creating online courses.
- Learning Management Systems that kick ass: Saba – An interview with Ben Willis at Saba about Saba Social. (part of the series on learning management systems).
- Are you playing the role of the Subject Matter Expert instead of the Instructional Designer? – A mild rant about rapid e-learning tools and roles.
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