eLearning is a change that’s sweeping the world of learning. There was a time, not long ago, when you met educated people who gave you a blank stare when you mentioned eLearning. Now it’s almost impossible to find people with credentials quirking an eyebrow when you tell them that you create content for e-Learning. Everyone has heard of it – yet, its expansion is far from over. It still hasn’t completely conquered the audience’s respect – and it is so because most of what we see as eLearning isn’t eLearning in spirit.
Through the posts that I include in this section, I’ll try to help the readers understand the character of eLearning and connect with its soul.
This section features:
- The Composer of eLearning Content – The Programmer
- The Silent Magician of eLearning – The Graphic Designer
- The Language Editor – Ironing out the Wrinkles
- Instructional Design Reviewer – The Unsung Hero of eLearning Development
- The Apparently Omnipotent Instructional Designer (The ID)
- The Mysterious Subject Matter Expert (The SME)
- An Enigma called the e-Learning Project Manager
- The Creators of an e-Learning Course
- The Elements of an e-Learning Course
- e-learning for Corporate Skill-building – The Challenges
- e-learning for Corporate Skill-building – The Possibilities
- Corporate e-Learning – Mythology, Ideology, and Reality
- E-Learning – An Introduction: The Changing form of e-Learning