A few weeks ago I was contacted by Christopher Pappas via e-mail and he asked if I would be interested in contributing to an eBook he was putting together. I’ve been fortunate that Christopher’s eLearning Industry website has published a few articles that I’ve submitted over the past few months. At the time I didn’t know who else had been asked to contribute but I was thrilled that he asked me and of course I said yes!
I’d never been asked to do anything like this before so I put some time into thinking about the question, which was:
What are the most effective uses/tips to become an eLearning pro?
My tips are based on my experiences and what I’ve learned during my career to date as well as advice that I’ve been given that has served me well. I was also really pleased to see another Aussie, Ryan Tracey the E-Learning Provocateur giving some great advice in his post. In fact, all of the contributors have something to offer and while I didn’t know all of them there were several who I look up too and it was an honour to be included in this eBook with them.
I realise I still have lots more to learn but it’s good to know that through my blog and being involved with projects like this, I can share what I know, learn from others in the field and also assist new designers who are keen to improve their own practice.
To find out what I submitted, click on the image below which will take you to the eBook:
Here are the links to my other posts published on the eLearning Industry website:
I hope you find some value in the eBook and the posts.
I’d also like to thank Christopher for asking me to participate in the eBook and for publishing my posts, I appreciate the support.