What did 100 blog posts bring me?

Challenge to Learn

When I started my blog in December 2009 I was curious what it would be like to blog and I wanted to improve my English (I’m still working on that). My blog now has an average of almost a 100 views per day. The fact that you have an audience makes a big difference, it turns your blog from a diary into a publication and most important: you get feedback. I use my blog to try out ideas. Writing on demand.

The Ultimate eLearning Resources Guide

LearnUpon

Hosted by Connie Malamed, an eLearning information, and visual designer, this podcast is all about ‘helping you design smarter learning experiences’. Recommended: How To Plan, Design and Write Tests. eLearning Professionals’ Blogs. Cathy Moore’s blog aims to do just that.

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70-20-10 : No longer applicable to online learning – and here’s why

eLearning 24-7

I mention the conferences because invariably I will information from either a fellow speaker’s mouth, or a vendor or an attendee, that frankly is inaccurate on some level, when it comes to e-learning, WBT and lately LRS. Getting back to 70-20-10 and equally irrelevant in today’s world, “informal” and “formal” learning. I should note that the company (I recall it was a F500), yanked the blog after seeing what was happening.

Blog scraping at HCI? How would you have handled this?

Janet Clarey

I have a Google alert set up for my name and for links to various sites I write for so I can make sure I’m able to comment or <more likely> defend myself. Anyway… I followed the link from the alert to HCI and noticed several blog posts (in their entirety) from this very blog. not scrape the entire blog post) and directs you to the authors site to comment. Share and Enjoy: Tags: Brandon Hall blog scraping