Catching up: the past six weeks of The eLearning Developers' Journal.
I had been posting summaries of each week's articles in The Journal here, but my father became seriously ill in late August and helping him has kept me busier than usual. (Dad's doing much better now.) In the past six weeks, topics and authors have included:
In the coming weeks, we will be addressing such topics as:
I hope you'll join the Guild if you are not already a member. And remember that The eLearning Producer Conference & Expo in San Francisco on November 12 - 14, 2003 is specifically designed for e-Learning designers, developers and managers who work in corporate, academic, or government settings. You are invited to attend even if you aren't a Guild Member or Associate!
What To Do When The Turkeys Are In Charge.
Time pressure is common in most jobs, but it seems to be a standard feature of e-Learning development projects. Without a well-developed, proven set of strategies for dealing efficiently with this, an e-Learning developer will be lost.
Last week I collaborated with three well-known, highly experienced e-Learning developers to put together such a set of strategies. Joe Ganci (Dazzle Technologies), Karen Hyder (Kaleidoscope Training and Consulting), and Chopeta Lyons contributed their favorite things to do when the chips are down. The article will be published in Monday's The eLearning Developers' Journal, and I may post some of the ideas here over the next few weeks.