I'm taking a bit of a focussed detour with my blog for a couple of months. I will keep posting about my pet topic of learning, but with the spotlight on online learning. During the next 2 months, I plan to run a series of blogposts called "The Agile Elearning Design Manual". Here's what I promise:
- Weekly blogposts outlining how you can make your elearning design simpler, rapid, effective and learner centered, using Agile development principles.
- A set of tools and techniques that you can bring to your training team to help you be aces at interactive content creation.
- This isn't final, but if I see this blossoming into something really useful, I intend to convert it into an e-book, that's freely available for downloads.
I plan to make my first post on Monday, 8th of June and post weekly updates thereafter. I expect this series to span a couple of months, but I'm not sure yet. As I know more, you'll know as well. The key for me is to find a place where I can share some of the thoughts that are buzzing most loudly in my head these days and I feel having a promised schedule to put these down in writing will make me crystallize some of my disparate thoughts in a better manner. Well, good luck to me for that and I hope the future posts are useful.