I hope you like the new website. It’s part of my plan to reinvigorate my work. It was built in a day with the delightful Jamie at PootlePress on his WordPress Xpress option and it features the wonderful illustrations of the talented Aysha Tengiz. Find more of her work on her blog: firstname.lastname@example.org. I should […]
In this post, I’m going to take a look behind the scenes and scrutinise the process of consultation and collaboration that takes place between me and my specialist nurse subject experts. I want to do this because this is the part of my work that no-one sees and I hope that, by making it visible, […]
I have just been awarded my Moodle Course Creator Certificate. Yay! This is the end of three years’ work and I’m delighted. What is the Moodle Course Creator Certificate? The Moodle Course Creator Certificate (MCCC) demonstrates that you have achieved a standard of practice in using Moodle to create courses. The content of the certification […]
Creating online learning means collaborating with subject matter experts – SMEs in the jargon of elearning. If you frequent the elearning discussion boards, you’d be forgiven for thinking that SMEs are the thorn in the side of elearning authors and developers. There are countless discussions about how to ‘manage your SMEs’, about how they do […]
I’ve got a busy month planned for September, added to which I have signed up for the free Coursera course from Stanford University: Human-computer interaction about ‘human-centred design skills. Here’s the trailer for it – there’s still time to sign up!
I’ve enrolled on a course with Google about ‘power searching’ and it’s the end of the first week. Google call it a MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) and I suppose it is in name, but there are ways in which I think it does not qualify. The course is well-designed in an understated way – […]
The Rapid e-learning Blog is one blog I always try to read as it’s a goldmine of useful hints and resources so I couldn’t miss out on hearing Tom Kuhlmann in person this May. Tom gave a day masterclass organised by the Charity Learning Consortium in London on Tuesday 22nd May and joined other presenters […]
I have completed the course with the excellent Ministry of Instructional Design, aka Rob Hubbard, on Rapid elearning Design (ReD). It stretched me out of my comfort zone ( a good thing) and there were times when I was unsure if I would get my assignments done but I’m pleased to say that, with […]