The eLeanring Manifesto Instigators

While I wasn’t able to fully participate in the Google + hangout on March 13th 2014 (see http://google.com/+ElearningmanifestoOrg2014/) because I was attending another conference, I was able to participate in the live backchannel via Twitter using the hash, #elearningmanifesto. Thankfully they also recorded the session which can be found on YouTube:

The “instigators” of this movement are:

What an amazing group of professionals in the field of Instructional Design and eLearning that banded together to cause some “disruption” to the current state of eLearning. I highly suggest checking out their main site, eLeanringManifesto.org reviewing the manifesto and becoming a signatory.

Follow me over the next week or so as I try to highlight my personal take a ways from this event.

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About DaveHallmon

With experience in web, graphic, and instructional design, Dave maintains a balance between what is efficient and effective in every message. He always focuses on the why and how rather than "just doing it" to get the job done. By day he works at a leading university designing online courses that support 9,000 students in 64 countries. He works directly with faculty to brainstorm, design, and develop their online instruction utilizing the Adobe suite. He also teaches for the university as an adjunct faculty member in the area of web design. By night he is a devoted husband, father, freelancer, and adventurer of the outdoors. His other interests include LifeHacker, Science Fiction and Hayao Miyazaki movies, Settlers of Catan, and coffee with friends. He currently lives in St. Louis and has an M.S. in Instructional Design and aspires to pursue a professional degree in content marketing and strategy. Visit the links below for more information about his interests and design work.
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