Is Edublogging Back In Fashion?
the daily pressure of a capital B Blog, or the content pressure of a the capital E Essay. Start a new draft post on Monday, dump things in it over the week, rewrite and cull along the way, what’s left gets published on Friday.
I also have been following a blog by an Instructional Designer Zak Mensah, who does a good weekly blog about the sorts of things he’s been up to each week. He says it helps him keep his thoughts organised.
That sounds like a pretty good idea to me. So I’m going to give it a try. I’ll draft things throughout the week and post every Monday morning.
- I managed to add 3 new elements to my online portfolio. The first is a review of Open Source E-learning Tools
- I’ve also added some examples of e-learning documentation to my portfolio, including a project charter and instructional design documentation.
- I’ve been lurking on Reddit for a while now, but I discovered the great Instructional Design community. There are lots of people looking to get into ID there, so I started off a discussion about ID Portfolios, to help new people get into the ID / e-learning industry.
- I decided this week that I’m going to make a start with Articulate’s E-Learning challenges. I’ve been meaning to do it for ages, but now I’m so close to the end of my University of California course, it’s time I got my skates on for some more CPD.