Monthly Archives: October 2011

What Happens in Vegas, Doesn’t Stay in Vegas

  The eLearning Guild’s DevLearn Conference is happening next week in Las Vegas. Because of business priorities, I can’t go. So, I’m pissed. A Guild conference is a careerlife-sustaining activity. It’s the “power up” charge in the video game right when your character is on fumes (quite like the therapeutic experience of  participating in a weekly #lrnchat). ... Read More
 

OpenSesame – Expert Reviewer

OpenSesame is a marketplace for e-learning content. I beta-tested the product in an extremely restrictive LMS environment. I was very impressed with the ease of setup, and wrote a review of the experience. Since then, I have graciously been offered a role of Expert Reviewer to evaluate the training products offered through the site. I ... Read More