Perceived by some as an industry veteran, (developed my first eLearning course 1992), I have been involved from the beginning of the in the introduction of eLearning (Multimedia, CBT, WBT,etc) to the UKCS Oil & Gas sector. My visual communications experience and eLearning content development knowledge has led to me developing 5 commercial eLearning authoring and delivery tools.
Size of organisation (employees)
20 - 100
Areas of professional interest
Blended learning, Content authoring and design, Gaming and simulations for learning, Learning management systems and methods, Measurement methods and technologies, Skills assessment and competency mapping, Social Media and learning
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I read your recent post on your recent projectr on pre-assessment and adapting content. This might make a good case study, and wondered if you would be interested in presentin a paper at our forthcoming conference on e-Assessment in Practice, 11-12 November 2009, here at Shrivenham. You can find further details at http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/cds/symposia/ea09.jsp
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There is no EI stand, but we will all be gathering for the ILA talk @ 13:15 in Seminar Theatre 4 - which is within or off the exhibition area. We could meet there or for a drink at the reception. If you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org we can arrange off line.
As may be evident by the number of comments I am leaving with people, I am hoping to use this conference to build a good network from the elearning world. It would be great to say hello to you at the conference if you have a chance. I work with Enterprise Ireland's eLearning team and dozens of Irish eLearning companies. I'll be at the talk by Jonny Parkes from the Irish Learning Alliance (ILA) on integrating social networking in an e-learning world, on Wednesday @ 13:15 in Seminar Theatre 4. It is a brilliant project so come along if you can and say hi.