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eLearning Blogs

Is e-learning an important part of your institution’s strategic plans? It’s certainly a big, fairly new puzzle piece in the infrastructure for schools, colleges and universities. Sometimes it’s the primary mode as with certain types of distance education and other times it is used in a blended manner.
Anyway, here’s a few useful lists:
Top 10 elearning blogs (Really 14 if you’re counting)
Clive on Learning
Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development
e-Clippings (Learning As Art)
eLearning Technology
Harold Jarche
The Learning Circuits Blog
Informal Learning Blog
Learning Matters!
Stephen’s Web ~ OLDaily
Big Dog, Little Dog
e-Training in the Trenches
In the Middle of the Curve

The 19 Best Elearning Blogs

Tony Karrer’s eLearning Technology
Harold Jarche
Kevin Kruse’s E-Learning Guru
Learning TRENDS by Elliott Masie
Internet Time Blog
Dave Mozealous
Online Learning Update
George Siemens’ elearnspace
Connectivism Blog
Breakthrough eLearning
Jenna Sweeney’s Corporate Training & e-Learning Blog
Robin Good’s MasterViews International
Indezine PowerPoint Blog
Learning Circuits Blog
Corporate eLearning Development
E-Learning Queen
Stephen’s Web
Either way, a link to these blogs or an aggregated blog feed on a library page might help position you as a great partner for learning site development.
Here’s some ideas (managing your RSS feeds) for that.

Posted on: February 28, 2007, 5:57 am Category: Uncategorized

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  1. Terry Johnson said

    I’m guessing the fine folks at Vista Equity don’t read your blog. Have you been able to explain what a lighthouse thinker does? Based on the blog postings I think it’s writing synopsis of others content and passing it off as deep thought.
    Naw! No deep thought. Just links as anyone can tell. It’s like making nasty comments and passing it off as wit. Nice to hear from you again.