Tony Karrer says I "exemplify smart blogging as a personal learning mechanism"... plus, he list some great blogs that I didn't know about, which will promptly go into my RSS reader. The sad thing is, it's been a month and a half since my last post... and I actually got two response to my previous post, which I didn't know about. The reason for the delay, is quite simply - work. We're currently rolling out a big new program, with multiple course modules. Actually, we had already finished it... but the boss didn't like them, and we had to re-make all of the modules.
In response to the comments from my last post (if anyone is still reading), I'm looking for stats to show my bosses that eLearning 2.0 (or whatever) is the way to go. Maybe a study that shows how learning retention is increased when the student becomes a "creator" in the learning process. Or something else along those lines. I wish I could be more specific, but the problem is - I'm not exactly sure what I'm looking for. Since my last entry, I haven't really had a chance to even think about it again.
Well... time to get back to work. And thanks to Tony Karrer for the mention!