Learning Blogs that LINGOs Members Like – Your Favorites Here?

At the 2011 LINGOs Member Meeting in Seattle, Articulate’s Community Manager Tom Kuhlmann shared his wisdom and Lessons for Learning from a Global Learning Community (his community has approximately 108,000 members!). Among his tips:

  • Make it Easy
  • Curate information
  • Recognize expertise

We will use the LINGOs blog to curate, tag and share some of the wealth of knowledge and expertise from the LINGOs community that is shared in the LINGOs Group on LinkedIn. That group does two of Tom’s three points. It’s an easy way to participate and LinkedIn provides a good way to share and recognize expertise. However, it is not presently easy to search.

This post, complied from the LINGOs Group Discussion on LinkedIn by Penny Whittaker, Freelance Instructional Designer and eLearning Developer, curates the Learning Blogs that LINGOs Members Like.

Blog Name Url Link Recommended by Description of blog
Articulate: Word of Mouth Blog http://www.articulate.com/blog/ Shannon Cavallari And many others Hands down, my two favorite include:  Articulate: Word of Mouth Blog
The Rapid eLearning Blog http://www.articulate.com/rapid-elearning/ Shannon Cavallari,   Ross Coxon And many others Really useful practical stuff for any articulate developer. Penny.
 Jane’s elearning Pick of the Day http://janeknight.typepad.com/ Michael Culligan This is a resource I consult about once every two months to review the many new social media for training tools that seem to emerge on a daily basis.
Clive’s  Blogspot  http://clive-shepherd.blogspot.com/ Cynan Houghton Ross Coxon lots of useful reviews and articles
Hans http://blog.hansdezwart.info/ Cynan Houghton Couple of the favourites in my feedreader are…
Harold http://www.jarche.com/ Cynan Houghton Couple of my  favourites are
Hello my name is blog http://www.hellomynameisblog.com/ Jim Klaas This fellow has worn a ‘Hello my name is” name tag for years and has some real insights into motivating others
 “aconventional” http://www.aconventional.com/ Ross Coxon lots of useful reviews and articles
 The TrainingZone http://www.trainingzone.co.uk/ Ross Coxon lots of useful reviews and articles
Cathy Moore http://blog.cathy-moore.com/   Ross Coxon  lots of useful reviews and articles
The eLearning Coach  http://theelearningcoach.com/ Marian Abernathy Another one I like is Connie Malamed’s “the eLearning Coach” with weekly updates.
 LearnNuggets http://www.learnnuggets.com/  Kelly Meeker Practicalities of building elearning courses
Corporate eLearning Strategies & Development http://elearndev.blogspot.com/ Kelly Meeker  Features new technologies and ideas in the elearning field
eLearning Weekly: http://elearningweekly.wordpress.com Kelly Meeker Featuring some of the key thinkers in the elearning field
elearnspace: http://www.elearnspace.org/blog/ Kelly Meeker Theory of learning and working smart
Aaron Silvers’ Blog: http://www.aaronsilvers.com/ Kelly Meeker How to create communities of practice/learners
OpenSesame http://www.opensesame.com/blog Kelly Meeker  My company’s blog, with lots of practical tips on making effective and engaging elearning experiences  
MindTools www.mindtools.com/   Nick Wright  I like MindTools because it’s a visually attractive website with lots of practical and creative tips and techniques
Bruce Gabrielle’s PowerPoint blog  http://speakingppt.com/Two of my favorite tricks involve on manipulating clip art: http://speakingppt.com/2011/02/16/tip1-icons/ and http://speakingppt.com/2011/02/17/tip2-silhouette/.    Paige Layno Winn I’ve picked up several great design tips for e-learning courses.  I can’t believe I didn’t know about these tricks years ago!

Feel free to post additional blogs that you find particularly useful here, or better yet, in the LinkedIn group (this blog will post there by rss feed a day or so after it is published).

Want to see the presentations and resources shared at the 2011 Member Meeting? Click here.

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