My History of Live Blogged Notes

When I attend webinars or participate in online courses and conferences, I usually live blog my notes. That helps me remember what I attended and what I learned, and it lets me share that knowledge with others. In a recent discussion about how I have learned about instructional design without getting a master’s degree, someone asked me what courses and webinars I’ve attended. Because I have done so much live blogging, I was able to provide proof of my ongoing professional development efforts. These posts go back to 2007, so some of the content and references are dated. Generally newer posts are at the top of each category.

Storytelling and Scenario-Based Learning

Synchronous Learning

 Attention and Motivation

Trends and Future Predictions

Games and Simulations

LMSs and Other Tools

Learning Communities

Other Topics

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1 thought on “My History of Live Blogged Notes”

  1. Thank you for this wealth of information, Christy! Even though I don’t create Elearning courses, as a voice-over professional, I am involved in the process (usually at the end when the course is almost complete), and I’m interested in learning about the variety of techniques used by different IDs. I look forward to clicking through to many of your blog links to learn more about the process. The couple that I’ve already read were fascinating! With so many ideas to implement, I can see how creating courses is a very tricky job. I’m glad to be on the audio recording side of things! We have our challenges and tricks, too, of course. 😉 I find that understanding about where you are coming from in your process can be helpful to my process, too. Thanks again!

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