David Kelly is Program Director, The eLearning Guild.
David has been an internal learning and
performance consultant and training director for over 10 years. He has
been a leader in local ASTD chapters, serving as a local board member and
national adviser. Dave is active in the learning community, and can often be
seen speaking at industry conferences and events. In 2011 the eLearning
Council voted him one of the 10 most influential eLearning bloggers for his
blog, Misadventures in Learning. He is also known for his curation efforts,
especially related to conferences and events for learning and performance
Since it was introduced last year, Articulate Storyline has become one of the most popular eLearning rapid-
development tools on the market. The learning curve for Storyline is less steep than for some tools, but
there’s still plenty to learn. Stephanie Harnett’s new book intends to fill that gap. Here’s an expert’s review
of this new guide.
In today’s fast-moving world, if you’re not moving forward, you’re falling behind. This is especially
the learning profession right now. The eLearning Guild’s DevLearn Conference & Expo 2013 is the
to follow the changing tides of our industry and to take control of your growth to keep your skills
Digital curation—filtering content from many online resources in a way that adds value through organization and tagging—is an increasingly important practice for workplace learning professionals. What tools are available to make digital curation a less labor-intensive practice, and how do you choose the right one? Here is a short guide to solving this puzzle.
“Curation” has become something of a buzzword, but different people seem to mean different things when they use the word. At the same time, curation is fast becoming a key skill for anyone who develops content. Explore the concept and the tools with an expert curator in this article!
What can you learn from an eLearning Guild conference, even if you don’t attend? With mobile and social technology, the answer is, “A lot!” It’s great to attend conferences in person, but budgets and schedules don’t always align to make that possible. Here is what one non-attendee gleaned from the backchannel. He didn’t get as much as he would have in person, but what he did get is impressive