My Other Blog – Interested in eLearning?

One of my more enjoyable work experiences has been courseware development. For those of you who may be new to this subject, courseware is educational software such as online training materials. The process of learning online is generally referred to as eLearning. Courseware development (CwDev) is the design, writing, testing, and implementation of materials that facilitate eLearning.

Seven years ago, I began writing the Courseware Development Blog (using Blogger, the other popular blogging platform) to express my thoughts regarding eLearning in general, and courseware develpoment specifically. I’ve had some good expreiences writing that blog, but when I got more involved in the stand-up teaching and in-person tutoring aspects of training (and when I started pcLearning4U), I let the CwDev blog lapse.

This has now changed. First came my revived interest in writing, as I have mentioned here before by involvement in groups such as Promocave. Then, recently, I saw that a free site, and a free training course, were being offered for Moodle users (Moodle is a free open-source eLearning development platform). I created my Moodle site, and will be taking the Moodle class (online, of course!) starting in less than two weeks.

Therefore, since I am very happy how the Android Adventures series has worked out on this blog, I’ve decided to do the same thing regarding my Moodle Adventures on the CwDev blog. I just published Chapter 1 over there, and I hope you continue to enjoy my posts on both of these blogs!


The Courseware Development Blog

The Courseware Development Blog, my other blog, is dedicated to the subject of creation of eLearning materials. Per the blog mission statement:

Attention all web developers, instructional designers, content developers, graphics developers, technical writers, editors, programmers, managers, and others interested in this subject: if you create or use web-based training or similar courseware, and want to discuss its development, this is your blog!

Please vist, and if interested, follow, this blog – thank you!