Greetings from the E-Learning Provocateur

After a couple of years of blogging under the banner E-Learning in the Corporate Sector and more recently Learning in the Corporate Sector,
I have decided to revamp my image.

One of my reasons is the seemingly ubiquitous advice for bloggers to specialise in a topic, rather than try to be all things to all readers. For me that topic is e-learning, so I am keen to reinstate that term into my blog title.

Another reason is the realisation that some of my posts generate strong responses from my readers: mostly constructive, sometimes less so. In either case, I am pleased to contribute another perspective and provoke critical thinking. Naturally I’m keen to capture that in my blog title too.

So today I re-badge my blog as E-Learning Provocateur and declare my aspiration to provoke deeper thinking.

E-Learning Provocateur blog banner

Please wish me luck… I’ll need it!

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7 Comments on “Greetings from the E-Learning Provocateur”

  1. Ben Scully Says:

    Did you just poke me with a stick, I feel provoked now. Love the new name.

  2. Kerrie Says:

    Just what (e)learning needs :)
    Looking forward to your future posts.

  3. Ryan Tracey Says:

    Cheers guys!

  4. Marnie Bristow Says:

    Love the new name, Ryan. And you don’t need luck ;o)

  5. Net_Hues Says:

    Excellent brand positioning & clarity of purpose. This is my first visit to your blog & I’ll definitely be returning. eLearning changes everything!

  6. Stephanie Says:

    I like the name, and the ‘mission statement’! Looking forward to lots of thought-provoking posts.

  7. Ryan Tracey Says:

    Thanks :o)

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