E-Learning Provocateur: Volume 2

Following the modest success of my first book, I decided to fulfil the promise of its subtitle and publish E-Learning Provocateur: Volume 2.

The volume comprises a collation of my articles from this blog. As in the first volume, my intent is to provoke deeper thinking across a range of e-learning related themes in the workplace, including:

E-Learning Provocateur: Volume 2•   social business
•   informal learning
•   mobile learning
•   microblogging
•   data analysis
•   digital influence
•   customer service
•   augmented reality
•   the role of L&D
•   smartfailing
•   storytelling
•   critical theory
•   ecological psychology
•   online assessment
•   government 2.0
•   human nature

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2 Comments on “E-Learning Provocateur: Volume 2”

  1. Hey, Ryan. You know what a fan I am of your musings. You are helping so many of us look beyond the obvious, and develop critical thinking about learning technologies in organisations. Thank you.

    A link to my book review of your E-Learning Provocateur Volume 2 is here: http://www.elearningacademy.com.au/blog/2012/09/book-review-elearning-provocateur-volume2/

    A fantastic read!

    Best wishes, and I look forward to reading your future instalments.

  2. Ryan Tracey Says:

    Thanks so much for your kind words, Alison. Support from true professionals such as yourself keeps me going!

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