Tag: E-Learning Provocateur

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

Order your copy now at Amazon.

E-Learning Provocateur: Volume 1

Well I have finally bitten the bullet and published a selection of my blog musings in paperback form.

The book is entitled E-Learning Provocateur: Volume 1 and my intent is to provoke deeper thinking across a range of themes in the modern workplace, including:

E-Learning Provocateur: Volume 1•   social media
•   learning theory
•   pedagogy
•   instructional design
•   learning styles
•   blended learning
•   informal learning
•   mobile learning
•   augmented reality
•   virtual worlds
•   cloud computing
•   self publishing
•   employee engagement
•   corporate social responsibility
•   religion
•   the future of e-learning

The book is available now at Amazon.com.

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!