ID and e-Learning Links (8/25/14)
The Ultimate Directory Of Free Image Sources – The Edublogger
Extensive list of sources for free images, many of which are Creative Commons or public domain
Wiki by Kevin Wilcoxon with lengthy articles on learning and training. Categories are foundations, teaching online, course development, and the future (including references to the Serious e-Learning Manifesto). Currently everything is written by Kevin but you can sign up to contribute.
Freeware application for creating “action mazes” or branching scenarios
Build a Better Online Training Team | Talance Blog
Overview of what roles need to be filled to develop e-learning. Some of these roles can overlap and be filled by the same person.
The Institute for Performance Improvement – IDBadges
Badges for instructional designers in various areas. Not sure if employers would actually care about this or recognize the organization, but it’s an interesting idea for peer-reviewed credentials.
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I have found some excellent resources at this site – now I have another one for free images. Thank you for posting these great lists.
These link posts are automatically generated based on what I bookmark for myself. For the most part, everything you see is something I want to save because I think it will be useful for me. Fortunately, it seems that links that are useful to me are often useful to other people too. Glad you’re finding it helpful.
Thanks for including Talance, Christy! This is a great list, and I’ve added these to my bookmark collection. Your Diigo is a pretty good resource to boot. Thanks!
You’re very welcome. I thought your post gave a good overview for people who haven’t worked with a team like this before. I may refer some prospective clients to it as an introduction to the kinds of skills they need on their team, even if they divide up the rolls differently or call them something else.