Associations Now interviewed me recently about association e-learning and what sorts of expectations organizations should have when undertaking an e-learning initiative. The resulting article came out in this month’s edition and is now online at E-learning Expectations.
Many of my comments in the article draw upon findings from the Association E-learning: State of the Sector report released in late March. I undertook this report mostly because, having worked in association e-learning for nearly a decade, I feel like we are past due for a body of research that will help association e-learning professionals do what the Associations Now article points to: set and manage expectations around e-learning. If you are interested in the report, comment below or contact me to say you saw this blog post, and I’ll send you a $50 discount code.
I should note, too, that I found this to be a very good issue of Associations Now in general – I’ve already tweeted as much. ASAE “crowdsourced” the issue, so it is built off of questions and suggestions raised by readers. Well done.
Association certification guru Mickie Rops has also done a nice, brief rundown of the parts of the new issue that are good reads for association educators. I encourage you to to check it out.
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