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eLearning Leaders You Must Follow on Twitter Infographic


eLearning Leaders You Must Follow on Twitter Infographic

Twitter is one of the richest resources for networking and seeking out the number one professionals in any industry. You can even directly communicate with them, and more often than not, you’ll get a reply too.

What’s more, because eLearners are well…technologically inclined by nature, this means that Twitter is especially important in our industry. If you’re not involved, you could be missing out on essential information.

So whether you’re a Twitter friend, or you’re just getting started, the eLearning Leaders You Must Follow on Twitter Infographic is a guide to the big names in eLearning that you need to follow.

1. Tracy Bisette

Tracy Bisette is one of the most innovative instructional designers in our industry. She’s making strides in eLearning, mLearning, social learning, designs, simulations, and gamification. Get insights into Tracy’s take on the hottest trends in eLearning by following her on Twitter here.

2. Marc Rosenberg

Dr. Rosenberg is a USA- based management consultant, writer, educator, and all-round good egg in the world of training. He’s known as something of an education polyglot, working in all areas, from learning and eLearning to knowledge management and performance improvement. You can follow him on Twitter here.

3. Steven Meyer

Stephen J. Meyer is CEO of the Rapid Learning Institute, a provider of innovative and bite-size e-learning solutions to private institutions, educational organizations, and government agencies. Follow Stephen Meyer on Twitter here.

4. Charles Jennings

Charles Jennings is a man of many talents. An author (70:20:10 Towards 100% Performance), a consultant, former CLO and founder of the 70:20:10 institute. Follow him on Twitter here to get insight into his thoughts and opinions on the industry, as well as updates and news on his projects.

5. Greg Williams

Dr. Williams wears many hats (have you noticed a pattern here?). He’s an eLearning developer, consultant, professor, blogger, and podcaster. Greg Williams founded eLearning for Everybody, and created the famous podcast of the same name. Follow him on Twitter here.

6. Laura Overton

Laura Overton has been ranked as the most influential person in the eLearning industry in the UK, she’s a widely respected author, and has published a number of L&D benchmark  studies. She is the Managing Director of Towards Maturity. Follow her on Twitter here.

7. Julian Stodd

An author, speaker, and “Captain” at Sea Salt Learning, Stodd identifies himself as a professional who “helps organizations understand the Social Age.” Follow him on Twitter here.

8. Donald H. Taylor

Mr. Taylor is a 25-year veteran of the learning and human capital industries. He has experience at every level from design to delivery. Mr. Taylor has been chairman of the Learning and Performance Institute since 2010 and is an influential writer and speaker in professional development and L&D. Follow him on Twitter here.

9. Sharon Boller

Sharon Boller is a company president and chief product officer at Bottom Line Performance (BLP) a learning-solutions firm she founded in 1995. If you are interested in using game mechanics and game elements in eLearning, follow her on Twitter here.

10. Jane Bozarth

Jane Bozarth is North Carolina’s self-proclaimed “E-Learning Goddess”. She specializes in finding ways to cut the costs of eLearning and doing motivational speaking. Follow her on Twitter here.

View also: Top 10 Most Influential People in eLearning in 2015 Infographic 

Via: info.shiftelearning.com

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