|I endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto and the supporting principles.|
|I endorse the principles of the eLearning Manifesto.|
|I wholeheartedly endorse this manifesto for eLearning!|
|I Thomas McGlew of ASM America endorse and will uphold the eLearning Manifesto principles in all future eLearning development projects. I will also reach out to other developers to make them aware of the Manifesto and to urge their endrosements of these principles.|
|It is refreshing to see all of these values written in one, succinct place where we can view it as a goal and refer back to it as a standard to strive for going forward. Being in the corporate world will make the implementation frustrating; but, having reputable leaders in the industry behind these values gives me the confidence to push forward.|
|This is a wonderful vision for eLearning and I endorse and commit to its philosophy.|
|Time is short, resopruces are small, and the need to imroveperfroamcne is too great not to fully leverage this (and every other leanring technologies). In an age when we know so much, how can we perform so poorly?|
|I support Serious eLearning and the Serious eLearning Manifesto. Thank you for creating an opportunity for a strong community of professionals.|
|I heartily endorse the Serious Learning Manifesto.|
|I am personally committed to a new set of standards and "raising the bar" for more effective eLearning. Let’s do this! I add my signature to this fine list.|
This manifesto is drawn from solid principles in both instructional design and development.
I also wholeheartedly agree that technology is not always the answer. Where it can be leveraged, it’s fabulous — but to assume that every performance problem needs an eLearning solution is short sighted.
For all of the above, and so much more, I endorse this manifesto.
|The focus on performance is the key|
|It’s time we deliver learning the way humans actually learn. Combining our expertise with what the best marketers, web designers, and brain researchers know, let’s commit to creating learning experiences people want, because they’re relevant and fun and they work.|
|I agree with the guiding principles of this effort.We need to get back to the basics of good learning design so eLearning can be a powerful tool in the Learning Solutions toolkit.|
|I endorse the serious eLearning Manifesto.|
|I not only endorse this manifesto, I am going to spread the gospel until people start listening!|
|Enough click and play. No more sequential text on screen. E-learning order-takers no more. Performance-, learner- and practice-centric e-learning should be our constant ambition. A manifesto was exactly what we needed. Thank you!|
|I support the manifesto and the move to more learner focused learning.|
|I endorse the principles listed in Serious eLearning Manifesto. Training that conforms to these principles will efficiently and significantly improve employee performance.|
|Great principles and values, I fully support this vision.|
|The Manifest is a succinct description of eLearning that few have strived for but hopefully will become a gold standard for the future.|
Just because we know all of the words doesn’t mean that we have to use all of them.
Why do I want to learn this?
I endorse these principles and believe that you are trying to respect what you intend to teach and to whom it will be taught.
|I fully support the Principles of this manifesto. I will advocate the use of these principles to my clients when developing solutions for them.|
|I completely endorse the aims of this manifesto. In order to maximise the effectiveness of the principles and the acceptance of them in corporate eLearning, it is VITAL that we escape from our "learning-focused" world, and continue (start?) to explain these principles to business decision-makers, and HR people. If performance-related training is not seen as important, nothing will change. We need to show people that learning, "e" or otherwise has moved on. Too often we try, and yet are just told to make electronic PowerPoint.|
|It’s time to get serious about eLearning by taking what we know about learning theory and and what we have learned from 25 years of the World Wide Web, to deliver meaningful learning experiences that are authentic, relevant, and sustaining.|
|I agree with the Manifesto and will incorporate its principles in the eLearning we develop.|
|I fully endorse & support the principles of the Serious eLearning Manifesto.|
|I support the Manifesto but would like to expand it beyond eLearning to all organizational learning. I hope the Manifesto gains traction and starts changing behavior. It’s about time!|
|We should all strive for this with every learning project that comes to us.|
|I endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto|
|I heartily endorse this manifesto!
At the very time when eLearning is becoming nearly universal, all too commonly it reflects the worst practices in teaching and learning, rather than the best. We all must work to make best practices the professional standard in eLearning.
|Bringing eLearning back to the learners 😉|
|I endorse the eLearning Manifesto with great excitement. The Manifesto is the best summary of learning principles applied to real-world approach that I have read in some time. I promise to continue to apply these principles to each learning engagement in which I have the privilege to be involved.|
|Isn’t our purpose as learning professionals, to provideo the best learning opportunities and tools to our audience/learners? I support this
Manifesto for not only elearning but all learning. Also part of supporting this manifesto is continued education of our stakeholders on its importance and investment.
|No more boring elearning! Follow these research based principles, and get happier, smarter, and better performing learners.|
|I am already trying to live by the 22 supporting points. This is an easy manifesto to get on board with.|
|Thanks for your leadership in this important area. I endorse your statement and in taking actions in my work to support it!|
|Having read Michael Allen’s books and seen the e-learning courses demonstrated on his website, and being a new "disciple" of Julie Dirksen’s, I fully endorse the principles in the Serious eLearning Manifesto.|
|Here’s to endorsing the eLearning manifesto and creating quality learning experiences!|
|I want to give it my best shot!|
|As a member of the ID Community since before "eLearning" (was known as CBT), I recall how excited I was early in my career about the potential and opportunity for improved learning that was on the horizon, only to see much of that potential stall or be squandered. So much of today’s eLearning is simply putting stage plays on television – putting ILT online without much reflection on the new options the technology provides in service of how people learn best. This Manifesto has been a long time coming and I applaud its backers for formalizing the semi-disorganized voices from the far corners of the ID world.|
|The eLearning Manifesto represents all that is good and right in online teaching and learning. Whether in the K-12, higher education, or professional training context, online learning experiences should reflect high-quality, student-centered, outcomes-focused, data-driven design strategies; the Manifesto demonstrates one’s commitment to this understanding.|
|I wholeheartedly endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto and will actively promote its adoption by my colleagues.|
|There is so much eLearning out there that focuses on the latest trend or new technology rather than on improving performance and meeting goals while engaging learners. I am delighted to see that a group of people is formally recognizing this and has decided to DO something about it!|
|I endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto and argue that there’s no reason this shouldn’t be just the "Serious Learning Manifesto."|
|I endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto. These are the principles we should all strive to live by when designing and developing eLearning. Congratualations to Julie Dirksen, Michael Allen, Clark Quinn, and Will Thalheimer for your work on this project.|
|Learning should be about the learner. I will advocate for serious eLearning solutions that enable high performance and provide meaningful, relevant experiences – whether delivered through eLearning or another vehicle.|