Monthly Archives: February 2015

Manifesto Signatories 2/23/2015

Joshua Farquharson
Allied Health Tools LLC
I fully endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto because it provides a set of standards that should be followed for creating learner-centered educational content. By applying the guidelines outlined in the Manifesto, learners are likely to be more engaged and find their learning experiences more meaningful and memorable.
Chris Prigmore
Exceed Performance Solutions
This Manifesto succinctly summarizes everything I strive for when using Serious eLearning to address performance gaps. I especially appreciate that the Supporting Principles present an evidence-based approach to our craft.
Jeff Johannigman
People Type Consulting
As a former game designer turned trainer, I value the true potential of elearning to be engaging, interactive, and effective – when done right! This manifesto is a great set of principles to get us there.

Manifesto Signatories 2/18/2015

Tito Sigilipoe
Centrinova Solusi Edukasi
I agree that e-learning should focused on Performance, not on content. E-learning purpose is to prepare user to overcome realworld challenges.
Christopher Grant
I endorse serious eLearning!
Roger Davis
I endorse the principles of the eLearning Manifesto.

Manifesto Signatories 2/11/2015

Chelsea Campbell
The Serious eLearning Manifesto is a required and significant step to improving eLearning creation, uses, and reception.
Brian Ward
Affinity Consulting and Training
I fully endorse the manifesto as a declaration of what serious eLearning seeks to achieve within the world of the learner. In particular, I support the use of eLearning as a supportive technology throughout the complete life-cycle of learning and change within the individual, organizational and community contexts.

Manifesto Signatories 2/3/2015

Mark T. Burke
While my focus is K-12 eLearning, the manifesto is 100% relevant and drastically needed as a model for developers and school leaders. K-12’s eLearning growth is dramatic and going rather unchecked. School leaders often lack the skills to lead online programs and therefore, often roll out inadequate programs in order to meet enrollment demands. As these programs fail, leaders then believe eLearning is failing. Yet, more kids are enrolled in more courses and programs grow. To respond, builders build courses quicker, with less concern over learning goals and more concern over volume. The K-12 eLearning industry has models to follow in terms of programming, but needs a model for individual professionals to help them build a mental model of how to think about their roles. I believe the manifesto is just that tool. Thanks.
Helena Nacinovic
I agree and support this manifesto.