Monthly Archives: July 2015

Manifesto Signatories 7/30/2015

Debbie Richards
Creative Interactive Ideas
I endorse the manifesto and plan to review it with subject matter experts before creating courses in the future.
Rena Watkins
I think all IDs need to refresh ourselves on these commitments to the creation of a more engaging and effective virtual learning experience! eLearning is NOT about checking off a requirement; it’s about conveying meaningful real-life issues via ongoing learning activities that are authentic and improve learner performance.
Preeti More
Learning Exponents Pty Ltd
As a passionate learning solutions provider I whole heartedly applaud the aims of the Serious eLearning Manifesto, with its proposals to ensure effective eLearning. The manifesto is a clear and sensible way forward for eLearning – for providers, learners, organisations and all stakeholders.

Manifesto Signatories 7/28/2015

Raman K. Attri
Personal Resonance©
I come from the angle of how e-learning could accelerate time-to-proficiency at workplace. During my Doctorate research, e-learning if properly designed (using or conforming to several of e-learning manifesto listed on this site), it has proven to actually compress or shorten time to proficiency of employees in acquiring complex skills.By virtue of my research findings, I endorse and support e-leaning manifesto and I envision it as some sort of e-learning standards at one point in future. It’s a good move.
Celeste Mulder
Sage HR & Payroll
I endorse the Manifesto. I respect those who will utilise my e-Learning offering and do everything in my power to ensure that their experience is memorable, valuable and engaging. I’ve also started to spread the word to others in my company across the globe; empowering them to do the same.

Manifesto Signatories 7/7/2015

Ali Shahrazad
I endorse this Manifesto because our profession must mature and transform from Learning & Development to Performance & Development.

Manifesto Signatories 7/1/2015

Roger Mundell
I absolutely endorse this manifesto, but I am optimistic that the current issues are a generational thing. When the gamer generation, who have grown up with interactive technologies, begins to influence instructional design, and as the competition heats up from tools enabling more people to be involved in the development of learning, then these desired improvements will become widespread.