Monthly Archives: September 2015

Manifesto Signatories 9/24/2015

Andrew Barry
I support this manifesto
Alistar Wickens
I fully endorse the principles and intent of the manifesto, and will do my best to design learning based on the principles.
Christine Crawley
AZ Labor Force
This manifesto captures exactly how we’d like eLearning to look in our organization.

Manifesto Signatories 9/23/2015

Jeremy Negrey
Hyland Software
I commit to creating better eLearning by following the principles of The eLearning Manifesto!
Gail Hytner
Jeppesen Sanderson
I endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto.
Neel Sivanand
I endorse this Manifesto as a start to developing a WorldWide Framework for e-learning. A Worldwide e-learning Framework is going to be fundamental, if leveraging e-learning is going to make a difference in ensuring the future of abdundant human talent that will work to change the world for the better.
Crystal Fernandes-Harris
Day Pitney LLP
I support the eLearning Manifesto.
Carrie Kirby
Day Pitney LLP
I endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto!

Manifesto Signatories 9/22/2015

Heather Carbonara
I endorse the Manifesto
Ashley Knox
St. Charles Health System
I Ashley Knox endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto and agree to move forward using these new standards.
Mary Letson
Farmers Insurance
Excellent ideas that I think most of us try to follow but sometimes fall short due to bandwidth, or capabilities etc.
Stacey Page
Kaiser Permanente
I endorse the manifesto
Cynnamon Stelly
I really enjoyed reading the Serious ELearning Manifesto. It provided me with great ideas on how to deliver knowledge from one person to another. It is amazing how society has changed with technology and somehow the majority of society sticks to a traditional way of teaching instead of thinking outside of the box. This information gives that very avenue to travel to order to keep a learning experience engaging and personal to the learner.
Jamie Sadler
I endorse this manifesto!
Steve Haskin
Industrial Strength Learning
I do believe that most eLearning is lacking. But so is most learning, whether it’s adult learning or grammar or high school. I’ve only had one or two teachers who were memorable and actually taught me something I still remember. Learning starts when we’re children. We have to rethink what we’re teaching and how we’re teaching the things we should be teaching. I love to make humorous learning, but I’m very serious about it. The Serious Learning Manifesto is spot on with what it states.
Darren Nerland
Bil and Melinda Gates Foundation
I endorse this manifesto.
Ajay M. Pangarkar
I support the basic principles. Not sure why it took this manifesto to state the obvious.
Kimberly D. Johnson
Golden Corral Corporation
I endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto.
Melissa Alvarez Mangual
The Nature Conservancy
I support the Serious eLearning Manifesto.

Manifesto Signatories 9/1/2015

Sharon Council
The Council Corporation
As a Senior Curriculum Designer and being in the Training and Development arena for over 35 years, I believe and support your e-learning principles because it is in alignment with my own principles. It would be an honor to display your badge.
Tudor Saitoc

When people learn new skills at the right time in the right way something amazing happens. They feel better work harder and their positive energy spreads.

My team and I may not live into all twenty-two principles, however, we exhibit a ferocious and intelligently applied work ethic directed at continual improvement and we’re proud to have similar values.

As a learning professional we must remind and inspire each other to actively focus on living into the manifesto and will do my part.