Manifesto Signatories 3/18/2014

Timothy Gaughan
Learning Solutions – BCD Travel
Great manifesto – thanks!
George Saridakis
Studio 7 Communications
In my opinion, the manifesto makes for a wonderful bird’s eye view of the art and science of designing effective e-learning. Now let’s work on mastering those details!  
Andrea Moxam
I support the Serious eLearning Manifesto.
Donna Roberts-Luttrell
It’s time for the use and potential of eLearning to be realized. Technology is not enough; its use must be appropriate and well-considered. As a learning designer and analyst, I endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto.
Julie Roberts
I support series eLearning and endorse the manifesto.
Benoit David
I endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto. It is a great, comprehensive compilation of principles which will serve as a reference point not only to remember, apply and even defend, but also to discuss further and enhance as we move forward.
Mark Smallwood
I heartily endorse and endeavor to support the Manifesto in all current and future learning development!
Donna Roberts-Luttrell
It’s well past time to align the use of technology closely with the needs of learners. I endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto with great hope that its widespread implementation will mean great things for our learners and our industry!
Peggy Page
TD Bank
The Manifesto is a great reminder that we should practice what we preach. No serious designer would disagree with any statement in the Manifesto – this is our challenge to bring every design in full alignment with our beliefs!I endorse on behalf of my entire design team at TD Bank.
David McGhee
I’m in. Let’s get it done.
Kurt Andersen
andersen design
I whole-heartedly endorse the manifesto! The principles can and should be applied to all learning design.
Annick Monnier Rivkine
I support and endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto!
Dave Hallmon
I Dave Hallmon, wholeheartedly beleive and support the Manifesto and what it means to develop "Serious Learning." I look forward to implementing the supporting principles in all future eLearning projects. 
Tess Beebe Olten
I heartily endorse this Serious eLearning Manifesto!
Josè Luis Cabello
INTEF (Spain)
I endorse the principles of the eLearning Manifesto and feel it should be extended to classrooms.
Adrienne Gross
Beyond the red pen
Yes! Bring it on. For too long the learners have been forgotten. This manifesto helps us to empower clients to make decisions based on sound evidence.
Marnie Kennedy
My work will be underpinned by these principles. Where client requirements and/or expectations do not align with these principles I will work hard to change those requirements and/or expectations. 
Laura Bunte
I endorse the serious elearning manifesto and believe these princples and values can be applied to any learning design effort.
Tara Bryan
TLS Learning
I absolutely support these principles. It is vital to the success of our learners that we provide them with a meaningful and impactful opportunity to learn.
Michelle Wakelam
Virtual Accident
I I endorse the Serious eLearning Manifesto and the supporting principles.
Leah Hemeon
I fully endorse and endeavour to uphold the manifesto in spirit and in practice. Down with boring eLearning that doesn’t result in actual performance results!
Cynthia Gee
IBM Global Process Services
I am behind these principles 100% and I strive each day to do my part as both a learning practitioner and a consultant to help my clients live by these principles.
Norbert Boruett
I support and endorse the manifesto
Marcello Molino
eLearning Consultant
I completely endorse and support the principles and the aims of the Serious eLearning Manifesto
Craig Palmer
I could not agree more with the principles of the manifesto. I also whole heartedly believe that we need a total learning manifesto – we need to look at all aspects of learning and nor just focus on eLearning.
Laura Overton

The evidence that Towards Maturity has collected over the last 10 years from nearly 3000 organisations highlights that L&D professionals who consistently apply the principles within the manifesto are reporting significantly more results from their technology enabled learning interventions.

Whilst the 22 principles outlined are not new, our evidence shows they are not being consistently applied. 

At a time where more organisations are turning to online learning, bringing greater expectations of return than ever before, we need the clear reminder that this manifesto provides – it’s not the technology that delivers but the skilled application of that technology to the business challenge at hand.

Marta Torã¡n Lorente
I endorse all the principles of the eLearning Manifesto
W Craig Wilson
Johnson Controls, Inc 
By renewing my commitment to the principles expressed in the Serious eLearning Manifesto, I will strive to produce highly engaging and extremely effective performance building experiences for my learners.
Tom Gram
Global Knowledge 
e-Learning professionals knowingly produce sub-par programs in servitude to calls for "faster!" and "cheaper!".  Use this manifesto to add "better!" to that formula.  Stand your ground. Skills and performance are the real goal. Fast, cheap programs wont get you there. They cost more in the long run, devalue e-learning, and frustrate learners.  
Ed Bowen
A path worth pursuing!
Craig Wiggins
Problem Solutions
I can get behind any call-to-action involving real-world consequences. Let’s do this.