5 Blogs for L&D Gurus
[feat-img-left] We totally understand. Your plate is overflowing with projects from on high for new training development and you’re bogged down in everyday tasks like administering your LMS and managing your team. Who has the extra time to find the hottest blogs trending in learning and development? No worries. We did it for you! Taking into account how relevant the content is to corporate learning and, in most cases, how frequently the blog is updated, we’ve narrowed the list down to five of our favorite blogs where you can pick up tips from L&D’s brightest and most influential experts.
Adapting to Perpetual Beta
One of the most prolific L&D bloggers, Harold Jarche focuses his brief posts on social learning and leadership. His motto, “Work is learning and learning is the work,” forms the basis for this engaging and widely visited blog. (There’s often a great discussion happening in the comments, too.)
Cathy Moore
Cathy Moore is a superstar in the L&D world, and her quest to “save the world from boring instruction” hits home with her more than 14,000 subscribers.
E-Learning 24/7 Blog
Craig Weiss, the CEO of E-Learning 24/7 and author of this blog, was named the most influential person in the world for eLearning in both 2015 and 2016. An LMS guru, Weiss focuses on creating effective learning in current learning management systems.
E-Learning Acupuncture
Eric Tremblay calls his blog “ramblings, experiences, and random thoughts,” but his bite-sized entries pack a serious punch—which is probably why the seasoned Educational Developer’s site was named a Top 40 Most Trusted Education Blog.
Julian Stodd’s Learning Blog
Julian Stodd’s site, which focuses on helping organizations adapt to the Social Age, is chock-full of good content: he runs a regular Learning Podcast, organizes a collaborative forum for sharing stories, and even creates his own gorgeous illustrations for each blog post.
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