Blogs are a very powerful tool for learning and instruction. To place a spotlight on the potential of blogs for learning, we’ve invited a number of regular conference bloggers to join the DevLearn Bloggers team at this year’s DevLearn Conference and Expo. These bloggers each use their blogs in different ways to enhance learning, and the DevLearn Bloggers program seeks to share these examples so others can see the many ways that blogging can be used to enhance learning.
This post curates the work of the DevLearn Bloggers, as well as others who are blogging about the conference.
The first post introduces the DevLearn Bloggers project and the team members involved.
Introducing the DevLearn Bloggers by David Kelly
“How I Blog” – A series of posts by members of the DevLearn Bloggers team sharing how they personally use their blogs for learning. (Links in parenthesis go to each person’s personal blog)
Cammy Bean (Learning Visions)
Kasper Spiro (KasperSpiro.com)
Clark Quinn (Learnlets)
JD Dillon (JD’s Just Curious Learning Blog)
Bianca Woods (e-geeking)
Kevin Thorn (Nuggethead Studioz Blog)
Shawn Rosler (The Gordon Ramsay of eLearning)
Jane Bozarth (Bozarthzone)
Tracy Parish (Discovery through eLearning)
My #DevLearn 2015 session schedule by JD Dillon
Session Recaps & Live Blogged Notes
Anthony Altieri @aa_altieri “Analytics: What You Want to Know” #DevLearn by Cammy Bean