Yes . . . I’m back to the e-Learning heroes challenges after several months of not being able to participate. Somehow, I could not just resist… Read More »Transparent Echo Technique for Background Images
This week’s articulate e-learning challenge was to design an interaction to teach any math concept online. With several math concepts from simple additions, to number groupings, use of slide rule, right to complex permutations, it was both fun and engaging for me, to watch all entries pour in!Read More »Let’s Learn to Say the Time
It was a great year for me at the articulate e-Learning heroes community in 2014. I recall that night just a few weeks after I decided to pursue e-Learning as a professional career, sometime in May last year. I was bent on finding out information about e-Learning on the Web and so I searched and searched until I came across a blog by Christy Tucker. She explained in several of her posts and I decided to finally go e-Learning. Somewhere in one of her posts, I saw a link to the Articulate e-Learning Heroes Community and signed up to become a member. That was the beginning of my eventful journey into e-Learning in 2014 and I thank God so much for it!Read More »The E-Learning Heroes Community in 2014: My Story!
A very exciting one for me as David challenges us this week to do anything with the newly declared Pantone’s Color of the year 2015 – Marsala. I must confess I didn’t think I’ll like the color when I saw it at first, though wine is my favorite color but working with it and using variations of it has been great fun for me!Read More »Best Holiday Attitudes in Marsala
Everyone talks about the difference between a stable job and a contract kind of job. If you have to wait until you find work to do, your finances may not be as stable. And what if you don’t find work to do in a year? This can be a daunting fear for new e-Learning professionals trying to decide for the freelancing way!Read More »Favorite tips for aspiring e-Learning Freelancers