In honour of International Women’s Day, the eLearning Network asked some of the industry’s leading experts to share their experiences as part of the ongoing Campaign for Effective Elearning. The campaign, launched at the Learning Technologies 2012 event, aims to wipe out ineffective and inefficient elearning. And the women profiled show that elearning can be anything but that.
The women hail from across the elearning industry, in-house teams, independent consultants and content providers and vendors. In their profiles they discuss their backgrounds and how they entered into a career in elearning, the opportunities available for women in their field and also share their tips as part of the eLearning Network’s campaign.
The women featured are:
- Stephanie Dedhar, BP
- Imogen Casebourne, Epic
- Cheryl Clemons, Brightwave
- Christie Fidura, Adobe
- Jane Hart, Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies
- Julie Wedgwood, Independent consultant
- Sam Taylor, Barclaycard
- Laura Overton, Towards Maturity
- Sarah Frame, Toolwire
Their experience spans over 50 combined years and a diverse range of skills and professional interests. What they share is a commitment to making elearning as effective as possible. To view the profiles and find out more about the Campaign for Effective Elearning, visit http://www.elearningnetwork.org/content/campaign-effective-elearning.