Reflecting on My 2010 Blog Posts and Happy New Year

Over at the Learning Circuits’ Big Question it is time once again to reflect on the past year. So, I took a look at my most popular posts during 2010. FYI: I used eLearningLearning to identify my “Best of” posts according to social indicators.

Here are the top 10 posts written in 2010:

  1. My e-Learning Don’ts
  2. A Few Practical Tips on Storyboarding
  3. Development Tools I Would Learn If I Were You – June’s Big Question
  4. Looking for THE SCORM Resource?
  5. e-Learning and Games in Healthcare
  6. Keeping Up – April’s Big Question
  7. What is HTML 5?
  8. Voice Over in e-Learning, Sometimes
  9. e-Learning via the BBC
  10. Flash Tutorials on Screenr

While it is nice to see I still have posts from 2009 that make it in the top 10, I only included those written in 2010. The first thing that jumps out is that quite a few relate to development. Although on reflection I probably wrote a great deal this year on development. Any skew towards development is probably due to starting a new job last February and dealing with learning a new LMS, some new software, and getting reacquainted with some old software. All of which I was able to do and the blog helped by being a tool of self-reflection and a great source of helpful comments and shared resources from my very generous readers.

I was very pleased to see the “My e-Learning Don’ts” post at number one. I wrote it as a bit of a rant against “ineffective” e-learning, but it was tweeted quite a bit and was referenced in several other blogs. That was very flattering and on reflection I think I hit on many of the things that also irk others and sinks many e-learning projects. Hopefully it provided a dose of prevention… I know for me I will revisit it, and the comments generated, as reminders of what not to do.

Thank you everyone who visited my blog in 2010 and here’s to a great 2011. Happy New Year everyone!

Jeff

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