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Thank you for visiting my long-running Instructional Design and eLearning Development blog. I am now focused on freelance writing (please feel free to visit www.RidgeViewMedia.com).
Although I no longer work in eLearning Development, I am still available to work as a Senior Instructional Designer, as long as you don’t need me to have licensed eLearning tools. My ISD writing and designing “tools” (my brain and my creativity) are super strong and ready for your project!
Due to their continued popularity, I am keeping my blog posts on Instructional Systems Design (ISD) and on eLearning Development published at this blog site. However, I’m not maintaining this site on a regular basis, and Comments are now closed. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
I’m grateful for all the clients and colleagues I had the immense pleasure working with from 2008 to 2015 in the eLearning and Instructional Design field. Thank you for a terrific “ride”!
I hope you’ll join me over at Jenise Cook | Freelance Writer
Note: Do you need an experienced freelance writer? Visit my new Freelance Writer site today! Select www.RidgeViewMedia.com (opens in a new window).
LinkedIn.com has a wonderful feature where clients and colleagues can write Recommendations. These Recommendations display on my LinkedIn profile. Over time, however, the site seems to “bury” the thoughtful comments people have written, making it difficult to find them.
You can read them by visiting my presentation on SlideShare.
Betty Wang posted a helpful article yesterday (October 7, 2013) on the FindLaw.com blog site on how to become aware of “free money” grant scammers who target small business.
Finally on YouTube
This week I finally uploaded a few videos of work samples to YouTube*. You can find them here:
I’ll be adding more current samples between now and year end. Please subscribe and share the link to your channel with us!
How do you return to blogging on a regular basis after a hiatus, sabbatical, or whatever term you’d use to describe an absence from blogging?
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