The Learning Technologies Community of Practice is intended to help you find information that is relevant to your needs, as well as a way connect you with today’s thought leaders. We want this community for practitioners to be supported by fellow practitioners. As such, there are several ways you can contribute.
Do you have expertise in a particular aspect of mobile learning Have you developed best practices for employing virtual classrooms or serious games in your organization? Or perhaps you managed a successful social learning initiative that others could learn from. If so, we may be able to share your story with fellow practitioners.
Case studies and practical guidance on how to use learning technologies are primary opportunities for contributors. Here’s a short list of some articles in search of authors:
- Social Learning or Mobile Learning Best Practices
- ISD for Mobile Learning/Virtual Classrooms/Serious Games & Simulations
- When to Use Games & Simulations/Social Media/Mobile Learning
- Best Practices for Using Serious Games & Simulations
- Five Things Your Authoring Tool/LMS/Virtual Classroom Should Do
- Five Things You’re Not Doing With Your Authoring Tool/LMS/Virtual Classroom That You Should Do
Proposals for TD articles, ATD Press Books, and TD at Work:
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Other Ways to Contribute
Not ready to write an article, but you want to propose a topic you think ATD should cover. Perhaps you have found a good blog or other resource you think the CoP should tap. Send us your ideas, requests, and opinions on how you think ATD can improve the Learning Technologies Community of Practice. We’d love to hear from you!