B.J. Schone
B.J. Schone is the main contributor to Engaging Interactions For eLearning. B.J. is a Senior Learning Technology Specialist at Qualcomm Incorporated in San Diego, where he researches emerging learning technologies, develops mobile learning (mLearning) applications, and creates various other learning solutions. B.J. earned his Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science and his Master’s of Education in Information Science & Learning Technologies (MEd) from the University of Missouri-Columbia. B.J. is also the author of the eLearning Weekly blog.

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  1. 1 Janet November 30, 2007 at 11:17 am

    Hi B

    Your website has been recommended by Learning Pool subscribers in our discussion forum as a good website for fellow subscribers to check out. See what they say about you here.

    We’d love you to put our link on your website in return. We are an e-learning company dedicated to the public sector and we have over 330 of the councils in England and Wales as our subscribers. Check us out here.

    Here is the link for you to place on your site: http://www.learningpool.com

    Attached is our logo; if you would like to feature this too we’d be grateful.

    Kind regards

    Janet
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  2. 2 spence morris September 30, 2008 at 4:46 am

    A retired teacher, I have been researching e-learning all summer
    and your book has more substance and useability than almost anything
    I have previously encountered. And I’ve covered a lot of ground.
    The corporate trainer muddles everything with labrynthian complexity
    to justify who knows what. There is little actual information about
    techniques for teaching. Just the same blabber about tools and insider
    trainer terms to mystify newcomers.
    In short, good job and thanks!
    Spence Morris


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