Elearning Magazine

Various authors, ELearning Magazine, Jan 04, 2012
Commentary by Stephen Downes

On a small screen this presentation is awful, but on my large monitor in the office this PDF version reads as easily as any magazine, and the production values come favourably into play. I think it's available free online (I can't always tell - it may be something specific to me, the url I click on has a long embedded code, like a key or a session ID - if it won't let you in try here - "A complimentary one-year subscription to Elearning! magazine or e-zine will be sent to applicants who qualify.") The magazine itself is published by Publishers Press, a turnkey magazine publishing system. Of course, what I couldn't do was link to the one article I had intended to link to prom this post (I eventually got a link off the home page). Related: followed an ad for a pretty good looking Flash authoring tool which i think I might try out.
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