So You Want to Be an E-Learning Consultant...

Harold Jarche, Weblog, Oct 24, 2008
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Fabulous. Harold Jarche smasches the secrecy around rates of pay for e-learning services. Well, not so much 'secrecy' as 'keeping things close to the chest'. Best rates: business analytics and technological. Worst? Pedagogical. Jarche writes, 'Consulting competition is increasing, especially with baby-boomers taking early retirement and wanting to keep working. At this time there still seems to be a fair bit of work in more traditional e-learning, like course design and development. However, I believe that there are larger opportunities on the edges of e-learning. Informal learning with blogs, wikis, or podcasts outside the formal course structure or helping organizations foster communities of practice appear to be growing areas where e-learning skills are useful."
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