Part 3: Still more women's voices in the edublogosphere

May 17, 2007

The E-Learning Queen explores all manner of online and distributed training and education, from instructional design to the construction and implementation of entire e-learning solutions. She finds real-world e-learning issues and applications particularly intriguing; in higher education, military, K-12, and corporate and humanitarian / not-for-profit realms. The E-Learning Queen relies on her instructionally designing cats and Susan Smith Nash for inspiration and meowing around the water bowl.

Joan Vinall-Cox
writes about her fascination with the Web as it affects learning. This is an older post that reflects the theme of the blog. I found Joan’s blog via Explode.

Marcia’s Ageless Learner blog and Ageless Learner site focus on how learning and curiosity influence everything you do in life, no matter your age, education, or occupation.

Also check out Women of the Web 2.0 (WOW2). It’s brought to you by Cheryl Oakes, Jennifer Wagner, Sharon Peters, & Vicki Davis, four women who not only love using the tools of the Internet but also love sharing the tools with others. They have a Bulletin Board for questions and answers and Tuesday night chat. See their archived podcasts – an impressive list of guests.

  • http://eduspaces.net/vinall/weblog/ Joan Vinall-Cox

    Hi Janet,
    Thanks for your mention. See you on Explode!
    Joan

  • http://eduspaces.net/vinall/weblog/ Joan Vinall-Cox

    Hi Janet,
    Thanks for your mention. See you on Explode!
    Joan

  • http://elearnqueen.blogspot.com/2007/09/articles-of-note-corgi-catches-sept-4.html susan nash

    Thank you very much for mentioning the blog! I’ve really enjoyed checking out your recommendations.

  • http://elearnqueen.blogspot.com/2007/09/articles-of-note-corgi-catches-sept-4.html susan nash

    Thank you very much for mentioning the blog! I've really enjoyed checking out your recommendations.

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