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I am Priya Gopalakrishnan, the author behind this blog.

I hold a  Master’s in Instructional Design and Technology from Emporia State University, Kansas. Through this blog, I aspire to voice out my conceptions about E-learning, Blended learning, Web 2.0 and many more that contributes towards enhancing rich elearning proficiency.ppic

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4 comments on “Author

  1. Hey Priya,

    Congrats on having your own blog. It’s way above my knowledge of computers but looks very cool. Keep it up!

  2. Applause! Applause! Take a well-earned bow. Congratulations!The talent of success is nothing more than doing what you can do well; and doing well whatever you can do. -Longfellow. Enjoy it!
    As I enjoyed going through your intresting blog..
    All THE VERY BEST IN EVERYTHING YOU DO!!!

  3. I read with interest your blog article about Instructional Designers and uni degrees. I’m one of those you mention that started out as a Technical Writer and later found himself doing more instructional design than writing.

    Where I happen to live, there just weren’t any universities offering courses on Instructional Design. So I read and studied every bit of information I could get my hands on about this topic for the past several years.

    I had always just called myself a Technical Writer, even though it no longer adequately described my professional life, until stumbled across the fact that many professional Instructional Designers didn’t have a degree either. So I just gave up and started using the title.

    In my experience clients are far more concerned with your ability to deliver engaging and effective online learning than they are about the letters after your name. I have met degree-qualified Instructional Designers that were incapable of designing good online courses. I also know some great designers that have absolutely no formal qualifications but posses a body of work that speaks for itself.

    At the end of the day, no matter what we call ourselves, it’s what we can or cannot create that matters most.

    Rod

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