We are looking for more contributors to write for ElearningWorld.org. Do you have experience or interest in a specialist area?
Mobile learning, Gamification, Assessment, Instructional design, SCORM, Storytelling, web-conferencing, …something else? Email stuart[AT]hrdnz.com to discuss how you can become a featured writer.
The current staff writers and consultants at ElearningWorld.org are:
Stuart Mealor, UK ex-pat living in New Zealand for 15 years, writes about Moodle, hosting, e-learning strategy, and business development.
Don Brown is an educational technologist and researching working in higher education, based in the USA.
Richard Jones writes about SCORM, Articulate, Moodle development, Google classroom, and using e-learning in schools in Australia and New Zealand.
Kiwi Tabitha Parker writes about Moodle, instructional design, primary and secondary education, and free and open projects such as OLPC.
UK based Gareth Barnard writes about Moodle Themes, CSS, Bootstrap, and general Moodle plugin development.
Based in Denmark since 1998, native German, Ruth Horak is interested in alternative pathways of learning, method development, adult education, ICT, and Moodle (of course!)
Canadian Scott Huntley has lived in Australia for many years, and is highly respected for his EdTech, Moodle, and IoT knowledge and enthusiasm.
Australian Catherine Duncan is an e-learning and multimedia practitioner with approaching 15 years experience in the fields of e-learning, multimedia authoring, and web development.
German native Miriam Laidlaw writes about Moodle, UI/UX, games and gamification, and instructional design.
John Allan is a Canadian ex-pat living in Qatar, and writes about learning object development, and practical tools and applications for the blended teaching and learning environment.
Anna Krassa writes about Moodle and Moodle Educator Certificate (she is also a Moodle Gradebook guru), and FOSS including Ubuntu in Greece, course design and management.
Originally from Argentina, Eduardo Lina writes about Moodle, e-learning for language teaching, and educational technology from his home in Israel.
New Zealander Tish Kirkland has lived in Australia too, and is an expert in IELTS and English language teaching.
Bernd Martin has lived in New Zealand and Germany during the past few years, is an ICT and technology enthusiast, a librarian, and SQL developer.
Originally from Belgium, Miranda Verswijvelen writes about design and development of story-based learning interactions, and engaging scenario-learning games.
Ian Wild is a UK based experienced software developer, solutions architect, author and educator in the Maths and Science area.
Maryel Mendiola is professor of e-learning at a University in Mexico, and writes on e-learning and pedagogy.
Jean-Marc Doucet lives in Limoges, France, and writes on Moodle, education technology, and project management.
Paula Clough is a US-based ‘retired’ teacher, having taught everything from pre-school through to 8th grade and college courses.
Located in Japan, Justin Hunt writes about PoodLL (his own project), and Moodle development in general.
Jane Shaw is a New Zealand teacher and educator writing on pedagogy and e-learning for adult learners.
Moodle Geek is a shady character, spending too many hours in front of multiple computer monitors, coding, and server trouble-shooting.
ElearningWorld is our ‘system’ poster, and used for all the generic posts.