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ElearningWorld and Facebook

Are you using Facebook to keep up with ElearningWorld?

If you are a Facebook addict it’s quite likely you are following the ElearningWorld content primarily via Facebook.

If you use Facebook, but didn’t know we have a Facebook page and feed, check it out here:


However, if you are following us on mainly usingFacebook, have you also visited the main www.elearningworld.org website?

Perhaps unsurprisingly it’s WordPress powered, with a few well-chosen plugins. But it’s good to understand there are things you can do via the web that are not quite so easy, or even possible, via Twitter.

For example, the site menu gives you instant access to items including:

  • About the ElearningWorld project
  • Services and contact details
  • A portfolio of client work
  • Writers profiles

It’s also very easy to:

  • Subscribe via email or RSS feeds (both simple alternatives to Twitter)
  • Use a Tag cloud to discover topics
  • Access recent posts and archives
  • Search articles via their Category and/or Tags

The site also support Comments on posts (in a similar way to Twitter) – you don’t even have to create an account to leave comments.

Ultimately these things are all about personal choice. I know many people that are on Twitter constantly (and I mean constantly … as in “far too much”!) but some of those people never use Facebook at all, don’t even have an account. There are of course some people who are the exact reverse.

So, please do continue to use Facebook to follow and interact with ElearningWorld – but visit the main website too now and again for a different experience 🙂

Stuart Mealor
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Stuart Mealor

Stuart is interested in all things e-learning, with specific interests in Moodle, e-learning strategy, and business development. His experience in education over 30 years, MBA in International Business, and knowledge of e-learning systems implementation, together with graphic design background, give him a unique skill set for e-learning projects.

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