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The third, annual, top ten e-learning movers and shakers

Hier noch etwas Name-Dropping, wie es vor einigen Tagen in einer meiner Inboxen gelandet ist. Die Urheber sind immerhin fair genug, die Subjektivität ihres Unterfangens nicht zu verschleiern. Es geht um „personalities who lead the corporate e-learning world“, aufgeteilt in eine World-/ Europe- und UK-Liste. Die globalen „Spitzenreiter“ sind:

„1. Elliott Masie. Head of The MASIE Center, a Saratoga Springs, New York, think-tank focused on how organisations can support learning and knowledge within the workforce. (Position last year: 1)
2. Jay Cross. A writer, commentator and speaker who was a surprise omission in previous years and, thus, is a surprise inclusion in this year’s list. He was the first to coin the term ‘e-learning‘ many years ago and continues to promote informal learning. (New entry for 2012)
3. Fabrizio Cardinali. CEO of eXact Learning Solutions‘ North America and Australia operations, Senior Vice President of the company’s Global Business Development and Chair of the European Learning Industry Group (ELIG). (Position last year: 3)“

Bob Little Press & PR, 3. Januar 2012 (via training press releases)

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