Definitely worth a read: The Rapid e-Learning Blog
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Okay, so I may have gotten a little carried away with the headline, but our buddy Tom Kuhlmann has just posted another great article pointing to 12 tutorials that walk you through an approach to creating engaging, interactive e-learning.
The e-Learning Guild released findings from it's 2010US Salary Survey today...among the highlights:
- The average salary of a person who lives in the United States and works in e-Learning is $79,252.
- Salaries of e-learning pro's continue to rise, even against a poor economy.
- Still appears to be considerable gender inequity, with men making more than women.
- Contractor salaries are are relatively weak when compared with full-time employees and factoring in benefits.
This is my off-the-cuff summary a couple hours after reading the report. If you want the details and you're a Guild member, it's here. If you're not a member, you may want to search for other, more detailed summaries...or join the Guild for full access.