10 of the Most Influential People in E-Learning in 2016
- Charles Jennings
Leading thinker and practitioner in learning, development and performance. He is also a Senior Director with the Internet Time Alliance and Co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute.
- Craig Weiss
A recognized e-learning expert, industry analyst, speaker, and the author of the well-known blog Elearning 24/7.
- Clark Quinn
Recognized leader helping organizations take advantage of information systems to meet learning, knowledge, and performance needs. Executive Director of Quinnovation, published author, and author of the Learnlets Blog.
- Laura Overton
Managing Director of Towards Maturity with more than two decades of experience in helping organisations improve the business impact of learning technologies in the workplace.
- Jane Hart
A workplace learning and collaboration advisor, writer and international speaker. Founder of Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies, which shares information on new learning trends, technologies and tools.
- Christopher Pappas
Founder and CEO of the eLearning Industry Network, which is the largest eLearning Professionals' network at the present moment.
- Patti Shank
Speaker, writer, author and the President of Learning Peaks LLC, an internationally recognized consulting firm that provides learning and performance consulting.
- Harold Jarche
A Canada-based 'thought catalyst', writer and blogger. He has been described as "a keen subversive of the last century's management and education models".
- Roger Schank
Former Professor at Stanford, Yale, and Northwestern. Now president and CEO of Socratic Arts, a long-established thought leader and education revolutionary.
- Tom Kuhlmann
One of the most known e-learning designers with an experience of over 20 years in the training industry and the author of the Rapid Elearning Blog.
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