Careers in E-Learning and Instructional Design panel discussion — October 14-18 , 2013

Instructional design and e-learning are growth fields. Many people with and without PhDs are designing learning experiences for others, for a wide variety of purposes in a wide range of settings. If you love teaching, learning, and technology, this might be a good non-academic career for you.

Free online panel discussion: “Careers in E-Learning and Instructional Design”
Monday October 14 – Friday October 18
Relevant to ALL disciplines
Takes place in the Humanities/Social Science Forum on
Asynchronous format; participate anytime during the week


This free online panel discussion features several Humanities, Social Science, and STEM PhDs who have become Instructional Designers of various kinds. They design corporate training programs, K-12 lesson plans, college and university distance education classes, even games and simulations intended to assess and increase knowledge. Panelists introduce themselves on Monday morning Oct. 14 and answer your questions for the rest of the week.

To participate, register on VPhD if you haven’t already, then visit the Versatile PhD Humanities Forum anytime this week and look for threads beginning with the word “Panel.”  You can even receive posts by email: Log in, go to MyVPhD and click Notifications. All the choices are there for you.

Not a VPhD member?  Anyone may register on VPhD for free and enjoy this great web-based discussion. Invite friends.

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