I am happy to announce that my book Instructional Design for ELearning: Essential Guide to Creating Successful ELearning Courses is now available on Kindle (http://amzn.to/1eVQbsz). This means that even more eLearning professional will be able to purchase and read it. Here are some of the testimonials and comments I received from those who had a chance to read the book:
This book is a must read for eLearning designers! The organizational structure, real-world examples, and visual features transform the book into a valuable learning resource. — Vickie Williams, Ph.D., Director of Student Services, Educational Psychologist, Lecturer, University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
This book is packed with practical exercises and clear examples. I consider the Instructional Design for ELearning text a strong contribution to the field of instructional design. — K.S., Senior Instructional Designer.
Instructional Design for ELearning: Essential guide to creating successful eLearning courses provides us with a wealth of information on the latest advance in education that is eLearning. You can think of this book as a manual on creating eLearning solutions. — V.L., Ph.D., ELearning Developer, Educational Advisor.
The book combines the theoretical framework of the subject as well as practical information for those with experience on the field of instructional design.
The book contains much information that will benefit a new instructional designer. For the more experienced designers, this book can be used as a review or desk guide to instructional design. — F.P., ELearning Project Manager.
Instructional Design for ELearning has many visual aids to help the reader absorb the content of the book. There are a great number of books on instructional design but most of them deal with either the theoretical aspect of the subject or its practical application. This book combines the two seamlessly and brings to the reader the application of the topics in the real world setting. — MR., Ed.D., Educational Specialist.
Like an architect, a writer must take the time to visualize the final landscape and hearth that will take a reader from room to room, constantly coming across treasures for the eye and mind. As an instructional systems designer, I have spent a great deal of time looking for tools that help me create these small miracles. Reading The Instructional Design for ELearning: Essential guide for creating successful eLearning courses presented me with all of the tools of the trade, along with wonderful instructions and stories concerning their use. It is a most useful library in a book for the aspiring Instructional designer. — Edward Stewart Lane, Jr., M.Ed, Senior Instructional Designer, ALUTIIQ.
I highly recommend this book to those who are new to the field of instructional design or those who are researching on this subject. I would also suggest this book to professional instructional designers for a quick study or guide you can keep on hand at all times. It has so much information in its pages without getting too technical the way most textbooks do. — A.B., Instructional Designer.
A must-have encyclopedia of instructional design theory and practice for newcomers as well as seasoned developers working to provide the best possible learning experience for diverse audiences using rapidly changing delivery systems. — Linda Delaney, retired program manager for a major training, research, and evaluation company.