This is a blog to capture the thoughts, questions and experiences whilst I navigate through the world of E learning and H817.
I am also hoping to find out whether any of what is on offer in the way of E learning has any relevance and added value to the services that I currently offer in and around Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

So, at the moment I plan to post  links to sites that I find both as a working consultant and as a student on the Open University course.  I will be commenting on the links and I hope that this will inspire others to do so as well.



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