Top 10 Elearning Blogs: Follow these blogs for fresh elearning ideas

Keeping up with the latest trends and technologies is a must for any elearning professional. We’ve compiled a list of our 10 favorite elearning blogs. Tweet us @elucidat to let us know which one you like the best, or if we’ve missed one from the list.


Christopher Pappas (@cpappas) is the founder of The eLearning Industry’s Network. is the most reviewed publication in the elearning industry.

What we like:

  • Lots of great content. Over 1,200 articles in the last year.
  • Good mix of topics; anything from gamification to elearning trends.
  • Large network of authors. You get lots of different perspectives on the topics covered.

Our favorite blog posts from

2) The eLearning Coach

The eLearning Coach is written by elearning professional Connie Malamed (@elearningcoach). Connie has a Master’s Degree in Instructional Design & Technology and has many years of experience in the elearning industry. In her blog, she shares strategies, content, product reviews, and resources to help you better understand, design, and develop online learning.

What we like:

  • Podcasts: Connie produces online podcasts with special guests from the industry. They’re easy to listen to and offer plenty of ideas and tips.
  • Mobile app: Instructional Design Guru is an application available on both Android and Apple devices. The app has over 470 key term definitions that can help enhance your knowledge of instructional design.

Our favorite blog posts from The eLearning Coach:

3) E-Learning 24/7 Blog

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E-Learning 24/7 is written by Craig Weiss (@diegoinstudio). Craig is an elearning analyst, consultant, and advisor who provides services to buyers and suppliers in the elearning industry. In his blog, Craig talks about the truths and realities of elearning with a special focus on Learning Management Systems (LMS).

What we like:

  • Many useful articles on Learning Management Systems.
  • Plenty of content and its easy to navigate around.

Our favorite blog posts from E-Learning 24/7:

4) E-Learning Provocateur

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Ryan Tracey (@ryantracey), an elearning manager from Australia, is the founder of E-learning Provocateur. Ryan holds a Master’s degree in Learning Sciences and Technology and is the Editorial Board Member for eLearn Magazine. His blog “provokes deeper thinking” in the elearning space.

What we like:

  • Honest and personal. Ryan shares his personal opinions on a variety of hot elearning topics.

Our favorite blog posts from E-Learning Provocateur:

5) Technology Enhanced Learning Blog

David Hopkins (@hopkinsdavid), an elearning consultant from the UK, writes the Technology Enhanced Learning Blog. He is the author of three elearning books, including The Really Useful #EdTechBook. In his blog, he shares his thoughts and experiences with using technology in higher education.

What we like:

  • Regularly updated with new ideas and opinions.
  • Educational content with a personal touch.
  • Information about the learning conferences he attends.

Our favorite blog posts from Technology Enhanced learning Blog:

6) Jane Hart’s blog on modernizing workplace learning

Jane Hart (@c4lpt) is a well-regarded international speaker and writer on modern approaches to workplace learning. She’s been advising businesses for over 20 years and is currently focusing on new ways to approach workplace learning. Jane Hart’s blog on modernizing workplace learning is one of the most socially shared learning and development blogs in the world.

What we like:

  • Huge database of articles on all kinds of learning topics.
  • Clean, crisp, and easy to read.
  • “Top 100 tools for learning” is a great resource that is updated every year.

Our favorite blog posts from Jane hart’s Blog:

7) E-Learning Acupuncture

The E-Learning Acupuncture Blog is written by Eric Tremblay (@elearn4u). Eric shares his experiences and random thoughts about elearning, distance education, and educational technology

What we like:

  • Valuable content on higher education elearning.

Our favorite blog posts from E-Learning Acupuncture Blog:

8) Cathy Moore

Cathy Moore (@catmoore) writes a blog called Let’s save the world from boring training. Cathy is an internationally recognized training designer. She shares her ideas and experience to help her readers develop action-packed learning materials for working adults.

What we like:

  • Cathy’s ideas challenge readers.
  • Large database of elearning content and samples.

Our favorite blog posts from Cathy Moore:

9) Bozarthzone

Bozarthzone, by Jane Bozarth (@janebozarth), is a blog that shares ideas on how to create and outsource inexpensive elearning solutions. Jane is an experienced elearning and instructional design professional.

What we like:

  • Jane’s been blogging for over 10 years. Her blog posts are informative and easy to read.
  • Elearning expert – popular conference speaker at learning events all over North America.
  • Monthly “Nuts and Bolts” segment in Learning Solutions Magazine.

Our favorite blog posts from Bozarthzone:

10) Allison Rossett

Dr. Allison Rossett’s (@arossett) consults in the learning and technology industries. Allison draws on her many years experience to fresh elearning ideas, trends and interviews. She currently serves on the Board for the Elearning Guild and Chief Learning Officer magazine.

What we like:

  • A number of publications by Dr. Allison Rossett are available on the blog.
  • Blog articles are very thorough and informative.

Our favorite blog posts from Dr. Allison Rossett’s Blog: