Don't worry, you are not alone!
This is the case for lots of people when they are venturing on a new project. One of the challenges can be finding useful information and knowing where to turn to when you have questions. I say useful information, because in the age of technology that we live in there is SO much information right at our finger tips – the hard part is weeding through all of it trying to figure out what is good for you. A great place to start would be to get involved in a Learning Community.
The purpose of a Learning Community is for a group of people, who share a common interest, to get together to discuss issues, concerns, success stories, whatever they want to on that certain topic. There is no actual leader in a Learning Community rather there is a moderator – someone to get the discussion started and to provide support. It is a place that we can teach each other, collaborate with one another, exchange ideas and information, and most importantly were we can learn from each other.
As you know, I recently launched Alliance Learning, an online university. This is something that was in the works for sometime, it most certainly did not happen overnight. I want to now help others fulfill their e-learning goals, share my knowledge, provide a place where e-learning professionals can go for advice, etc.
I have started a Learning Community and I would like invite you to join my Facebook group, E-Learning Pros (click and log in or search for us in Facebook). Or you can send me a quick note and I will invite you to join the group. There is no pressure to post anything, take your time and see what others are saying.