My New e-Book Series: How to Become an e-Learning Freelancer

Earlier this year, I started a new blog series called “Succeeding as an e-Learning Freelancer,” aimed at helping other e-Learning / Instructional Designers launch successful independent freelance businesses. The series has been well received, and it’s been humbling to read some of the meaningful conversations in my e-Learning Business Basics Facebook group as well as on Twitter. I’ve been thrilled to see so many people engage with these topics and conversations!

A funny thing has happened, however, since I finished the original series in June: I’ve gotten feedback that the information was so useful for some of my peers that they’ve requested a more portable format. Blog posts are great, they said, but when trying to find information on a specific topic—for example, “How much should I charge per project?” or “What needs to go in my e-Learning portfolio?”—it can be cumbersome to have to track down the specific posts that discussed it.

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