27 eLearning Experts on Twitter You Need to Follow

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Over 500 million tweets are sent every single day.

Twitter counts almost 300 million people as regular users of its service (or roughly the population of the entire United States).

And of those almost 300 million users, there are thousands who are eLearning experts.

eLearning experts on Twitter

So how do you cut through all the chatter and noise to get to the really good ones, the ones that offer up great tips, interesting news, and thought-provoking insight?

Don’t worry, I did it for you.

The list below is a great place to get started following top eLearning and edTech experts, publications, and organizations on Twitter.  These 27 cover every eLearning topic from online learning styles, to learning management software, to instructional design.

Take a look:

Experts

@elearning

David Anderson, Community Manager at Articulate

@janebozarth

Jane Bozarth, author of E-Learning Solutions on a Shoestring

@jclarey

Janet Clarey, VP at The eLearning Guild

@usablelearning

Julie Dirksen, author of Design for How People Learn

@C4LPT

Jane Hart, Founder of the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies

@hopkinsdavid

David Hopkins, Author of The Really Useful #EdTechBook

@tomkuhlmann

Tom Kuhlmann, author of Articulate’s Rapid Elearning Blog

@elearningcoach

Connie Malamed, author of the popular eLearning Coach blog

@emasie

Elliott Masie, editor of the popular Learning TRENDS newsletter

@CatMoore

Cathy Moore, corporate training and eLearning expert

@cpappas

Christopher Pappas, eLearning expert extraordinaire and founder of eLearningIndustry.com

@Quinnovator

Clark Quinn, learning consultant, co-author of The Serious eLearning Manifesto

@bschlenker

Brent Schlenker, CLO for Litmos

@cliveshepherd

Clive Shepherd, author of Clive on Learning blog

@WillWorkLearn

Will Thalheimer, author of the popular Will at Work Learning blog

@diegoinstudio

Craig Weiss, author of E-Learning 24/7 blog

Publications

@elearningfeeds

eLearning Feeds blog and online ranking tool

@elearnindustry

eLearning Industry group blog and network

@elearngraphic

eLearning Infographics

@2Elearning

Elearning! Magazine

@elearnmag

eLearn Magazine

@learningsolmag

Learning Solutions Magazine

Organizations

@aace

The Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education

@ATD

The Association for Talent Development (formerly ASTD)

@CapterraLMS

Capterra’s LMS, Training, and eLearning account

@eLearningGuild

The eLearning Guild

@trainingzone

Training Zone online community for L&D professionals

Who else?

Who’s your favorite eLearning expert to follow on Twitter?  Add ‘em in the comments!

Looking for Learning Management System software? Check out Capterra's list of the best Learning Management System software solutions.

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Some excellent additions!

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Great starter list! SO MANY other top-notch learning thought leaders are on our radar, but here are just a few to expand your list:
1) Patti Shank PhD @pattishank (ATD Science of Learning community)
2) Nancy Rubin PhD @nancyrubin (continuing education expert)
3) Tom Spiglanin PhD @tomspiglanin (workforce learning practitioner)
4) Ajay Pangarkar CPA @ajaypangarkar (learning/business alignment expert)
5) David Kelly @LnDDave (eLearning Guild community leader)
6) Josh Bersin @Josh_Bersin (foremost learning tech analyst)

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Please add the ShareKnowledge blog. They talk specifically about how to utilize SharePoint as a learning tool.

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You missed out me! @edutechninja
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Please add @commlabindia an eLearning solutions provider and also gives regular updates on eLearning design, eLearning development, mLearning and LMS and plenty of blogs retweeed daily. Thank you

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