Renu Sharma and I had an article published in the Training Journal on October 22, 2015: vILT: Why it fails Virtual instructor-led training (vILT) has become one of the fastest growing modalities of online learning. Despite its popularity, there is a right way – and a wrong way – to create vILT experiences, which can […]
Quote from ESI Intranet: “Michelle Moore, Manager, Content Strategy (Arlington) Michelle has become our expert Learning Solutions Consultant. She is primarily responsible for leading ESI’s Content Strategy team, where she has taken ownership of the major project of managing the CMS implementation. Michelle was instrumental in training the other Curriculum Managers. While managing this project, […]
Bradley, SC During my childhood, I spent the summers in Bradley, SC with my grandparents. We use to ride our bikes up and down the road, around the house, around my great-grandmother’s yard, or down to my cousin’s house. Later we road minibikes. But my brothers and cousins did that more than I. It was […]
Promised Land School My grandmother taught at the Promised Land School. As a child I got to go occasionally when we were visiting. I didn’t get to stop and take a proper picture, but got some through the window.
Happy New Year! This year I am grateful for new beginnings and new opportunities! I also look forward to being able to photograph many new […]
Belton, SC To get to our final destination in South Carolina, we drove from Anderson, SC to Orangeburg, SC. This took us through Belton, Greenwood, Promised Land, and Bradley, SC. Not to mention many other towns along the way. During the trip I photographed many sights, mostly from inside of the car. Belton, SC was […]
Floyd Gordon, critically acclaimed artist and one of South Carolina’s treasures, who has a clientele of faithful collectors coast to coast, will be in Maryland on December 1st and 2nd, 2018. Consider going to view and purchase his beautiful art. Information is below.What: Floyd Gordon Private Art Show Art for Sale Includes Originals and Coffee […]
29 Days in South Carolina Gaffney Peach I recently spent 29 days in South Carolina with relatives after the death of a dear family member. First, I learned one major lesson, if you live in another state then other people know your relatives way better than you because they get to see the day to […]
Laurel, MD has many older buildings. The one that I think I like best is the Citizens National Bank building. It is now a PNC bank. The Marc station is my second choice.