Updated by Zaid Ali Alsagoff on Jun 17, 2014
Top e-Learning Movers & Shakers in 2013
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Top e-Learning Movers & Shakers in 2013

The World's most influential e-Learning Professionals in 2013. TEMS13 Winners: http://bit.ly/MoJhEy Top 50 e-Learning Super Heroes: http://bit.ly/1b3q1qZ

Source: http://zaidlearn.blogspot.ca/2013/12/tems13-gamified-scoring-algorithm-to.html

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  1. Zaid Ali Alsagoff

    e-Learning Manager and Fellow of the Centre of Education (ICE) at the International Medical University. He is most known for his blog ZaidLearn and his creatively designed presentations on SlideShare.

  2. Mohamed Amin Embi

    Prof. Dr. Mohamed Amin is a strong proponent of Open Educational Resources and an active contributor of Web 2.0 resources. http://www.scoop.it/t/web-2-0-learning-teaching UKM, Malaysia

  3. Juan Domingo Farnós

    Investigador, Comunicador, docente en e-learning, tecnologías educativas y gestión de l conocimiento, online facilitator, evangelist web 2.0. Santa Barbara, US.

  4. Alfredo Prieto

    Consultor educativo, mentor y formador de profesores #TIC #ABP #JITT #flipped classroom #gamification #teaching #learning
    Blog: http://profesor3punto0.blogspot.com.es/

  5. Nellie Deutsch

    Dr. Nellie Deutsch is a Canadian e-Learning expert, course designer, presenter, author, and mentor to thousands of educators worldwide.

  6. Hasnain Baloch

    Working at IMU as Senior Instructional Designer and doing research in the area of Mobile Collaborative learning at UTM, Johor Malaysia. http://hasnainzafar.wordpress.com/

  7. Amit Garg

    Co-founder of Upside Learning, m-learning evangelist, international speaker and contributor to the Upside Learning Blog.

  8. Miguel Zapata

    Estoy impulsando una nueva concepción de la educación: La personalización. La tecnologia va a conseguir que haya respuestas educativas diversas atendiendo a las distintas situaciones y formas de aprender. Ha acabado el que haya una única propuesta educativa para todos los alumnos. Profesor utilizando tecnología digital en todos los niveles eductivos los últimos 32 años, y desde 1997 en entornos virtuales. Editor de RED y profesor en Universidad de Alcalá, España.

  9. Peter Phillips

    CEO of Unicorn Training, the UK’s “Outstanding Learning Company 2013” and for 25 years a passionate advocate of the creative use of technology to deliver great learning experiences. http://www.unicorntraining.com/ UK

  10. Jane Hart

    An independent Workplace Learning & Collaboration Advisor, writer and international speaker. She founded C4LPT to share information on new learning trends, technologies and tools.

  11. George Siemens

    A writer, theorist, speaker, and researcher on learning, networks, technology, analytics and visualization, openness, and organizational effectiveness in digital environments.

  12. Martin Baker

    Founder and CEO of the Charity Learning Consortium (CLC), comprising over 100 member organisations and supplying e-learning and resources for over 150,000 Third Sector staff and volunteers.

  13. Steve Rayson

    Steve Rayson, of Kineo, now a worldwide player in the corporate online learning sector and recently acquired by City & Guilds.

  14. Steve Wheeler

    Associate Professor of learning technology in the Plymouth Institute of Education at Plymouth University. I chair the Professional Enhanced Learning Conference (Pelecon), and I serve on the editorial boards of a dozen international journals, including the open access publications Research in Learning Technology (formerly ALT-J), Digital Culture and Education, EURODL and IRRODL. I'm a Fellow of the European Distance and E-learning Network (EDEN) and a member of EDEN's NAP steering group.

  15. Stephen Downes

    Works for the National Research Council of Canada where he has served as a Senior Researcher, based in Moncton, New Brunswick, since 2001. Affiliated with the Learning and Collaborative Technologies Group, Institute for Information Technology, Downes specializes in the fields of online learning, new media, pedagogy and philosophy.

  16. Cammy Bean

    Passionate about helping people produce effective elearning & avoiding turning their learners into Zombies

  17. Paul McElvaney

    As CEO of Learning Pool, Paul McElvaney leads a team who deliver tailored online learning solutions to over one million people throughout the UK.

  18. Ammar Merhbi

    Senior Teacher of English/ Edtech Specialist/ Teacher Professional Development. http://about.me/ammarmerhbi

  19. Donald H Taylor

    The power behind the success of the Learning Technologies conference and Chairman of the Institute of Learning and Performance.

  20. Tom Kuhlmann

    One of the world’s best known (rapid) e-learning designers. He is world renown for his Rapid e-Learning Blog and his expertise in PowerPoint and Articulate tools.

  21. Hyungyul Kim

    Professor at the Department of History and Culture of Sookmyung Women’s University, South Korea. Founder of Penguinstep: http://www.penguinstep.net/

  22. Mónica Moya López

    Más pedagoga que maestra. Especializada en Formación de Formadores, E-learning, Aprendizajes Virtuales, TICs, TACs, Tutorías online e Inteligencias Múltiples. Salamanca

  23. Craig Weiss

    An e-learning analyst, expert, author, speaker and thought leader who is CEO of E-Learning 24/7.

  24. Rob Caul

    CEO behind the successful growth of Kallidus. Over 13 years dedicated to e-learning and learning management. Conference speaker on mobile learning. http://www.kallidus.com/ Bristol, UK.

  25. Jane Bozarth

    An internationally known trainer, speaker, and author. A training practitioner for 20 years, Jane is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has an M.Ed.