The third week is, as expected, more complex. There seem to be a number of things we don’t anticipate using, or didn’t know we *could* use, so it’s really a learning experience. (I enjoy the bumper sticker: “Oh, No, Not another Learning Experience!”)

Our real AWI site is coming along nicely. I don’t understand, from the lesson, whether it is GOOD or BAD to force timezones. Perhaps the lesson was written by an economist, “On one hand . . . but on the other hand . . .”

My biggest concern at this point is how to create stimulating eLearning content from my very dry subject matter, and how to create activities which can be ‘graded’ so my design professionals can receive continuing education credits from their respective organization based on taking our courses.