I’m excited to say that it’s finally happened to me. Today, one of my presentations, “Comparing Instructional Design Models,” made it to the home page of Slideshare — even it was only for a little while. Earlier today, I received the following email:
Unfortunately, I missed capturing the link on Slideshare’s homepage. But I have to say that I am “Wowed!” I heard all this today from a colleague and friend Kevin Thorn, who said he saw one of my presentations get tweeted. So that’s pretty cool. Somebody I don’t know (that’s Mike Taylor) found one of my presentations and decided to share it. That’s awesome! Glad I could help. Since this was new to me, I decided to search twitter to see if I could find out who all were interested in my presentation today. And I found this:
Now, I am pleased to say that my friend Kevin (that’s him above as LearnNuggets) retweeted the original tweet, and then it got retweeted multiple times. The folks who retweeted the presentation include folks that I admire and follow myself, such as Cammy Bean at Kineo and Dr. Allison Rossett at San Diego State.
So, what’s the stuff that caused this reaction? It’s this presentation:
I decided this semester that I would publish all my slides for my “Developing Interactive Learning Environments” course into Slideshare just to see what happens. I guess I got my answer.
2 embeds other than me.
So, why has this presentation resonated with others? What did you like, dislike, or abhor about it? Thanks everybody for making me feel appreciated today.