My story

I started my career as an English teacher in 2004. Since then, I have felt a keen interest in technology as an enabler and enhancer of learning processes. In 2009, I started to research into eLearning, the research was part of my M.A. thesis on Applied Linguistics (sub-field Computer Assisted Language Learning). This project allowed me to successfully complete an internship at United Nations Headquarters, where I had the opportunity to evaluate eLearning as well as instructor-led courses. At that moment, I fell in love with eLearning and instructional design. In 2010, I started to work as an instructional designer for companies in Argentina. And since then, this inner desire to create something new every day has been stronger and stronger :)

I currently work as a freelance consultant helping companies design, implement and evaluate mLearning and eLearning solutions. I am an ASTD´s Published Author and a Featured Contributor Writer for Learning Solutions Magazine (from the eLearning Guild).

This is my personal blog where I share my insights into the creative design of learning experiences.

6 thoughts on “My story

  1. Wow, superb weblog format! How long have you ever been running a blog for? you made running a blog look easy. The overall look of your web site is fantastic, as neatly as the content!

  2. Good day. I went through your blog and its quite impressive. I am starting out my career as an instructional designer. I would like to know if you mentor people or not?

  3. I just recently retired (age = 60) and I now spend time on the internet … looking for ways to “give back” to … or, in this case “challenge” people.

    In reading your bio it would seem that some of the “text analytic” work I had been doing (for companies like Kraft, Nestle, CVS) might be of interest/challenge to you?

    Anyway, I guess we’ll see where this takes us.

    Ken Kranz
    The best way to predict the future is to invent it. – Alan Kay

    • Hi,
      If this is an offer for mentorship, then I am definitely grabbing it. Unless I misunderstood the flow of the text.
      How do I get in touch with you?

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