Ask a Question

Ask a QuestionLike many bloggers, I really value the questions that come from readers like you. This is your opportunity to ask questions about instructional design, e-learning, Web 2.0 tools in education, lifelong learning, or anything I write about on this blog. A good question from you might spark a post from me and a discussion with others.

Here’s how it works:

Submit your comment using the form below. I’ll try to answer every question either via email or through a blog post. If I don’t have an answer myself, I may choose to post the question to see if anyone else in the blogosphere can answer your question.


By submitting your question, you’re granting me permission to repost your question so I can answer it in a post if I choose. After all, if you have a question, maybe someone else has a similar one too.

I appreciate having an actual email address so I can contact you, but I promise that it will never be shared. If you want to stay anonymous, let me know and I’ll disguise any identifying information you request.

No General Questions, Please

Please don’t submit general information questions that aren’t related to the topics in this blog. I don’t do math homework or answer grammar questions. (Yes, I’ve gotten requests for those in the past.) You might try a general site like Yahoo Answers for those types of general questions.