Liz Hardy PhD is the antidote for online teachers who find themselves overworking and unable to find balance in their lives. Liz is a charismatic, highly experienced online teacher and professional writer with superb insights on working smarter without working harder and making the whole process fun and enjoyable. I highly recommend you check out her superb courses, training and online services today

Andrew Spence, Business Coach and Trainer, AndrewSpenceOnline


Rose Michaels

Dr Hardy has an exemplary knowledge of digital pedagogy – with ten years’ experience plus of managing a range of tertiary level content and a high volume of learners, she understands how to work smart and maximise learners’ experience to achieve the best of outcomes for all stakeholders!

Rose Michaels, Tutor Co-ordinator, Cornerstone Education


Tania McCarthyOh, how I wish [Hunting & Gathering 101] had been available when I started my online teaching role. I soldiered on alone, doing the best I could but a resource like this would have really helped me navigate this new world. Highly recommended to new online teachers and for those of us who have been online for a while and never quite sure if we are doing a good job. Genius!!

Tania McCarthy, Online Facilitator & Education Consultant


Christopher Pappas


[E-learning 101] is a useful resource for e-learning professionals who are looking for an accessible e-learning guide for their students.

Christopher Pappas, Founder, eLearningIndustry



Sue DwanI love [E-learning 101], I really do! It is a mine of information and I love the strategies and tips; love the humour too! It is a fabulous resource for new learners. I couldn’t wait to see what was on the next page!

Sue Dwan, Director, Dwan & Associates


Dena Cowen-Willis
[E-learning Stardom] was right on point for me … your wise words consolidated and nudged my own thoughts. I loved the handy and ‘no excuses’ links. This website really is bursting with excellent advice, thank you!

Dena Cowen- Willis, Learning & Development Advisor, Emerge Aotearoa


Rose Michaels
What really resonates with me is how easy these lessons are to read and navigate – and they’re so relevant! From how to greet students (I love the Welcome template!) – to how to manage nervous or over- zealous students. [Hunting & Gathering 101] will save time and stress!

Rose Michaels, Tutor Co-ordinator, Cornerstone Education


Naomi Wilcox
Interesting and informative – great bite-sized learning! You do great work, Liz!

Naomi Wilcox, Education & Technology Expert,



Helen BaggottDr. Liz’s book is a brilliant piece of psychology. She writes in a chatty, friendly way – don’t fear this is just another dry old piece of text book writing … [E-learning 101] will help you get to grips with what’s ahead and allow you to face up to the challenge of e-learning.

Helen Baggott, Editor, HelenBaggott


Tania McCarthy
Love the way this is written – no academic mumbo jumbo to make me feel inferior on top of any worries about the online teaching role!

Tania McCarthy, Online Facilitator & Education Consultant


Patricia Ragan Stokes
I LOVE the caveman theme and the way it weaves through each lesson. [Hunting & Gathering 101] is well-organized and the images of the caveman drawings are fun and keep me thinking as someone who is in foreign territory needing to start from scratch. I would definitely consult this program as my go to guide.

Patricia Ragan Stokes, Business Teacher, 360teach


Dena Cowen-Willis


I found myself quoting some of the funny sentences to colleagues and drew them into a discussion about e-learning. E-learning 101 was a well thought out and relevant read – I trusted the voice it came from as one who had ‘been there and done it all’ before.

Dena Cowen- Willis, Learning & Development Advisor, Emerge Aotearoa


G C Denwiddie

As a former online Master’s student, I found the book to be extremely helpful and caught myself taking notes. For the person new to e-learning, E-learning 101 provides a practical guide to introduce you to e-learning or help you brush up on your skills.

G. C. Denwiddie, The Indie Book Review



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