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By Tom M Kelly, Nader Nanjiani

The company Case for E-Learning is the 1st ebook that demonstrates the productiveness profits supplied through web studying via a distinct method combining e-communication, e-training, and e-assessment. past idea, The enterprise Case for E-Learning relies on useful event in constructing and deploying courses that bolster profitability. This booklet will give you sensible techniques for most sensible practices and go back on funding and gives classes discovered from real-world stories.

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Run an administrative system parallel to the content-development process to manage, track, assess, and prescribe customized content for any given learner. The process generates feedback using the assessment and accountability tools for improvement in development and delivery processes. Specific development or productivity advantages derived from this model include the following: ♦ Reduced redevelopment of related or redundant training content ♦ Reduced number of SME interviews, returning key technical resources to higher-value job roles ♦ Reduced number of resources focused on routine development tasks, allowing for greater focus on scaling key tasks or resources ♦ Reduced redevelopment based on misleading feedback ♦ Increased speed of development or time to market E-training at Cisco is closely tied to assessment.

E-communication refers to the information, communication, collaboration, and knowledge sharing that takes place in an organization. E-training, on the other hand, refers to training delivered through electronic media. Finally, e-assessment refers to the evaluation (through exams, tests, quizzes, and certifications) of content understanding and retention. The following sections review each of the three components in more detail. 38 Part I: Understanding the Business Impact of E-Learning Part I: Understanding the Business Impact of E-Learning 39 E-Communication Organizations often refer to e-communication as knowledge sharing.

However, this question isn't as simple as it first appears. This approach represents, at best, a patch (and, at worst, a waste of resources). Merely digitizing material developed for the classroom and making in available online usually results in suboptimal content and low satisfaction levels among learners. If an organization has no other way to present the material, this is a viable option. It is also a viable option for those organizations 40 Part I: Understanding the Business Impact of E-Learning Part I: Understanding the Business Impact of E-Learning 41 that consider this a first step, one that moves the audience toward the web.

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