Delivering E-Learning: A Complete Strategy for Design, Application and Assessment

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Overview

The current way most people look at e-learning is flawed, and this means they are missing its full potential. Delivering E-Learning describes a new and better way of understanding e-learning. Kenneth Fee looks at objections to e-learning and poor past practice before presenting a new strategic approach. Fee places the emphasis firmly on learning, not the technology, de-mystifying the jargon and de-bunking industry myths.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780749453978
  • Publisher: Kogan Page, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 5/1/2009
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 1,134,301
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Kenneth Fee is a learning and development consultant who specializes in e-learning strategy. He has consulted with blue chip clients and designed solutions based on published learning resources. He was founder CEO of the eLearning Alliance. He is also the author of Delivering E-Learning: A Complete Strategy for Design, Application and Assessment also published by Kogan Page.

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Learning in the digital age                                                               

Katie, Devinder and Sam; Natives and immigrants; Technophiles and technophobes; Learning through the ages; Training and learning; About this book; Introducing the Virtual Round Table; How to use this book

1.         Understanding e-learning                                                                            

Common misconceptions; When research doesn’t help; A working definition; The three components of e-learning; A different approach; The five models of e-learning; E-learning 2.0 and learning 2.0; Summary of key points

2.         Advocacy of e-learning                                                                                

Different thinking; Empowering learners; Expectations and engagement; Benefits of e-learning; E-learning and learning styles; Criteria for choosing an e-learning approach; Influencing people; The paradigm shift; The Impact Matrix; Organization development strategies; Taking the lead; When e-learning is not appropriate; Summary of key points

3.         E-learning strategy: development                                                               

What ‘strategy’ is not; What I mean by ‘strategy’; Why you need an e-learning strategy; Where to start; Strategic alignment; Project planning; Strategic questions in e-learning; The essential elements of an e-learning strategy statement; Vendor distractions and diversions; Quality-assuring e-learning; Questions to ask yourself; Summary of key points

4.         E-learning strategy: suppliers and resources                                            

ICT meets HR; The e-learning industry; Vendors; E-learning standards and specifications; What the technology does; Virtual learning environments; Authoring tools; E-assessment; Specialist software; Wikis, blogs, forums and podcasts; Other useful concepts; E-learning suppliers: identifying, classifying, selecting and managing them; Twenty things to be wary of with vendors; Working to a budget; Summary of key points

5.         E-learning strategy: learning design issues                                    

Strategic design; Why design matters; Design for the learner; Design for purpose; The five general principles; Looking at the different models; The route map; Designing live e-learning; Designing self-managed learning; Designing electronic performance support; Micro-design; Summary of key points

6.         E-learning strategy: measurement and results                                          

Making a business case; Five different approaches; Kirkpatrick’s four levels; Return on investment; Return on expectation; Six Sigma; Total value-add; Is e-learning different?; An evaluation checklist; Summary of key points

7.         Learning more about e-learning                                                                 

Personal experience; Self-development; A source of further learning; General reference; Learning in the digital age; Understanding e-learning; Advocacy of e-learning; E-learning strategy: development; E-learning strategy: suppliers and resources; E-learning strategy: learning design issues; E-learning strategy: measurement and results; E-learning in the future; Blogs; My earlier writing; Summary of key points

Epilogue: E-learning in the future                                                                          

Some conclusions; Looking to the future; The exact science of hindsight; What we can do; Some predictions; Beyond the predictable; Summary of all the key points in this book

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