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The Anatomy of an eLearning Course

August 20, 2011
The Anatomy of an eLearning Course

In the previous posts on this topic, we discussed the advantages that eLearning offers to organizations and the challenges that they face while implementing elearning. We are now ready to drill deeper into eLearning and understand what it constitutes, because only if we do so we would realize why developing an elearning application is so different from developing other...

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e-learning for Corporate Skill-building – The Possibilities

June 14, 2011
e-learning for Corporate Skill-building – The Possibilities

We all know that in the long run e-learning is less expensive. It is less expensive because of the following reasons: Multiple Roll-Outs No Distribution Costs Reduced Trainer Time Reduced Trainee Time Standardization of Quality I accept it, you accept it, and we all accept it; so let us set it aside, and look at what else e-learning can...

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Corporate e-Learning – Mythology, Ideology, and Reality

May 26, 2011
Corporate e-Learning – Mythology, Ideology, and Reality

The last two decades saw many organizations jump on the e-learning bandwagon expecting  that it would help set them on a fast track towards their goal of training cost reduction. We all know that training departments have traditionally been seen as “overhead departments” or departments that incur costs but do not “directly” contribute to revenue generation. The training department’s...

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