eLearning

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27th July 2017

  • eLearning incorporates a broad yet increasingly common range of features. What eLearning Looks Like

  • eLearning can be used in a number of different ways in learning and development. Different Uses of eLearning

  • eLearning has a number of important benefits for the organisation, Learning and Development department, and individual employees. The Benefits of eLearning

  • The drawbacks to eLearning are chiefly concerned with technological limitations, inappropriate use and poorly designed programmes. The Drawbacks to eLearning

  • There are many important factors to consider before deciding whether eLearning should be used in any organisation. Implementing eLearning

  • An eLearning strategy that supports and supplements the existing Learning and Development strategy is an essential pre-requisite. eLearning Strategy

  • There are various forms of eLearning, each of which has different advantages and disadvantages. Forms of eLearning

  • One popular and common aspect of eLearning is to use it in conjunction with a learning management system. Learning Management Systems

  • The decision to evaluate eLearning provision is a major one that requires several important questions to be answered. Evaluation

  • As technology advances so do developments in eLearning: these range from “rapid eLearning” to various asynchronous and synchronous tools, including mLearning, social networking and serious games. Recent eLearning Developments

Summary

eLearning can result in high-quality learning programmes with the advantage that the learning can be accessed anywhere at any time using a mix of different media, such as computers, online tutors and discussion groups.

This topic looks at providing high-quality, cost-effective bespoke eLearning using the various forms of eLearning programmes and considers their benefits and drawbacks.

In Practice

What eLearning Looks Like

eLearning is now thought of as a specific combination of learning provision and technology.

  • It is accessed via the Internet or an organisation's intranet.

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eLearning can result in high-quality learning programmes with the advantage that the learning can be accessed anywhere at any time using a mix of different media, such as computers, online tutors and discussion groups.

This topic looks at providing high-quality, cost-effective bespoke eLearning using the various forms of eLearning programmes and considers their benefits and drawbacks.

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