Engaging with the New eLearning
Industry studies reveal evident increases in training and development delivered via eLearning, yet disappointing numbers characterizing participation and persistence continue to exist. eLearning enables delivery of both learning and information at will, while dynamically and immediately taping the knowledge of experts and non-experts and catapulting those messages beyond classroom walls and into the workplace. Furthermore, since eLearning achieves its full potential when used repeatedly over time and place by engaged participants, many fail to embrace the virtual approach due to overall impatience and lack of training.
This white paper explores the advantages of eLearning and highlights 12 strategies with focus on virtual learning programs.
San Diego State University
Allison Rossett, long-time professor of educational technology at San Diego State University, is the author of many award-winning books, including First Things Fast. Rossett offers keynotes and workshops across the globe and is the coauthor of the new book, Job Aids and Performance Support: Moving from Knowledge in the Classroom to Knowledge Everywhere.
Antonia Chan, a Fulbright scholar from Panama, received her MA in educational technology from San Diego State University in May 2007. She also holds a BS in Computer Science from Universidad Santa Maria La Antigua, Panama. She is currently an instructional designer supporting leadership development initiatives at Qualcomm in San Diego. Most recently she has been working on mobile learning.
- Adobe Systems, Inc.
- 14 Aug 2008
- 14 Aug 2008
- 13 Page(s)
- White Paper