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

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ISBN-10: 0749453974

ISBN-13: 9780749453978

Edition: 2009

Authors: Kenneth Fee

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List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Kogan Page, Limited
Publication date: 5/1/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 192
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Mike Bryon is an expert in psychometrics and training solutions. He is also the author of The Advanced Numeracy Test Workbook, The Numeracy Test Workbook, How to Pass Graduate Psychometric Tests , Graduate Psychometric Test Workbook, How to Pass the Civil Service Qualifying Tests, How to Pass Selection Tests, How to Pass Technical Selection Tests and The Ultimate Psychometric Test Book, How to Pass Secondary School Selection Tests, How to Pass the GMAT, How to Pass Advanced Numeracy Tests, How to Pass Advanced Verbal reasoning Tests, How to Pass the UK's National Firefighter Selection Tests, Psychometric Tests volume 1 CD ROM, Test Your Aptitude volume 1 CD ROM and Test Your IQ volume 1 CD…    

List of figures
List of tables
About the author
Foreword
Acknowledgements
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Glossary of technical terms in e-learning
Index