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Do you know of any documents/ articles that identifys best practice for e-learning


Please can anyone help, I am currently conducting research to help determine what best practice principles are for the implmentation of e-learning.
Faye Stockley

5 Responses

  1. Every Case is Different
    I am sure that a number of contributors will come forward with their ideas, but I thought I would mention the latest views from the CIPD.

    In their just-released report on e-learning, they would appear to suggest that (at least with the companies they approached), there was not one blue print for success.

    This reflects my own experience over the last few years, where I quickly realised that e-learning means different things to each organisation and to be truly effective, it’s not been appropriate to “fit square pegs into round holes”.

    Yes, there are undoubtedly some good rules of thumb, but I would make sure you first ask, “would that really work here?”, before embedding it into your own strategy.

  2. E-learning articles
    If you look through TrainingZONE’s E-learning digest you will find a lot of useful advice. Kieran Levis’s articles in particular do a lot to explain why uptake and success rates have varied so much.

    A large proportion of the material we have published about e-learning in the past year agrees with Tim: it has been shown again and again that implementation has to be geared very carefully to the particular existing circumstances.

  3. Free guide
    We’ve published a free guide for those considering e-learning, which can be downloaded from TrainingZONE here.

  4. E-learning Guides
    The book ‘E-Moderating’ by Gilly Salmon, is an excellent source of comprehensive, research-based e-learning information.

    The author has many years of experience in teaching and long distance learning and has devoted many years to research into e-learning. I would recommend it to anyone involved in the implementation of e-learning.

  5. “E-Learning Strategies: How to Get Implementation and Delivery R
    At the risk of being accused of blatant self-promotion, my book — E-Learning Strategies: How to Get Implementation and Delivery Right First Time — was written to answer this very question.
    This book is available from the Blackwell’s Bookstore.


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