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Evaluating e-learning modules and portals

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I am soon introducing e-learning to our biggest department in our organisation of circa.2000 employees. I'm keen to measure as much evaluation as possible, especially Level 1 reactions to the LMS and the 1st module created for them. If anyone knows of any great articles on this or can share some grteat questions I'd love to read them. Thanks Simon

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  2. Elearning Resources

    Hi Simon,

    I know that you posted this question a while ago but you might still be looking for resources:

    have a look at the elearning industry website, in particular the concept section. There are lots of resources that you might find useful. http://elearningindustry.com/subjects/concepts.

    Also the the resource section from the elearning centre also have some excellent resources that you can use – http://www.e-learningcentre.co.uk/resources/research_articles_and_case_studies/

    I also wrote an article called 7 tips on how to buy an elearning course that you might find useful.

    Best wishes,

    Scott

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