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TrainingZONE Newswire #315 – The Future for E-Learning


TrainingZONE Newswire - Issue 315
12 July 2004

1. Feature: The Future for E-Learning
2. Paul Kearns: Business Partners and Control Groups
3. The Way I See It... Creative Training
4. Case Study: E-Learning at Asda
5. Survey: Training Venues 2004

Editor's note
Laptops, PDAs and mobile phone technology are set to revolutionise
the way we e-learn, according to Steve Dineen of fuel Group in this
week's feature looking at the future of e-learning.

Steve predicts that many companies will be delivering up to half of
their e-learning using mobile technology within the next two years.

Are you set to join the mobile revolution? Have your say at:


Claire Savage
Editor, TrainingZONE

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Latest news and features:

Feature: The Future for E-Learning
Steve Dineen, CEO of fuel Group explains how mobile technology will
revolutionise the way we are e-learning.

Bitesize 14: Business Partners and Control Groups
Paul Kearns warns of the problems associated with using control
groups to justify training.

The Way I See It... Creative Training
Clive Lewis explains how and why training professionals should
think creatively.

Case Study: E-Learning at Asda
How Asda implemented an e-learning system that delivers more than
300 courses to the 1,800 staff at its headquarters.

Government Says UK is Closing Skills Gap
Britain is closing the skills gap with its major competitors,
according to a new report.

IIP Champions Show Benefits of Staff Development
Sixteen companies become role models to show organisations how to
get business benefits through training and development.

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Catch-up with the latest questions being asked by the community:

John Gavin asks: what courses are worth doing after completing a

Stacey Barr wants advice on how to beat energy slumps in training

Christina James wants to know who was the originator of the
conscious competence model.

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