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E-Learning: Strategies for delivering knowledge in the digital age

# E-Learning: Strategies for delivering knowledge in the digital age

Marc J. Rosenberg

Elliott Masie-President,

The MASIE Center

2000

"Marc Rosenberg is one of the key thinkers in the ever changing world of learning and technology. This book offers a pragmatic and powerful set of resources for any organization walking the sometime slippery e-learning pathway."

Internet and intranet technologies offer tremendous opportunities to bring learning into the mainstream of business. E Learning outlines how to develop an organization-wide learning strategy based on cutting-edge technologies and explains the dramatic strategic, organizational, and technology issues involved. Written for professionals responsible for leading the revolution in workplace learning, E-Learning takes a broad, strategic perspective on corporate learning. This wake-up call for executives everywhere discusses: • Requirements for building a viable e-learning strategy • How online learning will change the nature of training organizations • Knowledge management and other new forms of e-learning.

Unlike other technology-focused guides to Web-based training, E-Learning is the first book that tackles the overarching strategic issues--problems facing any organization experimenting with the tremendous promise of Web-based learning and knowledge management.

# Leading E-Learning

William Horton

2001

Here's an easy-to-understand road map that will allow you to take charge of the e-learning initiative in your organization. Training professionals, team leaders of e-learning initiatives, HR executives, or anyone wishing to understand this fundamental change in the training profession will find this book to be a valuable learning tool. In addition to its practical contents, there are interactive "Your Turn" sections and a companion Website that allow you to apply concepts learned in the book. The Website also includes design forms, spreadsheets, live examples, and other resources that will speed your e-learning experience.

This book is for people who want to lead their organization into the e-learning age. It is for those who want to see their organization use e-learning effectively and wisely, not just "do e-learning." It is for those who are willing to honestly deal with the complexities of e learning to achieve its considerable potential. Moreover, it is for those who do not want suppliers and external consultants to take charge of the change, instead they want to lead their organizations into the realm of e learning.

# The Accelerated Learning Field book: Making the Instructional Process Fast, Flexible, and Fun

Lou Russell and Martin Morrow

1999

This is the only comprehensive guide that helps people accelerate their learning. This resource is the most up-to-date and practical research-based book for trainers, managers, teachers, and sales professionals. Users will learn to choose the most appropriate objective for a learning event, use the included music to create a focused learning environment, measure teaching effectiveness, and much more.

The book provides a complete course in a book, giving you the tools you need to ensure that maximum learning and retention are taking place in your training sessions, sales sessions, and classrooms. This book teaches how to improve your communications skills, and identify the best way learners learn.

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