Relearning To E-Learn
Bowles, M. S.
"Relearning to E-Learn removes the 'noise and hype' surrounding the field of e-learning and encourages its strategic implementation within corporate and community settings.
E-learning straddles the crossroads where the management of education, training, performance, knowledge, human resources and change collide. Relearning to E-Learn is the result of a 12-month international research project designed to better understand both e-learning and the impact of multiple disciplines and processes within an organisational context.
Relearning to E-learn-
• examines the 'second wave' of e-learning implementation
• analyses recurring concerns about e-learning development by learners, instructors and organisations
• promotes serious rethinking of learning strategies at individual, group and organisational levels
• advocates the need for innovative approaches to the design and delivery of learning programs to accommodate individual learner differences
• encourages the view that e-learning should not be an isolated activity, but a catalyst and enabler of far-reaching change
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