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Making Asynchronous e-Learning Work

Since the 1990s, many corporate universities and training departments have been moving away from instructor-led, classroom training and toward asynchronous e-learning solutions. This presentation examines benefits & challenges of asynchronous e-learning.
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Tammy Rice-Bailey

on 20 April 2010

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Transcript of Making Asynchronous e-Learning Work

Corporate Universities and Training Departments Instructor-Led Training (ILT)? cost scheduling administration travel deployment/logistics time and space and resource issues Consider Audience Establish ethos? Reach? Content e-Learning? Portable! Just in Time (JIT)! Low cost (after development)! efficient standardized predictable Engage? What do they want? What do they need? ...or the "McDonaldization" of learning? How do we develop and train our employees? The solution? Then what about... But... Design Pedagogy Feedback Interaction Assessment No zombies mindlessly clicking! Adult learning principles/ research define Allow the learners to... interview What does our presentation do? interpret
structure build learn! Engaged?
Passive? Considerations
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