News and help with e-learning

29th Aug 2000
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From this week’s "Dispatch" from Brandon Hall:

Real-world best practice in e-learning

Download your complimentary executive summary of the research report "E-Learning Across the Enterprise: The Benchmarking Study of Best Practices." It spans 10 US and foreign companies with the most significant e-learning success stories, including: Air Canada, Cisco Systems, Dell, Ernst & Young, IBM, Rockwell Collins, Shell (Holland), Unipart (U.K.), the U.S. Navy, and Verizon (formerly GTE).

From strategic planning through implementing and evaluating, "E-Learning Across the Enterprise" offers in-depth knowledge and experience from world-class initiatives to help you avoid re-creating the e-learning wheel.

A pre-publication copy of the report is available for purchase. The final report will be available on the web site in early September.

Defining e-learning buzzwords

Visit our e-learning glossary to find definitions and clarification of terms such as knowledge management system, learning environment and synchronous vs. live e-learning. This is an ongoing process of building the glossary, so if you are confused about a term or phrase you recently heard, or would like to suggest an addition, email us at mailto:[email protected]

Building the business case for e-learning: Call for stories

E-learning is here to stay, but how do you convince upper management that it makes sense for your organization? We invite you to share your successful -- or not-so-successful -- stories.

From initial talks through final presentation and follow-up, we want to hear the process, questions from the top, trials and tribulations, how you overcame challenges and final outcome. To share your story or for more information, please email your name, company name, telephone number and email address to: mailto:[email protected]

Stay tuned for a compilation of these stories, plus a kit of how-tos, available at early next year.

Let's build a library - an E-Learning Evaluation Library

We're creating a virtual, searchable library of unpublished papers and reports on evaluation tools for e-learning, including each of the Kirkpatrick model's four levels (including ROI) and new e-learning evaluation tools.

To make a contribution, please email your name, company name, phone number, email address and topic to: mailto:[email protected]

Contributors will receive free access to the library, which will be available online this November. The E-Library also kicks off the start of our next benchmarking study -- E-Learning Metrics.

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