E-learning no traballo

E-learning no traballo

Exploring e-learning myths

Exploring e-learning myths - "e-Learning came to forefront for taking the traditional classroom training model and applying technology advancements to create new ways to learn. However, each advancement in e-Learning has also resulted in new obstacles. This continual struggle has helped spawn some popular e-Learning myths that deserve exploration. Understanding these myths can help companies realize the business value of e-Learning while avoiding some of the pitfalls surrounding it. Since three is a mystical number, let's explore three popular e-Learning myths." Kimberley Wood, Learning & Training Innovations Magazine, 21 April 2005 Exploring e-learning myths Three myths are: Standards make tracking learning easy Analytics will... [E-Learning Centre]

Los cuatro errores más frecuentes en eLearning Corporativo

Los cuatro errores más frecuentes en eLearning Corporativo - Dejándonos de palabrería y yendo al grano, ¿por qué no es efectivo el eLearning Corporativo, en aquellas empresas que dicen que no les funciona? Sólo hay cuatro razones principales. Por Íñigo Babot ... (Sigue) [Elearningworkshops]

Formar a los empleados en línea, opción rentable para las empresas

Formar a los empleados en línea, opción rentable para las empresas

Si el 'e-learning' resulta un método de aprendizaje atractivo para los alumnos, las compañías también se animan cada vez más a formar a sus empleados a través de la enseñanza en línea. El año pasado supuso el 5,5% de la formación empresarial frente al 2,8% del 2002, según los datos del Grupo Doxa, una consultora de educación que ha hecho una valoración de resultados de sesenta compañías españolas. (Sigue)

El Norte de Castilla, 12/09/04

Online learning can revolutionise companies - AME Info

Online learning can revolutionise companies - AME Info - Introducing e-learning into a company can revolutionise training methods , according to Abdulqader al Khaja, CEO of knowledgenetwork (knet), the Dubai-based training and learning consultancy. 'Online learning is not just about using electronic words i [Online Learning Update]

Five principles for procuring an enterprise e-learning solution

Five principles for procuring an enterprise e-learning solution - "If your institution is thinking about moving to an enterprise e-learning solution, having a solid plan in place that sets priorities, establishes a realistic timeline, involves key constituents, and ensures necessary funding is critical to achieving success. Having worked with diverse institutions around the world in the selection and implementation of their enterprise e-learning solutions, WebCT has put together some basic guidelines and practical tips to help your institution identify and procure an enterprise e-learning solution that will meet your immediate and long-term needs." Karen Gage, VP MArketing, WebCT In Converge, June 2004 Five principles for procuring an enterprise e-learning... [E-Learning Centre]

Business blogging moving mainstream - Reuters

Business blogging moving mainstream - Reuters - In a sign blogs are moving mainstream, major technology companies, including Microsoft Corp. and International Business Machines Corp.came together at a recent conference to discuss the profit potential of the Web publishing format. The growth in the n [Techno-News Blog]

Oracle y Macromedia se asocian en proyecto de eLearning empresarial

Oracle y Macromedia se asocian en proyecto de eLearning empresarial

Oracle y Macromedia se asocian para conducir la próxima fase del eLearning empresarial.
El nuevo Centro de Recursos de Contenidos ayuda a las empresas a incrementar la efectividad y el ROI del eLearning. (Sigue)

DiarioTI.com, 21/07/04

Experto español analizó en la Universidad Santa María el uso de las nuevas tecnologías en la empresa

Experto español analizó en la Universidad Santa María el uso de las nuevas tecnologías en la empresa - Mayor información, gestión del conocimiento, velocidad en la toma de decisiones y automatización de las tareas, entre otros, fueron los ejes de la conferencia que dictó el académico Joseph Coll, organ... (Sigue) [Elearningworkshops]

The evolution of the learning content management system

The evolution of the learning content management system

We're in the midst of an e-learning revolution, which brings with it rapid change, a myriad of emerging technologies, and greater opportunities to generate significant business returns on e-learning investments. During this period, technology has progressed in a series of evolutionary stages, which have had an increasingly profound impact upon the speed, content ownership, cost, flexibility, and business benefits of e-learning solutions. Reviewing the last five years of market developments reveals the emergence of LCMSs as a platform of choice for many companies seeking fast deployment of e-learning.

Customised training around need and motivation is e-learning's key

Customised training around need and motivation is e-learning's key

Now that we all know the basics, customising your training program is the key to getting more out of existing information technology investments. But as the saying goes: available, cheap, effective - choose any two. It's time to be careful out there. Eric Wilson, The Sydney Morning Herald, 16 March 2004.

The problems with training (and what to do about it)

The problems with training (and what to do about it)

For a few years I worked with Vanessa Longacre planning training sessions and educational events at Microsoft. We covered topics such as project management, leadership, design and usability, and used every training format, from large 500 person events, to lectures, to small group workshops, to anything else we could think of. We learned tons of stuff along the way and being teacherly in spirit, we’d like to share some of that with you. Please note: this essay is more about larger training sessions than about how to actually teach something. Scott Berkun (with Vanessa Longacre) UIWEB.com, February 2004.

e-Performance at work: eFollow up

e-Performance at work: eFollow up

Most experts agree that altering behaviors requires consistency. When you set expectations, clarify benefits, provide milestones, check progress regularly, and recognize blunders, people are more likely to achieve their goals. We contend that the failure of many performance interventions is due in part to a lack of appropriate follow-up strategies. Even when employees approach performance initiatives with enthusiasm, work load increases and old priorities resurface—and so do old patterns and old behaviors. But if training and performance practitioners could automate follow-up strategies, perhaps our initiatives would be more successful. Tony Karrer And Elizabeth Gardner, Learning Circuits, March 2004.

Training

Training

A good rule of thumb is that only 30% of your technology spending should go to hardware and software, and a full 70% should go to training and support. Training is essential to an effective use of technology in your organization; without it staff will waste substantial time and money. It should be an integral part of your technology plan, and of your budget.  Techsoup.

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