Free E-learning 101 report – keeping it simple part 2

April 18, 2007

elearning101_cover.jpgHere is a link to an E-Learning 101 report I wrote. (2 MBs, PDF, Zipped) You are encouraged to share this report with colleagues and post it on your Web site and/or your organizations Intranet, citing Brandon Hall Research as the source. (This report may not, however, be modified or resold.) More free downloads are available when you sign up for the Brandon Hall Research weekly newsletter (bottom left of this blog).

  • What is e-learning?
  • What types of organizations use e-learning?
  • How do you know whether e-learning is right for your organizations?
  • What is e-learning used for?
  • How does someone learn online?
  • What if someone is not very good on the computer?
  • What does e-learning look like?
  • How is e-learning different from Web sites?
  • What type of interaction is used in e-learning?
  • Why would I use traditional classroom instruction over e-learning?
  • What different types of e-learning tools are available?
  • What type of team does an organization need to implement e-learning?
  • How do I know what tools and methods are right for my organization?
  • What industry standards are associated with e-learning?
  • What is asynchronous and synchronous e-learning?
  • What is blended learning?
  • What type of infrastructure is required to support e-learning?
  • What are the advantages/disadvantages associated with e-learning?
  • How do you measure the effectiveness of e-learning?
  • How long does it take to develop a typical e-learning course?
  • What are the various delivery systems for e-learning?
  • What is an LMS? LCMS?
  • What is beyond the e-learning of today?

This primer includes a sixteen page glossary of e-learning terms from ADDIE to WYSIWYG.

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