The AMA handbook of e-learning : effective design, implementation, and technology solutions / edited by George M. Piskurich
- Editor's introduction : what is e-learning? / George M. Piskurich -- Introduction : is e-learning better than--? / Bill Ellet and Alaric Naiman -- Analyzing the organization's need for e-learning / Tom Floyd -- Selling e-learning to your organization / Darin Hartley -- Are your learners ready for e-learning? / Paul J. Guglielmino and Lucy M. Guglielmino -- Increasing learner involvement and participation / Russ Brock -- Synchronous collaboration, live e-learning, and beyond / Harvy Singh -- Outsourcing versus insourcing your e-learning projects / Travis Piper -- Learning management systems for e-learning / Bray J. Brockbank -- Discussion groups and chat : electronic tools for building online communities / Saundra Wall Williams -- Bandwidth be damned : why only lazy trainers worry about bandwidth issues / John Hartnett -- Webcasting / Mike Fink -- Learning portals / Curtis Kanahele -- Making the internal/external decision / Patrick M. Hentschell -- Clicking with vendors : what to ask your e-learning vendor before you get involved / John Hartnett -- Designing asynchronous learning / Larry Israelite and Nanette Dunn -- Getting ready for synchronous e-learning / Jennifer Hofmann -- Repurposing materials for e-learning / Carole Richardson -- Using technologies in a blended learning curriculum / Brandon Hall -- Implementing e-learning / Loretta Donovan -- Keeping e-learning going : motivating and retaining e-learners / Vicky Phillips -- How do I choose e-learning software that will keep going and going? / Allan Berger -- E-learning and performance / Thomas J. LaBonte -- Evaluating your e-learning implementation / Wayne Turmel -- Level III evaluation of e-learning / Jim Burrow -- E-learning, the near future / Elliott Masie -- Global learning, 2008 / Clark Aldrich.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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