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e-Learning 2.0: Proven Practices and Emerging Technologies to Achieve Real Results

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When executed well, e-learning is a powerful way for organizations to save money while providing the kind of up-to-date training and information that will help employees perform better and more efficiently. Unfortunately, all too often, companies are finding that they're spending a huge amount of money for less return than they had hoped. In "e-Learning 2.0," Anita Rosen e ...more
Hardcover, 236 pages
Published January 7th 2009 by AMACOM/American Management Association
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Jan 29, 2010 Sebah rated it liked it
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I think it most suits those who aim at developing websites for educational purposes.


"There are two main delivery modes for e-learning: synchronous and asynchronous.
• In synchronous training, students and teachers meet at a predetermined time for an instructor-led session.
• In asynchronous training, students use material made available through the Web that is complete enough to be used any time, allowing students to access it as needed." (p. 60)

"RSS is a broadcast tool that could also be calle
Oct 18, 2009 E rated it really liked it
Methodical overview of e-learning practices

Training consultant Anita Rosen designed her book to resemble one of the “asynchronous e-learning courses” she describes within its pages. Her presentation on e-learning is exceptionally clear and is filled with very strong content. Rosen explains that you can’t make many of the decisions involved in developing e-learning courses too far in advance, because technology is changing so quickly and new tools are emerging constantly. That said, she does a gr
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