We have all seen the stats. According to 2011 National Learning and Development Index (Blanchard International), 68.5% of Australian Learning and Development or Training Departments offer e-learning as part of their learning delivery. Yet, ask any group of learning practitioners their perception of e-learning, and the response is generally one of unrealised opportunity.
Recently, Webanywhere, an international e-learning, LMS and website provider, asked Dr Allison Rossett, Dr Jane Bozarth, Bill Brandon and myself our thoughts on the following questions.
- Do you feel learning technologies are currently underutilised by businesses?
- What do you believe are the key benefits of using e-learning technologies for businesses?
- Which e-learning tools have been proven to be most successful for businesses?
Click here to read our thoughts and perspectives, including Jane Bozarth's thoughts on in-house versus outsourcing.
- What have we learned about our e-learning strategy and operations to date?
- What can we improve upon or replicate?
- What are the consequences of not introducing learning technologies to our business and people?
- What do we need to do to realise our opportunity?
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My thanks to Webanywhere for providing me the opportunity to participate on their international e-learning blog.