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Title The AMA handbook of e-learning : effective design, implementation, and technology solutions / edited by George M. Piskurich.
Imprint New York : AMACOM, [2003]

Subject Employees -- Training of -- Computer-assisted instruction -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Employees -- Training of -- Data processing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Internet in education -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Alt Name Piskurich, George M.
Description 1 online resource (vii, 450 pages) : illustrations
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Editor's introduction : what is e-learning? / George M. Piskurich -- Introduction : is e-learning better than--? / Bill Ellet, 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, 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, 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.
Summary This authoritative sourcebook is a timely decision-making tool for companies making the transition to (or already using) e-learning. Featuring all-original contributions from high-profile practitioners and renowned theorists, the book reveals how top companies are implementing and using this crucial employee development tool.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780814413166 (electronic bk.)
0814413161 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 70746580
Additional Format Print version: AMA handbook of e-learning. New York : AMACOM, ©2003 9780814407219 (DLC) 2003000649 (OCoLC)50782961

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