ERIC Number: ED471267
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002
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The E-Learning Revolution: How Technology Is Driving a New Training Paradigm.
This book, which is written from the perspective of a practicing human resources manager, presents 17 case studies illustrating how technology is driving a new training paradigm. The case studies support 21 propositions regarding training in the e- learning (electronic learning) revolution, including the following:(1) the Internet changes everything, including training; (2) the drivers of Internet activity are business and commercial, and they will shape and foreshadow developments in training; (3) training will move from events to interventions; (4) the distinction between learning and training is of value and should be maintained; (5) the distinctions among knowledge management, performance management, and training will blur; (6) a new paradigm based on learner-centered interventions and drawing on business, learning, and traditional training models will emerge; (7) training managers should identify the appropriate wins in their organizations rather than let the availability of technology determine their agenda; (8) e-learning will be most effective for acquisition of knowledge and least effective where interpersonal interaction is needed for learning; (9) e-learning will be most effective as part of a systematic approach involving classroom and experiential learning with appropriate support; and (10) social integration is emerging as a key political issue. Sixteen tables/figures and 32 focus points are included along with 89 chapter endnotes. (MN)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Adult Education, Case Studies, Change Strategies, College Programs, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Uses in Education, Corporate Education, Corporations, Data Processing, Delivery Systems, Distance Education, Economic Change, Economic Development, Education Work Relationship, Educational Change, Educational Demand, Educational Needs, Educational Supply, Educational Technology, Educational Theories, Educational Trends, Employment Practices, Influences, Instructional Development, Internet, Labor Force Development, Learning Processes, Learning Theories, Models, Needs Assessment, Online Courses, Organizational Development, Postsecondary Education, Social Integration, Systems Approach, Teacher Role, Teacher Student Relationship, Technological Advancement, Theory Practice Relationship, Trainers, Training, Training Methods, Training Objectives, Trend Analysis, Universities, Virtual Classrooms, Web Based Instruction
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