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  • 1.
  • 2. what is e-Learning?
    E-learning (electronic learning) is a term covering a wide set of applications and processes, such as Web-based learning, computer-based learning, virtual classrooms, and digital collaboration.
    There many different terms which are used interchangeably: technology-based learning, technology-based training, computer-based training, computer-based learning, computer-based instruction, computer-based education, Web-based training, Internet-based training, Intranet-based training, distance education, distance learning, distance training.
  • 3. E-Learning Models
    Technical Training
    Professional Skills
    New-Job-Role Training
    “Update” Training
    “Tip of the Iceberg”
  • 4. Is Online Learning Strategic?The percentage of institutions that agree that online education is critical to their long-term strategy reached its highest level in 2010 (63.1%).
  • 5. Likewise the percent disagreeing is at the lowest level (12.3%) for the eight years of the survey.
  • 6. How Many Students are Learning Online?
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  • 9. What are Typical Barriers for 
Implementing e-Learning?
    Natural resistance to change — people don’t like change. Some students view traveling to class as a vacation from work and could be annoyed by online classes.
    New instructor skills — instructors need to learn new ways of teaching at a distance.
    New technology – new technology creates more problems, requires constant update of software, hardware, and employees skills.
    Course availability – sometimes it is difficult to find exact “off the shelf” e-learning courses, and you have to develop your own e-learning solution which requires more time and money.
    Budget – in many companies, training budgets are set years in advance, and the funding is allocated for traditional training. As you move to e-learning, you’ll find that there are new costs.
  • 10. What does E-Learning Need From
 Your Management Team?
    Realistic expectations –e-learning takes time and effort by each individual student.
    Leadership – manages should know how e-learning works and the best way to do that is to take several e-learning courses.
    Support – some students need management encouragement to keep up their motivation.
  • 11. What are the Basic Styles 
for E-Learning?
    Synchronous
    Self-directed
    Asynchronous learning
  • 12. References
    Henderson A. J. (2003). The E-learning Question and Answer Book. New York, NY: American Management Association.
    The Sloan Consortium, Class Differences: Online Education in the United States, 2010.

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