The AMA Handbook of E-learning: Effective Design, Implementation, and Technology Solutions

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AMACOM, 2003 - Business & Economics - 450 pages
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"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. Topics include:

* analyzing organizational need

* selling e-learning to the organization

* learning management systems

* synchronous collaboration

* learning portals

* repurposing materials

* outsourcing and vendor relations.

Other chapters focus on motivation and retention, technological and software options, measuring ROI, and more."

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Editor George M. Piskurich (Macon, GA) is an organizational learning and performance consultant specializing in e-learning design, performance improvement analysis and intervention, and telecommuting initiatives. He is the author of The ASTD Handbook of Training Design and Delivery and has been a classroom instructor, instructional designer and corporate training director. Contributors include: Bill Ellet and Alaric Naiman, Tom Floyd, Darin Hartley, Paul J. Guglielmino and Lucy M. Guglielmino, Russ Brock, Harvey Singh, Travis Piper, Bray J. Brockbank, Saundra Wall Williams, John Hartnett, Mike Fink, Curtis Kanahele, Patrick M. Hentschell, Larry Israelite and Nanette Dunn, Jennifer Hofmann, Carole Richardson, Brandon Hall, Loretta Donovan, Vicky Phillips, Allan Berger, Thomas J. Labonte, Wayne Turmel, Jim Burrow, Elliott Masie, and Clark Aldrich.

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