OECD Report predicts online learning

I recently scanned the report, Education at a Glance 2012 OECD indicators and a paragraph on P485 caught my attention. It was the only mention of online learning that I could find in the report. (There was no mention of ‘eLearning’). However, what it said is significant for many of us. Even though it is […]

We want eLearning – Now what? Part 6 – Achieving success

This is the final post in a six part series on implementing eLearning. For your eLearning to be successful and give you value for money, people need to use it. As with any major change, a good implementation plan and strategy for supporting change is needed. The type and cost of the support needed will […]

Integrating work and online learning

I recently attended the annual conference for the Australian Institute of Training and Development. At the conference, Charles Jennings spoke about a learning framework, 70:20:10, that recognised the significance of structured informal learning. He also stated that there is less incentive to take people away from work and put them in a classroom. Roger Collins […]