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#33: Use e-Learning To "Info-Include"

e-Learning is a very good way to allow people to acquaint themselves with computers and the Internet. If you have "info-excluded" people that you want to involve and gain exposure to IT, try e-Learning with any content that helps this person to develop their competency on the job.

~Etelberto Costa

#33: 數位學習的學習指引



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#32: Use e-Learning To Solve Specific "Pain Points"

Don’t go for an all-out Napoleonic attack with e-Learning, it might just result in your Waterloo. Rather, focus on a few pain points that can be best solved with e-Learning and just go after these.

~Maish Nichani
~eLearning Post

#32: 運用數位學習解決特別的"痛處"



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#31: Practice Safe e-Learning

For your first attempt to launch e-Learning in a slightly skeptical organization which has accepted the Business Case but is awaiting the outcome with interest, select a topic of enterprise wide significance which is needed by as many employees as possible and has to be delivered in a very short time. The message is to focus on an operational problem/challenge, see it as an opportunity to "’sell" the e-Learning, produce something good but simple and practical, and go for it.  Don’t begin with management development topics where the immediate gain may prove more difficult to specify to everyone’s satisfaction. Be safe, but effective.

~Graeme Fraser
~Cramond Frasers

#31: 一個漸近式的數位學習導入方式



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#30: Look For Grants In All The Right Places

For associations and other non-profits, look for grants and other funding sources to get started in distance learning.  We identified three curriculum development projects of key importance to the conservation profession and I was able to find funding for at least portions of all three, including assistance for our initial venture into distance learning.  Once we  gain  experience, expertise, a body of courses, and (happy) learners, we anticipate that future projects will be more time and cost-effective.

~Eric Pourchot, Ph.D.
~Am. Inst. For Conservation of Historic & Artistic Works

#30: 在對的地方尋求資源

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#29: e-Learning = Change

Treat e-Learning as a "Change Initiative," not just another training program. E-Learning will represent a behavior change for most employees so you and your trainers need to act as "change agents."  If your organization has a Change Management discipline, use some of the techniques to guide you as you implement.

~Lela Rotondo
~Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield

#29: 數位學習=訓練轉型


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#28: Don’t Get Myopic About e-Learning

E-Learning is only one of the many, many resources available to you to meet your organization’s learning needs. Use it appropriately.  I got caught up in the hype until I was forced to step back and gain perspective about all the available tools and resources. As a result, my toolbox is now equipped to handle each job in a more effective and efficient manner.

~Bob Huebner
~Virginia Credit Union, Inc.

#28: 數位學習不是萬靈丹


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#27: Start From Square One

Analyze if/when online learning makes sense in your organization. Perform a needs analysis. Is there management buy-in? Do learners have access to the right equipment and software? Analyze which e-Learning delivery method is best: Blended/Hybrid Courses (part classroom, part online); Synchronous (online course, with instruction taking place in real-time via the Internet); Asynchronous (courses taken independently with minimal instructor support).

~Kathy Lents
~HouseHold International, Inc.

#27: 從頭開始





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