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The eLearning Guild's Handbook of e-Learning Strategy
September 10, 2007
In many organizations, there is a need to better identify and document a comprehensive learning strategy and to answer the question, "What should we be doing in order to support improved learning and performance?" This e-Book will help you make a broad, fundamental connection between learning, e-Learning, and your organization's mission, business objectives, and the bottom line. Chapters address everything from crafting a focused strategy, to keeping your strategy focused, to change management. Refocus on e-Learning strategy and insure that your e-Learning technology and methodology investments pay off and so you can achieve your e-Learning goals!
This FREE Digital Book was made possible by a generous contribution to its development from Adobe Systems. To learn more about Adobe click HERE.
Access Instructions: Depending on the speed of your internet connection, this document could take a few moments to download because of its size (87 pages in PDF format, ~7.3MB). We urge you to save it to your computer first and then open it.
The content of all Guild eBooks is FREE. You are encouraged to use it, share it, and post it on your Web site and/or your organization’s Intranet. No one is authorized to charge a fee for it or to use it to collect contact information. The PDF file cannot be altered without written permission from The eLearning Guild. We request that reuse or re-distribution of this publication is accompanied by appropriate attribution to The eLearning Guild.
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