Getting Started in e-Learning: Learning 2.0

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November 15, 2010

The eLearning Guild Getting Started series of reports will help you understand the concepts common to e-Learning design, development, and delivery. We base each report on eLearning Guild member data and the experience and insights of many people and organizations including this report’s author. Guild members with more experience have learned important lessons along the way that will be helpful to you as you get started. Each report will help you make sense of the options and evaluate both your and your organization’s needs.

Learning 2.0 involves the use of new Internet communication, collaboration, and content sharing technologies (social media) for formal and informal instruction, to support the rapidly changing nature of work and the need to learn when and wherever needed.

In this report, author Patti Shank analyzes social media usage habits and attitudes among eLearning Guild members, examines the top social media technologies and the benefits they provide for e-Learning, and explains how these technologies are being employed by Guild member organizations.

Get up to speed on these new social media tools and take advantage of the lessons learned from others as you evaluate your options and build a plan for incorporating e-Learning 2.0 into your organization. Download this report today.

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In this report, author Patti Shank analyzes social media usage habits and attitudes among eLearning Guild members, examines the top social media technologies and the benefits they provide for e-Learning, and explains how these technologies are being employed by Guild member organizations.

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