Relearning To E-Learn

M. S. Bowles
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Published

5 July 2004

ISBN

9780522851304

Pages

208

Imprint

MUP Academic

Relearning To E-Learn

M. S. Bowles
Relearning to E-Learn removes the 'noise and hype' surrounding the field of e-learning and encourages its strategic implementation within corporate and community settings.
E-learning straddles the crossroads where the management of education, training, performance, knowledge, human resources and change collide. Relearning to E-Learn is the result of a 12-month international research project designed to better understand both e-learning and the impact of multiple disciplines and processes within an organisational context.
Relearning to E-learn:
examines the 'second wave' of e-learning implementation
analyses recurring concerns about e-learning development by learners, instructors and organisations
promotes serious rethinking of learning strategies at individual, group and organisational levels
advocates the need for innovative approaches to the design and delivery of learning programs to accommodate individual learner differences
encourages the view that e-learning should not be an isolated activity, but a catalyst and enabler of far-reaching change
offers practical strategies for achieving effective and efficient e-learning.
Relearning to E-Learn removes the 'noise and hype' surrounding the field of e-learning and encourages its strategic implementation within corporate and community settings.
E-learning straddles the crossroads where the management of education, training, performance, knowledge, human resources and change collide. Relearning to E-Learn is the result of a 12-month international research project designed to better understand both e-learning and the impact of multiple disciplines and processes within an organisational context.
Relearning to E-learn:
examines the 'second wave' of e-learning implementation
analyses recurring concerns about e-learning development by learners, instructors and organisations
promotes serious rethinking of learning strategies at individual, group and organisational levels
advocates the need for innovative approaches to the design and delivery of learning programs to accommodate individual learner differences
encourages the view that e-learning should not be an isolated activity, but a catalyst and enabler of far-reaching change
offers practical strategies for achieving effective and efficient e-learning.

About the author

Dr Marcus Bowles has worked with national governments, industry sectors, enterprises (including Forbes 500 listed organisations) and remote communities to facilitate profound social, economic and cultural change. His professional focus is on building viable capability transfer and learning systems. Dr Bowles is director of the Institute for Working Futures and is an author, public commentator, visiting lecturer and consultant.

About M. S. Bowles

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