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E-learning Course Design
This article provides hints for the design of e-learning courses with regard to target audience, navigation, objectives, motivation, media, interactivity, assessment, aesthetics, tool selection, and evaluation.

it elearning  formative evaluation. Target Audience It is essential to begin by identifying the target audience and determining both how much they already know about the topic and whether they have the necessary computer skills to access and complete the course. Objectives Critical for helping learners get the most out of an e-learning experience is a clear statement of learning objectives. You should consider attitude objectives as well as knowledge and skill objectives. You should state these objectives in Read More...

Content as a Service: a New Model for E-learning Content Delivery
How can a company ensure that users are taking the “right” course if they do not identify and understand their strategy for content delivery? Can content be hastily rounded up and integrated with the organization's learning management system (LMS)? On the surface, this appears to handle the situation, but this is far from the case. Find out why content-as-a-service is a superior solution for effective online training.

it elearning  the company does realize it needs to provide this training and have the ability to record and report on the results. Solution The iContent offering via iContent Learning provides an easy, fast, low-cost way to deliver eLearning to external users. iContent Learning allows for custom branded sites to reflect a company s logo and color scheme for all or groups of users. iContent Learning allows user self-registration to remove the burden of loading users. iContent Learning includes the management, hosting, Read More...
Learning Management Suite (LMS)
These are tools for managing, creating, scheduling training or learning in your organization. The terminology varies from vendor to vendor. Learning management systems (LMS) typically help to ma...
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E-learning and Organizational Culture
The success of an e-learning initiative depends as much on the people and culture of the organization as it does on the technology used. Several corporate cultural factors that affect the success of an e-learning implementation are discussed and illustrated.

it elearning  of the organization as it does on the technology used. So what is culture? One of American comedian and pop icon Jerry Seinfeld s favorite show business stories goes something like this: One cold winter s day, the members of the Glenn Miller Orchestra are on their way to a gig when their bus breaks down. So the musicians grab their instruments and start walking. Before long, they come across a cozy little house. Inside, a family is sitting around the dinner table, talking, laughing, clearly enjoying each Read More...
E-learning Benefits and ROI Comparison of E-learning versus Traditional Training
You’re considering a move from traditional training to e-learning, but you’re not sure if the returns will be significant. In fact, employees are better able to retain and transfer what they’ve learned with Web-based training (WBT) and computer-based training (CBT). And typically, with these methods, the time a worker spends being trained is reduced by about 40 percent. Learn more about how e-learning can benefit you.

it elearning  cheaper over 2-3 years), it is also better. People learn better with e-learning. They remember what they learn more accurately and longer (retention) and they are better able to use what they learn to improve their performance (transfer). Across many different studies and reports from the military, education and industry show 15-25% increases in learning achievement. Example of ROI Calculations Assuming a traditional classroom training plan that includes 500 trainees who each experience a week of Read More...
Enterprise Impact Simulation - Making It Happen
Before c-commerce bad estimates and unintended impacts were issues businesses managed. Cost and schedule overruns and disruptions to the business caused by IT projects were an internal affair. Not any more. Not when the business participates in a c-commerce alliance. EIS brings a new IT operating model, which will transform IT software development into a true engineering discipline.

it elearning  Impact Simulation - Making It Happen Enterprise Impact Simulation - Making It Happen William Walton - March 26, 2001 Read Comments EIS-enabled IT The demand for Enterprise Impact Simulation (EIS) is driven by collaborative commerce, enabled by IT. Businesses engaged in c-commerce run on Internet time. Change-readiness is the watchword. The predictive capabilities of EIS deliver change-readiness. Two specific predictions are particularly relevant to the demands of c-commerce. The first is the accurate pred Read More...
Beware of Legacy Data - It Can Be Lethal
Legacy data can be lethal to your expensive new application – two case studies and some practical recommendations.

it elearning  of Legacy Data - It Can Be Lethal Beware of Legacy Data - It Can Be Lethal Jan Mulder - August 23, 2002 Read Comments Beware of Legacy Data It Can Be Lethal Featured Author - Jan Mulder - August 23, 2002 Introduction The term legacy is mostly used for applications. For example, according to the Foldoc dictionary, legacy is: A computer system or application program which continues to be used because of the cost of replacing or redesigning it and often despite its poor competitiveness and compatibility Read More...
Trends in IT Needs, Purchasing, and Strategy
Is there a tension between the people authorizing IT spending in your company and those determining the needs? The roles of each C-level position, combined with current approaches to IT, may tell the story of how “strategic” your IT systems really are. More importantly, this tension underscores the involvement IT must have in understanding and participating in determining needs. <!--more--> I

it elearning  Trends in IT Needs, Purchasing, and Strategy » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more about Read More...
The Whitelisting of America: Security for IT
Once upon a time around 1995, the well-known American agency, the National Security Agency (NSA), decided that there was no computer operating system that was adequately secure for their needs.  In analyzing the risks, they found that while UNIX was the most secure, they needed additional protection. They looked at the industry of anti-virus protection, at problems with Trojan software, at the

it elearning  of America: Security for IT » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more about TEC s software Read More...
When Is It Time to Re-implement?
One "universal truth" still remains with all ERP systems deployed in companies today. Change in your business model is inevitable and if you do not readjust your ERP systems to support the change, your system can (and probably will), cripple your organization.

it elearning  When Is It Time to Re-implement? When Is It Time to Re-implement? Bill Cone - November 27, 2004 Read Comments When Is It Time to Re-implement? Featured Author - Bill Cone - November 27, 2004 Introduction One universal truth still remains with all ERP systems deployed in companies today. Change in your business model is inevitable and if you do not readjust your ERP systems to support the change, your system can ( and probably will ), cripple your organization. Change is good news for most Read More...
IT Infrastructure Trends in Banking
In the current regulatory environment, banks are facing two levels of challenges. While they are under pressure to expand beyond home territories, they also face stifling regulatory constraints. These restrictions are forcing banks to maximize on every capital expenditure they make. Such financial and regulatory reforms, in the face of the economic slowdown, have positive effects on quality assurance, governance and data management. But it also forces banks to hold capital that they would otherwise invest. This environment has made it vital for banks to sharpen their analytical and forecasting capabilities. Find out how the burden of regulation, expansion, cost optimization, and business transformation can be shared by an expert partner to foster an environment for growth.

it elearning  IT Infrastructure Trends in Banking IT Infrastructure Trends in Banking Source: Wipro Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: In the current regulatory environment, banks are facing two levels of challenges. While they are under pressure to expand beyond home territories, they also face stifling regulatory constraints. These restrictions are forcing banks to maximize on every capital expenditure they make. Such financial and regulatory reforms, in the face of the economic slowdown, have Read More...
Should It Be Renamed 'Unobtainium'?
Reports indicate that Intel will delay the release of its 64-bit 'Itanium' processor yet again.

it elearning  Should It Be Renamed Unobtainium ? Should It Be Renamed Unobtainium ? R. Krause - August 2, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - August 2, 2000 Event Summary Intel executives have said in a financial briefing during July that Intel will push back the release of its 64-bit Itanium processor (formerly known as Merced ), recently slated for October, 2000, by a quarter. This means the first Itanium-based products should not arrive until early in 2001 - somewhat later than the original schedule of 1999. The first Read More...

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