e-Learning: Strategies for delivering knowledge in the digital age

e-Learning: Strategies for delivering knowledge in the digital age cover

Rosenberg, M. (2001) e-Learning: Strategies for delivering knowledge in the digital age, New York, McGraw-Hill.

This book is older but still relevant because it focuses on strategies rather than specific tools.

My reading notes

Part 1: The opportunity

Ch. 1: Learning is a lot more than training

Ch. 2: The e-learning revolution

Part 2: New approaches for e-learning

Ch. 3: Why most computer-based training (CBT) doesn’t work and how it can be better

Ch. 4: Knowledge management: When information is better than instruction

Ch. 5: Integrating e-learning and classroom learning

Part 3: Organizational requirements for e-learning

Ch. 6: Building and managing an e-learning infrastructure

Ch. 7: The four Cs of success: Culture, champions, communication, and change

Ch. 8: Justifying e-learning to top management… and yourself

Ch. 9: Reinventing the training organization

Ch. 10: Navigating the vendor marketplace

Ch. 11: E-learning on a shoestring

Ch. 12: Creating your e-learning strategy

Ch. 13: The future of e-learning

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