By William and Katherine Horton
2003, 592 pages, ISBN: 0-471-444588
Published by: John Wiley & Sons
With its ability to both reduce operating costs and train more people, E-Learning is an attractive option for companies that are trying to balance business and educational goals. But in order to implement an E-Learning program, you’ll have to wade through hundreds of e-learning tools: learning management systems, learning content management systems, authoring schools, and collaboration environments to determine what solution will work best for your situation.
This in-depth book, by recognized e-learning experts William and Katherine Horton, surveys the entire field of e-learning tools for you. It will provide you with a systematic way to identify, evaluate, and choose products and services based on different e-learning scenarios.
To help you decide if this is the book for you, here are some samples for you to read:
- Table of contents (Adobe Acrobat file, 252 K)
- FAQ (Adobe Acrobat file, 236 K)
- Chapter 15—Web site authoring tools (Adobe Acrobat file, 562 K)
*E-learning tools resources referenced in the book
- Tools and vendor list
- Formula and procedures (xls file)
- Standards for e-learning (pdf file)
- Design forms
*Note: The dedicated tools Web site is being re-directed to this page, which lists the available downloadable e-learning tools resources.