2001, 130 pages
Published by ASTD
Leading E-Learning is for people who want to introduce e-learning into their organization. It is for those who want to see their organization use e-learning effectively and wisely, not just “do e-learning.” It is for those who are willing to honestly deal with the complexities of e-learning to achieve its considerable potential. And it is for those who want to take charge of the change and not leave it to vendors and external consultants.
To help you decide if this is the book for you, here are some samples for you to read:
Already own the book? Then here are some resources you will find useful:
- Your Turn workbook—This workbook is available in two versions, Adobe Acrobat PDF and Microsoft Word. Print the PDF version and complete the worksheets from the comfort of your reading chair. Download and complete the Word version using your computer and cut-and-paste segments into your own e-learning plan.
- Referenced examples—Here are the examples, spreadsheets, forms, activities, and worksheets referenced throughout Leading E-Learning. They are organized by chapter for your convenience.
Chapter 1: Welcome to the E-Learning Age
Your Turn Workbook. This Adobe Acrobat PDF file (660K) contains all the “Your Turn” activities and assessments found at the end of every chapter.
Chapter 3: Why Consider E-Learning?
Economics of E-Learning Workbook. This Microsoft Excel workbook contains the worksheets for Nina’s and Kevin’s projects. You will need Microsoft Excel 97 or greater to view this file (45K).
Chapter 6: What Kinds of E-Learning Can You Create?
The Crimescene game (page 56). This link takes you to an explanation page for the Crimescene game. From this page you can open the game.
Virtual Consultant (page 58). This link takes you to an explanation page for the virtual consultant. From this page you can open the example.
Chapter 8: How Can You Develop E-Learning?
Design forms (page 74). This link takes you to our newer Word planning forms product page.
Chapter 9: What Tools and Technology Will You Need?
Design forms (page 84). This link takes you to our newer Word planning forms product page.