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  • e-Learning refers to learning that is delivered or enabled via electronic technology. It encompasses learning delivered via a range of technologies such as the internet, television, videotape, intelligent tutoring systems, and computer-based training.
  • e-Learning is an interactive, on-line method of training, using self-paced tutorials and software simulations.
  • Online classes meet either synchronously(at the same time) or asynchronously(at different times), or some combination of the two.
  • Online examinations move exams out of the regular class time, allowing instructors to cover more material, or the same material in more depth.
  • Trainees can start and stop and review the courseware at any time.
  • Although individual courses will differ, each platform will employ a myriad of technology to deliver instructional material. WBTs are delivered through the ExoLMS learning management system.
  • This system will help instructors / administrators track and report on the progress of each student or a group/class of students.
  • Exomedia also offers Hybrid CBT/WBT courseware that leverages the power of computer based and web based training.
  • Pedagogical benefits due to international partnerships include access to international experts and students.
  • opportunities of eLearning by classifying them into three main categories:advances in communication, creation of information incubators, and finally the emergence of networked
    information.
  • Blended eLearning refers to the use of more than one learning medium, usually a combination of instructor-led learning with web-based tools.
  • An Learning Content Management System (CMS or LCMS) is a multi-user environment where learning developers can create, store,reuse, manage, and deliver digital learning content from a central object repository.
  • Learning objects are defined in dozens of white papers, standards, reports, and research papers, and all in wildly varying ways.
  • The e-learning industry seems to be experiencing a healthy growth rate.
  • e-Learning represents a continued strong business opportunity for
    development of technology and learning content. IDC predicts e-learning in the world-wide corporate environment to grow at 37% compounded yearly till 2006.
  • Many institutions worldwide, but particularly in North America, Australia and New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and several other European countries, such as Norway, Denmark and the Netherlands, have started to invest heavily in online teaching.
  • Recent studies show that the main importers of transnational education  in Europe are Greece, Italy and Spain. The main exporters to these countries are the UK and the US.
  • The US training market size is significantly ahead of the rest of the world.
About eLearning
  • eLearning Facts
  • eLearning Application Infrastructure
  • Theory of Benchmarking
  • Best Practices for eLearning
  • Blended Learning
  • eLearning Strategy
  • Libraries and e-Learning
  • e-Learning Readiness Components
  • Learning Content Management System
  • Net Library-OCLC

Resources

  • E-learning Tips and Resources
  • Free Online Learning Links
  • Library Links
  • Interesting Links

Initiatives

  • The Five Cís Of eLearning
  • Driver's Behind eLearning Initiatives
  • Nebraska eLearning Initiative
  • State eLearning Initiatives

Internet Education

  • Virtual Labs for software Training
  • Virtual Classroom
  • Kings College London-eLearning Service
  • SSIDIAN-Telecoms Technology Training
  • eLearning Training
  • Call Center Training
  • E-Lecture

Latest Technology

  • Evolving Business Models in eLearning
  • Borderless Education
  • e-Learning Resource Brokers
  • Distance Education and Learning Technologies
  • eLearning Service Provider
  • Online Examinations
  • Personalization in Distributed eLearning Environments
  • t-Learning
  • E-Learning Workforce

Business Developments

  • Evolution of e-Learning
  • eLearning Enhancers
  • Investing in Online Learning:Potential Benefits and Limitations
  • Is There a Case for
    eLearning in India
  • How eLearning works for Small Businesses

Standard and Guidelines

  • eLearning Interoperability Standards
  • Learning Standards Guide
  • Consumer Guide to eLearning
  • Macromedia Guide to eLearning
  • Microsoft SA eLearning
    Benefit Administration
    User Guide

Benefits

  • Internet Applications
  • Benefits of eLearning
  • Corporate and User Benefits
  • Process and Chemical Engineering
  • e-Learning Logic and Mathematics
Barriers
  • Seven E-learning Barriers Facing Employees
  • Digital Divide- Barriers to eLearning       

Safety Measures

  • Identifying and Protecting eLearning Systems
  • From Corrupt Use and Plagiarism

eLearning Country Reports

  • eLearning Africa 2006
  • Asia e-Learning Network
  • Embracing e-Learning in Australia
  • Quality and eLearning in Europe
  • e-Learning Research & Development Roadmap for Ireland
  • e-Learning in the Philippines
  • eLearning Market Opportunities in Thailand
  • e-Learning and Best Practices Report
  • E-Learning Report 2005
  • Horizon Report-2005

Project Reports

  • eTEN Project
  • Market Test Report
  •  Draft Business Plan
  • Pedagogical Report
  •  The Technical Environment
  • eLearning Project Success
  • eTEN Projects Database-BSOLE

Cost Estimation

  • TraCorp-Cost Comparison
  • How to Register and Course Fees
  • CTAD Price List 2006
  • Distance Learning Fees
  • Course Fees
  • Tuition and Fee Rates
  • Software License Fees

Market Trends and Future Forecast    

  • e-Learning Trends & Innovations
  • Corporate eLearning Trends
  • eLearning Industry Trends
  • Elearning Media Kit 2006
  • Current Trends in eLearning
  • The US Market for eLearning Products and Services: 2006-2011 Forecast and Analysis
  • Future Directions in e-Learning Research Report 2006
  • Future of Distance and eLearning in Ohio
  • Next-Generation eLearning

e-Learning Companies

  • eLearning Company Directory
  • eLearning Software  Companies
  • eLearning Consultants List
  • eLearning Content Developers-List1
  • eLearning Content Developers-List2
  • NARís e-PRO
  • MARSYS-Content Distribution
  • Six Sigma Culture
  • ViewCentral eLearning
  • Global eLearning Solutions

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