Definition of E-learning: Content Authoring

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The process of authoring, delivering, engaging with, supporting and administering content are time-critical components of the delivery chain. E-learning can be authored in a time-frame appropriate for the audience, meaning that subject matter experts are able to author content in a way not possible a decade ago. Continue Reading

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The Impact of the Current Economic Crisis on E-Learning: February ‘09 LCBBQ

Historically, when a slowdown or company rationalization occurs, the first against the wall are the folks in the PR, marketing, and training departments. Typically, individuals and organizations revert to previously-learned behaviors in tough times; this usually means going through the process of carrying out tried-and-tested, though not necessarily logical responses to the problems put in front of them. Continue Reading