E-Learning Needs Analysis

Wouldn't it be great to teach people using the web? Imagine, no need to find a common schedule and a common place everyone can go to. Here's the solution: E-LEARNING.

John Sloan provides a framework for e-learning needs analysis.

As usual, a major part of your success lies in the online content. The thing is, there are very few people willing to sit down and write tutorials that draw in a significant readership.

Just look at the dust magnets known as Technical/Reference books. And when was the last time you opened that [Name of Program] Manual sitting on top of your filing cabinet?

Same thing with e-learning -- if you simply convert your documents into web pages, they'll probably just gather e-dust in your cobweb site.

Before you embark on your e-learning program, however, check out John Sloan's article. Good luck!

(And if you're stumped, check out The Secrets of Successful Idea People. I like Lawrence Baxter's "For me, reading widely outside of one's discipline has been probably the biggest source of ideas.")
[ First posted on 08/13/2003 by Manuel Viloria ]



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