major categories and 105 separate criteria on which e-Learning
courses can be evaluated. This checklist is based on industry
research and over 30 e-Learning and multimedia evaluations
performed by Sage Learning Systems. Pdf format only
Presents a synthesis of research and
industry data on certification programs with an emphasis on IT certifications. Develops a
certification model that is built from the best practices of industry leaders.
Summarizes data and opinion leader
perspectives on the value and impact of training and suggests that training and learning
systems have not come close to realizing their potential. A set of practical guidelines
and references are provided to address the areas of greatest potential benefit.
Examines the practices in other
industries for lessons that can be applied to multimedia development. The industry must
move from a craft to a production environment model in order to develop high quality
products in half the time at half the cost.
The Use of Multimedia Technology for
Training in Business and Industry" - Presents the historical benefits, research
findings and barriers to more widespread usage of self paced multimedia training. The two
factors that will change past patterns and accelerate the use of this technology are
multimedia use in the home and the internet.
Great sums of money are often spent on
training and performance solutions but many dont work because implementation issues
are ignored or underestimated. Implementation is rarely anyones dedicated job or
reflected in their job title, but it is vital to achieving results. This paper presents 11
critical success factors and many job aids used in successful training programs.
Introduces an evaluation model--based on
the Kirkpatrick framework-- that can be used to evaluate the effectiveness and impact of
training programs. Industry data are presented and an actual case study is described.
different e-learning job roles and required skill sets.
These 18 jobs are organized in three major categories:
Executive, Management and Consulting Roles; Design and Development
Team Roles; and Software and Tools Roles.