THE ASTD E-LEARNING HANDBOOK

BEST PRACTICES, STRATEGIES, AND CASE STUDIES
FOR AN EMERGING FIELD


Allison Rossett, Editor

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Online Learning
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Marc Rosenberg
Gloria Gery
Rob Foshay
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Developed by:
Lori Killpatrick &
Lisa Schafer
2002
The ASTD E-Learning Handbook
If you are interested in learning and performance improvement, you've considered e-learning. Much is promised by e-learning. Much remains to be delivered. The ASTD E-Learning Handbook is the first reference book of its kind to explain in-depth what managers, trainers, instructional designers, developers, and HR executives need to know about e-learning.

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Online Learning Performance Support Systems Blended Learning Instructional Design Knowledge Management
If we build it, will they come? Gloria Gery: How do you assess the effectiveness of a performance support system? What is blended learning? What are learning objects? What is knowledge management?
Are there any drawbacks to e-learning? What are some key elements in a performance support system? The ASTD E-Learning Handbook Why are learning objects of interest to instructional designers? What's so important about knowledge management?
Marc Rosenberg:  What are the biggest obstacles to an optimal e-learning environment? What processes are involved in building a performance-centered system? Why use a blended solution? What might instructional design be like in the future? Allison Rossett: Are most knowledge management systems successful?
What is the big tent of e-learning? What is distributed cognition and how is it applied to performance support? What does the future of blended learning look like? Rob Foshay: What advice do you have for someone wanting to transfer content to the Internet for instruction? What does knowledge management have to do with training and development?


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| Online Learning | Performance Support Systems |
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