ICCA online – getting started with e-learning

by | Jan 1, 2007 | Articles

The ICCA (Increasing Citizens Choice & Access) project  is about helping organisations harness the potential of technology in the learning process and overcome barriers to change.

The participating organisations (led by City and Guilds) created a toolkit to provide a framework and best practice principles for organisations looking to get started.

The toolkit outlines 7 stages in the implementation process but concentrates its resources primarily on the first 2 stages – Research analysis and Scoping requirements. Their research has shown that these are the 2 stages most likely to be missing ( and their omission leads to most of the e-learning failures).

The toolkit is thoroughly practical with lots of examples and templates for new users to take advantage of. For free advice in this area, it would be hard to beat!

Click here to access the Toolkit

Click here for case studies looking at the 7 stages of implementation

This article was originally created by the Work based e-learning project at e-skills UK and is reproduced with kind permission.

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