What every L&D professional needs to know about e-learning – tell us what you thought!

by | Feb 21, 2010 | Articles

Have you recently downloaded or picking up your free copy of ‘What every L&D professional needs to know about e-learning’ – if so we’d love to know what you thought!

It was originally created to provide a quick snapshot of the current e-learning landscape to help L&D professionals highlight the opportunties that new technologies. And it was made for sharing!

We have had some really interesting feedback on how people have been using the resource:

  • This was first class: simple, and accessable. If I’m honest it provided me with the knowledge I should really have known! Thank you!
  • I think it’s a really good booklet for someone starting out.
  • I have kept the booklet as a useful reference tool. Although I have not used it immediately, I know it is going to be very useful to use to give other people here an insight into what learning technologies can offer 
  • I found this document very useful for researching e-learning. It really helped me to complete a CTP assignment. It also opened my mind to alternative solutions for the courses I design in future.

We would love to know what you thought of the booklet. How useful was it to you, your team and what else you would like to see it include in the future?

Please click here and tell us what you thought!

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