Optimizing e-learning: Research-based guidelines for learner-controlled training
Abbreviated Journal Title
Hum. Resour. Manage.
COMPUTER-BASED INSTRUCTION; SEQUENCE CONTROL; ADAPTIVE INSTRUCTION; MOTIVATION; DESIGN; INFORMATION; ACQUISITION; STRATEGIES; HYPERTEXT; RETENTION; Psychology, Applied; Management
The widespread availability of the Internet has revolutionized the way organizations train their workforces. With e-learning methods, learning can take place on-demand, and trainees can be given greater control over their learning than ever before. This increased control has the potential to improve training effectiveness, However, the failure of many e-learning programs suggests that organizations would benefit front a set of research-based principles on providing learner control in e-learning. In this article, we offer guidelines for preparing trainees for learner-led instruction, the design of learner-controlled training, and the creation of workplace conditions that facilitate successful learner-led training. (C) 2004 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
Human Resource Management
"Optimizing e-learning: Research-based guidelines for learner-controlled training" (2004). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 4301.