E-Learning in the workplace: A New Zealand perspective

Clayton, John (2009) E-Learning in the workplace: A New Zealand perspective. In: Matsue Open Source Lab, 12 June, 2009, Matsue, Japan.

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In the current evolving economic environment, it is important for organisations to effectively implement and utilise e-learning applications, strategies and techniques to up-skill their workforce so that they are more productive, higher performing and competitive in regional, national and global contexts. This invited presentation reviewed: • How Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and e-learning applications are currently used within industry- nationally and internationally- to build workforce capability. • How e-learning currently contributes to the achievement of advanced trade, technical and professional qualifications to meet regional and national industry needs. • The potential New Zealand industry demand for training delivered through ICT and e-learning methodologies. • How enterprises, from small to large, can be informed of the most appropriate blend of e-learning strategies, processes and procedures for their specific situation. • The identification of critical success factors for e-learning implementation.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Keywords that describe the item:e-Learning in Industry, workplace learning, work-based learning
Subjects:L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions:Research Facilities > Emerging Technologies Centre
ID Code:480
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Deposited On:02 Dec 2010 22:44
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