Development of a conceptual model to evaluate effectiveness and impact of e-learning

Saravani, Sarah-Jane and Clayton, John (2009) Development of a conceptual model to evaluate effectiveness and impact of e-learning. In: NET2009: 20th International Networking for Education in Healthcare Conference: Abstracts for Symposia and Posters. Jill Rogers Associates Ltd, pp. 32-33.

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In 2008 the Ministry of Education of New Zealand funded a project titled Using e-learning to build workforce capability (Clayton, Elliott, Saravani, Greene & Huntington, 2008). The project team found measuring and proving the value of e-learning was a complex task dependent on the "model selected" (Wilson, 2004). The team argued the evaluation of the effectiveness and impact of e-learning should focus on two levels of analysis firstly, the individual level investigating competency and accomplishment and secondly, the organisational level investigating strategic alignment and business impact.

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information:Conference held 8-10 September, 2009, in Cambridge, England
Keywords that describe the item:workforce capability, conceptual model, Kirkpatrick-Philips model
Subjects:L Education > LC Special aspects of education > LC5201 Education extension. Adult education. Continuing education
L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions:Corporate > Emerging Technologies Centre
Corporate > Library
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Deposited On:25 Jan 2010 03:06
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