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E-learning Resources

We have some fantastic e-learning resources including e-books and case studies on a range of topics from marketing your e-learning within your organisation to quickstart guides for Facebook and Twitter.

Please feel free to download our e-learning resources below: 

 

E-Books

We have e-books on a range of topics including; Return on Investment of e-learning, an Introduction to Twitter/Facebook and a Guide to Marketing your e-learning within your organisation. You can view or download our e-books here for free.

7 Steps to a Successful E-learning Strategy (View Now)

Getting Started With Google+ Ebook  (View Now)

Social Media Ebooks |Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn(View Now)

Marketing your e-learning for maximum uptake-To really see the benefits of e-learning in your organisation you need to use a little ‘carrot’ to find ways of encouraging uptake and engagement with both learners and stakeholders. (View Now)

101 Inspirational E-learning Quotes(View Now)

Change for the Better - This e-book explores how e-learning can be used to ease organisational changes. (View Now)

 

Infographics

7 Advantages of E-learning

5 Reasons why Responsive E-learning is Awesome

The 5 R’s of Mobile Learning

What is SCORM E-learning?

Tin Can Explained 

 

Case Studies

Introducing and rolling out e-learning

Sue Hogg, Head of Business Advice & Support with London Borough of Sutton shares why they chose Learning Pool’s finance e-learning to help them restructure their finance service and train their managers to control their own budgets.

View the case study here (pdf).

Richard Egan, Learning and Development Consultant with Genesis Housing Association describes why they chose Learning Pool to help them introduce a new learning and development function within their organisation

View the Genesis HA Case Study (pdf).

Lynn Weston at Sandwell Council explains how one safeguarding e-learning course has saved the organisation £11,000 in just nine months.

View the case study here (pdf).

When Simon Green, Organisational Development Advisor at Blaenau Gwent CBC, was confronted with the Government Connect programme deadline, he decided to use Learning Pool’s Dynamic Learning Environment (DLE) to ensure that all ICT users accessed and agreed to the Authority’s ICT acceptable usage policy.

View the case study here (pdf).

Ian Liggett of Bury Council explains the difficulties that organisations may face when they initially adopt e-learning but reassures us that there is light at the end of the tunnel!

View the case study here (pdf).

Engagement of key stakeholders in the e-learning process has been crucial from the start and Spencer Drain describes what ingredients are essential for the perfect learning mix.

View the case study here (pdf).

Jane Jeffs, Partnership Workforce Development Coordinator at North Dorset DC has given us an insight into their journey to date with e-learning and says “Getting people to discuss issues and share ideas doesn’t always have to be instructor-led.”

View the case study here (pdf).

Powys County Council’s Barbara Simpson talks about the challenges she overcame to introduce e-learning into the council ago against a culture of classroom based training.

View the case study here (pdf).

Allison O’Reilly, Staff Development Manager at University of Wales Institute Cardiff tells us about their journey to Learning Pool.

Allison says “With a managed learning platform, over 300 e-learning courses, an intuitive Authoring Tool…the decision to join [Learning Pool] didn’t require much deliberation!”

View the case study here (pdf).

A strong internal brand together with a structured and well planned roll out has ensured a successful launch for Wycombe’s DLE. Learner feedback is excellent with 86% saying they would recommend the course they completed to a colleague.

We spoke with Sarah Taylor, Training and Development Manager at Wycombe District Council about the process.

View the case study here (pdf).

 
 

Working collaboratively case studies

Homes for Islington, London Borough of Islington and the mental health services of Camden and Islington Foundation Trust joined together in June 2011 to create a joint working protocol between Housing and the Mental Health Services.
One output from the partnership has been the commissioning of a Mental Health Awareness module from Learning Pool.

View the case study here (pdf).

LB Haringey commissioned Learning Pool to create two e-learning modules; one on Personal Budgets, the other on Community Capacity Building.  Both have now been shared with other councils.  Wayne Haywood, Interim Head of Change Management for Adults tells us why.

View the case study here (pdf).

Read why the Learning Pool DLE was GMPTE’s choice of learning management system for their pan European project, Amobilife.

View the case study here (pdf).