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We invite you to join Learning & Development Manager Andrew Jacobs on our next Learning Hour... Read More
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Tag: e-learning strategy
At Learning Pool, we’ve been involved in a few projects in recent months with prospective customers who wanted to buy ‘just a learning management system’. Paul McElvaney writes about why he thinks that buying a learning management system is such as bad idea.
As the number one e-learning provider to the public sector Learning Pool has collected lots of ideas and best practice on how to engage and communicate with your e-learners. This first of three blog posts looks at eight ideas on how to capture the attention of your learners and stakeholders prior to implementation. Phase One: Pre-elearning implementation 1. Engage with the Communications department to produce posters and leaflet relating to e-learning launch – give a brand/logo to e-learning and use on all future materials. 2. Deliver general e-learning presentation to Senior Management team, displaying benefits of e-learning and linkages to overall L&D strategy and possible efficiency savings.