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Blended E-Learning 2nd Edition

  • ID: 1213358
  • January 2002
  • 350 pages
  • HRD Press

The second edition of the groundbreaking book Blended eLearning brings readers up-to-date on how far the exciting evolution of enterprise learning solution has come. The book provides a thorough and readable examination of the state of technology market segments that have become the backbone of many of today’s blended elearning solutions.

Since the first edition of Blended eLearning was introduced in 2002, enterprise-wide learning solutions are everywhere. But what hasn’t changed is the need of any training and development effort for a blended learning model.

In this book, authors Larry Bielawski and David Metcalf provide clear guidelines for how to optimize the mix of classroom instruction, online learning and workplace performance support tools— and maximize the total impact on human performance at the enterprise level.

The book covers a broad span of topics, including the scope and applications of elearning systems today, performance support tools, knowledge management systems, enterprise-scale blended elearning solutions, instructional systems design for blended elearning and more.

The fascinating case studies in blended elearning of Honeywell, 3Com University, Northrup Grumman and other organizations alone are worth the price of the book.

Trainers, managers and learning consultants will learn:
- What is the role of elearning today
- How knowledge management systems can be applied to blended elearning
- How to create a blended elearning process and infrastructure
- How to develop quality learning content
- And much more

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Foreword to the Second Edition
Introduction

Chapter 1: Scope and Applications of E-Learning Systems
The Role of E-Learning Today
Market Predictions
The Concept of Just-in-Time Learning
E-Learning Market Segments
How E-Learning Changes in the Organization
The Business Case for E-Learning
Benefits of a Blended E-Learning Approach
Online Learning Deployment Issues
Categories of E-Learning
The Overall Objective of Electronic Learning
The Importance of Content and Context
Overcoming Obstacles
Trends
Going Beyond Today’s Blended Model

Chapter 2: Performance Support Tools
Current-Generation EPSS Implementations
The EPSS-Knowledge Management Connection
Blended E-Learning Through EPSS and KM
Chapter 3: Knowledge Management Systems
Defining Knowledge Management
Developing a KM Strategy
Technology Solutions for KM
Past KM Successes
Knowledge Management and Return on Knowledge
Performance Support Practices
Applying KM to E-Learning Problems
Applying KM to Blended E-Learning
KM Resources
Case Study: Hyperwave
Case Study: mySAP Enterprise Portal

Chapter 4: Enterprise-Scale Blended E-Learning Solutions
Creating a Blended E-Learning Process and Infrastructure
Launching and Tracking Blended E-Learning Solutions
Learning Challenges and Applying Knowledge within the Blended E-Learning Model
Successful Blended Solutions
The Blended Decision Matrix
Applying the Decision Matrix
Blended Solutions as a Process
Case Study: SAP Learning Solution (LSO 300)

Chapter 5: Instructional Systems Design for Blended E-Learning
Overview of ISD Approaches
Case Study: RWD Technologies Total Performance Support Model
Additional ISD Theories that Can Actualize Blended E-Learning
Developing Content for Combined Learning Models
A Sample ISD Methodology: iVision
Case Tool #1: Web Course Builder
Case Tool #2: Macromedia’s CourseBuilder for Dreamweaver
Case Tool #3: Mentergy’s Designer’s Edge
Case Tool #4: SAP Learning Solution Authoring Environment
Conclusion

Chapter 6: Case Studies in Blended E-Learning
Honeywell
3Com University
Basic Blue for Managers
Northrop Grumman
BAE Systems

Chapter 7: Analysis, Profiling, and Change Management Strategies for Blended E-Learning
The ROI and ROK of Blended E-Learning
A Practical ROI/ROK Generator for Blended E-Learning Solutions
Capturing ROK Metrics
Capturing ROI Metrics
Developing and Using Stories Associated with ROI/ROK
Case Study: HRD Online Learning Profiles,
Career Planning, and Development within a Blended E-Learning Solution
Change Management and E-Learning
Change Management in Blended Learning
Change Management, Enterprise Improvement, and Blended E-Learning
What CEOs Need to Know about Blended E-Learning Solutions and Learning Management Systems Technology

Chapter 8: Enterprise Learning Integration and Human Capital Management
Overview
Pre-Conditions for Performance Enhancement
The Scope of Enterprise E-Learning
Developing Quality Learning Content
A Vision of E-Learning’s Future
Human Capital Development and Management:
The Next Generation of Virtual Integration
Across the Extended Enterprise
Fully Integrated Learning Management
LMS Plus HCM Functionality
Expanded and Integrated LMS Services for Blended E-Learning
EPSS and KM Functions within an LMS
The Future of Enterprise Learning and HCM

Chapter 9: Learning Content Management Systems for a Blended Design
What is a Learning Content Management System?
The Basics of LCMS Technology
Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs)
Standards
Metadata
Development Standards
Industry Examples of LCMS Technology Approaches
Case Study: Vendor Approach #1: KMx
WBT’s Approach
Conclusion

Chapter 10: Media, Collaboration, and Synchronous Tools
Rich Media
Techniques
Audio and Video Production
Best Practices
Case Studies
Future Uses
Collaboration and Blended E-Learning
Synchronous Tools
Best Practices for Synchronous Sessions
Advanced Features of Synchronous Learning
An Adult Learning Model

Appendix A: Resources for Blended E-Learning
Industry Analysts, Research Firms, Consortia,
Standards Groups, Publications, and Major Informational Web Sites
Knowledge Management Consortium International
E-Learning Information (ASTD’s Learning Circuits)
Performance Support

Appendix B: Achieving Success with Synchronous Blended Learning Solutions

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