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Building sustainability with e-learning

Written by David on November 19th, 2010.      0 comments

In my latest article for Interface magazine I have further developed my case for ensuring that schools develop a robust and sustainable e-learning strategy.  I argue, in the case of e-learning, that the equation of equipment+training+teacher does not equal 1+1+1=3 Rather, I argue that training+teacher+equipment, in a classroom, is far more than the sum of its parts and as a result it is time that school administrators recognise that deliberately farming the IP of their staff has to be a crucial element of an institutions’ e-learning strategy.  I have developed a series of tools and procedures that will help a school or any organisation, actively farm this valuable IP.  I contend that without an active IP retention policy, sustainability of e-learning is not possible until all employees existing or potential are skilled e-learning practioners.

 

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David has been a specialist in the field of elearning for over 12 years. He has presented on elearning at conferences in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. His consultancy work includes education and business clients. READ MORE

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