Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Rapid E-Learning online symposium

E-learning is increasingly popular, however, the cost of developing it has kept many away, as a result, the concept of Rapid E-Learning was born. This week the E-Learning Guild is holding an online symposium on Rapid E-Learning. Some of the speakers include well known e-learning author, Michael Allen but the practitioners/presenters are the force behind the success of the symposium. In the 90 we needed E-evangelizing; today we need E-productivity.

You will find the session schedule here. You can click on each session to find more about the presenter, and see an abstract including the objectives of the presentation.

While all the sessions I participated in today were good, the effect of the suggested practices on Rapid E-Learning appear to vary broadly. Still, the session make us think and hopefully that will be the key to each one increasing the production speed in ways appropriate for each organization. The key is that Rapid E-Learning should not be less quality e-learning!

Join in if you still can or see if you can get access to the recordings. All sessions are online and recorded (audio and slides).

The Guild’s URL is www.elearnngguild.com

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