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Education Plus: Online Education Models

Read any article on the current state of academics, and you’ll find stories about how online learning is revolutionizing the practice of higher education, whether for better or for worse. On the one hand, students and institutions tout the convenience of

An Aerospace Case Study

Considering the formula presented here on aggregating ROI and payback data, you can probably see this is good information at an individual level. But how do you generalize these kinds of data to a larger population to use it to defend your budget?

Xerox and Qwest: Reaching Out to Workers

Ongoing employee education is crucial to businesses surviving and thriving in competitive and uncertain markets. The delivery of that education, of course, is just as crucial, as different workers respond differently to different modalities. Technology, t

Grant Thornton: Collaboration Is the Key

Working together is at the heart of collaboration, whether "together" means in the same office or just on the same planet (for now). When your company works with others for a living, as does the accounting, auditing and tax service firm Grant Thornton, co

Training: Expense or Investment

In his Chief Learning Officer column (Selling Up, Selling Down, September 2002), Bob Mosher, director of education for Element K, challenged us to think not only of investment but of return on investment. While we applaud his optimism, most organizations…

Starting Out Right

I just finished reading the September issue of your new magazine, and it is absolutely outstanding. The e-learning industry definitely needed a publication focused on providing chief learning officers with highly targeted and insightful articles concerning e-learning. I also enjoyed…