Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Employees--Training of--Computer network resources;
This literature review will address specific issues and concerns that are . prevalent when organizations begin to migrate training and learning activities to an online environment.
The structure of many organizations has been changing over the years to include a diverse and geographically dispersed work force. In an effort to continue to provide training and learning opportunities, while at the same time reducing travel and time away from work, more organizations are seeking to implement online learning alternatives. Online learning offers a unique learning alternative to traditional instructor-led training. However, organizations must be prepared to effectively support online learning and be prepared for the challenges that exist with this methodology.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Sharon E. Smaldino
1 PDF file (22 pages)
©2001 Amy S. Campbell
Campbell, Amy S., "Implementing and sustaining effective online learning in organizational environments" (2001). Graduate Research Papers. 463.