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E-Learning For Short Attention Spans by Penny Lunt Crosman via: elearningpost

It’s 7:30 a.m., and a salesperson for a high-end electronics retailer has several house calls to make. One customer wants to consult on a new home theater, another would like a stereo for her Rolls Royce. Recalling that a third customer had a question about in-wall speakers, the salesperson logs on to the company’s e-learning site, takes a refresher course on suitable speakers and heads off to a 9:30 appointment.

Experienced e-learning practitioners have found that it’s better to shorten the lessons into digestible bites and deliver them to employees’ desktops so they can apply their new knowledge right away… Storing and managing large numbers of simulation and other e-learning content components can be a technical challenge, especially if you’re trying to create e-learning materials that are reusable objects that can be repurposed from one class to another.

Written by anol

June 29th, 2004 at 10:20 am

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  1. I believe that it is challenging to convert a system. This is quite confusing if you cannot understand what is trying to tell you.

    Josh Alameda

    27 Jul 10 at 8:49 am

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