When employees embark on a training course, the most important criterion for success is that they transfer the skills they have learned back on the job. There has been much research on those factors...
This CQ Dossier provides information on how to provide effective e-learning to teams. The dossier describes training strategies that can enable effective instruction when training teams using technology-driven instruction (TDI). The dossier describes the events that should occur before, during, and after training as applied to teams in an e-learning environment.
This CQ Dossier provides evidence-based e-learning practices for team e-learning interventions. The dossier draws on e-learning principles that have been shown to be effective for more than one person. Organizations have focused on using teams to increase organizational effectiveness yet many of these practices have not always been based on scientific principles.
This CQ Dossier focuses on effective e-learning and how organizations can initiate an effective e-learning program that trains and develops talent within the organization. The dossier describes the features and stages of an effective e-learning system and provides brief suggestions on how organizations can create an effective system. The objective of an effective e-learning system is to provide training to employees through web-based instruction for them to be effective in their jobs.
This CQ Dossier focuses on how to provide effective e-learning to learners on an individual basis. The dossier provides several training strategies and techniques that have proven effective in scientific research.