The use of E-Learning in the work-places in the Public Sector

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Jahankhani, Hossein and Truman, Sue 2002. The use of E-Learning in the work-places in the Public Sector.
AuthorsJahankhani, Hossein and Truman, Sue
TypeConference paper
Abstract

This paper will discuss the implication of e-learning on the public sectors. A survey was carried out at a London local authority through June to August 2001. The issue was to discover the answer to two questions, (i) ‘Can e-learning methods be successfully integrated into existing ‘traditional’ methods of training in the workplace?’ and (ii), ‘Can e-learning replace ‘traditional’ methods of training completely? It is also of interest to discover which areas of learning would be the most immediately acceptable for use in an e-learning application of training in the work environment at the local authority. The need was to also ascertain the extent to which e-learning has already been adopted into the training environment in the workplace, if at all and also to understand how e-learning is currently perceived by the employees’ at the local authority.

KeywordsE-learning, Public sector; Education, Traditional teaching method
Year2002
Accepted author manuscript
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CC BY-ND
Publication dates
Print24 Jun 2002
Publication process dates
Deposited19 Mar 2012
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/1474
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Citation:
Jahankhan, H, and Truman S. (2002) The use of E-Learning in the work-places in the Public Sector presented at the Ed-Media, World Conference on Educational Multimedia Hypermedia& Telecommunications, Denver Colorado. AACE.

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