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E-learning continues to evolve. Learning and development professionals need to tweak their own approaches as their workplaces grow more global and advanced. University of North Carolina Executive Development program director Donna L. Rhode gives a helpful explanation on how companies can get a competitive edge in e-learning. getAbstract recommends this report to online learning professionals who want to save money and streamline knowledge acquisition.

In this summary, you will learn

  • What global factors influence e-learning today,
  • How computer-supported collaborative learning makes online courses more interactive, and
  • How learning and development professionals can introduce new technologies to their companies.
 

About the Author

Donna L. Rhode is program director of UNC Executive Development at the Kenan-Flagler Business School. 

 

Summary

By 2020, research firm Future Workplace partner Mark Dollins predicts work will become “multigenerational, increasingly global and highly interconnected with social media.” For a competitive edge, learning and development (L&D) professionals need to incorporate new technology into their strategies and platforms.


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