E-learning's paperchase

Milne, Janine
February 2004
IT Training;Feb2004, p22
Trade Publication
Some observers think e-learning is still in its Wild West period. There are also a growing number of post-graduate courses available from Great Britain universities, including Greenwich, Sheffield, Lancaster and The Open University. "As markets mature, you see an increasing focus on validity— proving that something is theoretically sound, as well as practically sound," explains Wilson. According to Adrian Snook, director of corporate development at The Training Foundation, which runs the CeLP course, it's not a question of a professional qualification or an academic course being better than one another. INSETS: Case study;Do academic qualifications offer benefits in the workplace?.


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