The BBC's emotional approach meeting its staff's learning needs
- The value of video. Naish, Richard // e.learning age;Mar2009, p8
The article examines the use of video for e-learning. The author notes that video as a learning tool began in the 1970s when programs for the late night Open University of the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) were broadcast. He cites that video is effective at showing or demonstrating how...
- A policy for editorial. Simnett, Rachel // e.learning age;May2005, p28
Explores the use of Learner Centered Design (LCD), an online training program developed by British Broadcasting Corp., in responding to a compliance requirement in editorial policy training of the company. Aim of the program; Profile of the audience for the training course; Approaches used in...
- Success in action. // e.learning age;Jul/Aug2011, p14
The article announces the organizations in Great Britain which were awarded by the E-Learning Awards for the electronic learning (e-learning) they offer as of July 2011, including BBC for the Gold E-Learning Award for best use of rapid e-learning content, Plan for E-Learning Award for best...
- TANZ. // Human Resources Magazine;Oct2005, Vol. 10 Issue 4, Special section p2
Provides information on National Certificate in First Line Management, an online learning program in New Zealand in 2005. Benefits of the program to students; Courses included in the program; Information on e-learning; Views of students on the program.
- DIVERSITY AT WORK: E-Learning Promotes Diversity. // Working Mother;Feb2005, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p51
Reports on the utilization of e-learning or Internet-based instruction as a diversity training tool at Aetna Inc., a Connecticut-based insurer. Advantages of the tool; Training programs; Need to combine the model with traditional training.
- Retention Rx. // T+D;Sep2005, Vol. 59 Issue 9, p97
This article presents information on a Web-based resource, aimed at helping companies keep retention rates high, by the company, Talentkeepers. The company has developed Web-based resources that include workplace diagnostic assessments and other support tools for ongoing tracking of progress and...
- NHS launches online HR induction. // People Management;2/26/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p10
Reports on the launch of an online induction and electronic learning program for human resource professionals in the British National Health Service in 2004. Objective of the program; Statement issued by project manager Ann Green.
- Making e-learning more than "pixie dust". Gale, Sarah Fister // Workforce Management;2003 Vendor Directory, Vol. 82 Issue 11, p112
Focuses on making e-learning as a cost-effective alternative to classroom training of employees. Reasons some e-learning projects do not work; Tip to ensure that an employer is making a critical connection between business need and content; Information on the strategy of e-learning solutions...
- Police force gives staff access to e-learning. // Employee Benefits;Jan2008, p9
The article focuses on the e-learning courses for the improvement of employee recruitment and retention, which were introduced by the Northamptonshire Police in England. The police force is providing its 3,000 workers with an e-learning package as a voluntary benefit through salary sacrifice...