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Elearning Case Studies (Project Management)

Gary Woodill forwarded a link to a .pdf download of a new book “Plan to Learn: Case Studies of Elearning Project Management. It’s a useful exploration (Canadian-centric) of case studies in elearning projects (hence the title :) ). I imagine the report will be of interest primarily to those tasked with the act of developing online courses and programs…though at times, while reading the report, I felt that I stepped back in time about five years (during the discussion of issues and approaches that I would assume many departments or organizations have already developed some competence). Organizations involved in formal, structured approaches to elearning will benefit most from the case studies provided. I’m personally still looking for a report on “how do we design learning in today’s knowledge mess” – designing learning when the traditional conceptions of knowledge come unhinged.