Research bank opens up

first_imgResearch bank opens upOn 1 Jan 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article The Learning in Business Research Associates (Libra), an independentresearch body in the e-learning sector, is making its resource data, researchand information available on request. The material, some of it previously commissioned by e-learning vendors, canenter the public domain six months after it has been made available to theorganisation that commissioned it. The material relates principally to the UK e-learning market and varies fromresearch on the key issues in the instructional design of e-learning materialsto measuring the return on investment from projects. “In some major corporations where there may be thousands of learners,ROI is becoming a major issue. The cost per head could, in theory, drop to afew pounds,” says Libra MD Vaughan Waller. “But on top of that, you have to add the significant cost of a learningcontent management system and all the work involved in planning andimplementing the whole project. To bring a sense of reality to the e-learningindustry, it is important to disseminate reliable, accurate information – ifonly to set it against the hyperbole that seems to prevail in thissector.” For details, call Libra on 01992 634244. Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.last_img

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