The Impact of Introducing E-learning Courses
GRIN Verlag, 2007 M08 22 - 76 pages
Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2002 in the subject Communications - Multimedia, Internet, New Technologies, grade: very good, Fachhochschule des bfi Wien GmbH (European Business Management and Leadership), course: Praxissemester FH, 44 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: This is an English papier about some aspects of introducing e-learning courses in a company. The main example is taken from IBM's education center in Austria and the introduction of Microsoft e-learning courses. The papier is from the year 2001/2002
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Page 14 - Education over the Internet is going to be so big it is going to make e-mail usage look like a rounding error in terms of the Internet capacity it will consume.
Page 12 - Directive 2000/31 /EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2000 on certain legal aspects of information society services, in particular electronic commerce, in the Internal Market Directive on electronic commerce, OJEC, L178, 17/07/2000 pp.
Page 12 - ... where the service provider is registered in a trade or similar public register, the trade register in which the service provider is entered and his registration number, or equivalent means of identification in that register...
Page 17 - Teams outperform individuals acting alone or in larger organizational groupings, especially when performance requires many different types of skills and experiences.36 There are several well-known phenomena that explain why teams perform well.
Page 12 - ... professions: - any professional body or similar institution with which the service provider is registered, - the professional title and the Member State where it has been granted, - a reference to the applicable professional rules in the Member State of establishment and the means to access them; (g) where the service provider undertakes an activity that is subject to VAT, the identification number referred to in...
Page 11 - E-learning is particularly effective on a large scale — a multinational corporation, for instance, is able to use e-learning techniques to train its entire workforce around the world simultaneously on the introduction of a new product or innovation, with immediate and consistent results.
Page 12 - If the activity is subject to an authorization scheme, the particulars of the relevant supervisory authority should be given, and if the service provider is subject to VAT, so should the VAT information number.
Page 18 - His book Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind: Why Intelligence Increases When you Think Less...
Page 19 - The newly formed hybrid discipline of "cognitive science" is revealing that the unconscious realms of the human mind will successfully accomplish a number of unusual, interesting and important tasks if they are given the time.