Rogerson, C. (2012) To E-Learn Or Not To E-Learn

To E-Learn Or Not To E-Learn: An Investigation Into The Efficacy, Efficiency And Effectiveness Of Converting Compulsory Staff Training From Classroom To Computer

Abstract

existence that would solve a need in the real world, and at the same time respond to calls from practitioners to provide practical solutions. The result was a tailor-made, in-house training course which facilitated the empowerment of the trainees whilst enhancing their knowledge and skills regarding the finance reporting system. This dissertation may be of interest to practitioners or organisations contemplating implementing online training courses, particular those seeking to further their knowledge regarding the efficacy and sustainability of computer-based learning in the workplace. Researchers may be interested in the use of ADR as an effective methodology. Future research could be undertaken concerning interaction in the organisational training environment, such as whether a “Q&A” type of interactive contact is more appropriate in the workplace than a discussion board, as well as the role job responsibility plays in both motivation and successful online training outcomes.

Citation Christine Rogerson (2012). To E-Learn Or Not To E-Learn: An Investigation Into The Efficacy, Efficiency And Effectiveness Of Converting Compulsory Staff Training From Classroom To Computer (Master's Thesis, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa). Thesis

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@phdthesis{rogerson2012e-learn,
address = {Cape Town, South Africa},
author = {Rogerson, Christine},
pages = {1--99},
school = {University of Cape Town},
title = {{To E-Learn Or Not To E-Learn: An Investigation Into The Efficacy, Efficiency And Effectiveness Of Converting Compulsory Staff Training From Classroom To Computer}},
type = {Master's Thesis},
year = {2012}
}

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