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ROI and Metrics in eLearning

Tony Karrer

I'm working on an article around the use of ROI and metrics in eLearning. I did a quick search for resources and here's what I found. BPM and workflow technologies have been able to achieve significant gains in productivity Metrics Recently, functional managers have begun using eLearning to meet business objectives.

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2008 2009

Tony Karrer

To do my review, I first looked at what I was writing about and what people were reading on my blog in 2008. during 2008. eLearning 2.0

A Rough But Intriguing Metric for School Assessing a School.

Bob Sutton

Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP). Center for Work, Technology and Organization. Dorf & Byers: Technology Ventures. Evidence-Based Management in Action » A Rough But Intriguing Metric for School Assessing a School Principal. What do you think of this metric?  Bob Sutton. Book Me For A Speech.

Challenges 2008

Tony Karrer

This was a great exercise and the fact that I had not considered my big challenges for 2008 made it harder to do my Conference Planning for ASTD TechKnowledge 2008. At any one point, I'm actively working with about 5 clients helping them define their direction around use of technology to support human performance.

New Technology Supporting Informal Learning

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Abstract We often talk about games, simulations and other events in learning, but these technologies support only episodic learning. Equally important are those technologies that provide a context for these learning episodes, an environment where students and interact and converse among themselves. 2008, June 30). 2008).

Customer Learning

Jay Cross

Customer Learning , CLO magazine, December 2008. Conversations also are the most effective learning technology ever invented. When thousands of people join a community, its conveners need metrics to assess progress and chart their next steps. Learning is woven into the fabric of every modern business. Learning is social.

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

Informal Learning Blog » The income statement isn’t

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

The Only Person Who Behaves Sensibly Is My Tailor

Charles Jennings

Did global financial services companies carry out regulatory and compliance training prior to 2008? parallel path to learning metrics.

Full Circle Associates " More on community management (part 3 or "what's in a name")

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

ROI 2

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

ROI 2

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

ROI 2

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

ROI 2

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

ROI 2

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

ROI 2

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

ROI 2

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] Instead of going for a walk this morning. And Twitter.

ROI 2

eLearning Research

Tony Karrer

technologies likely to use more in learning function than they do today 41% - using technology for informal learning at high or very high extent Kevin Oakes - "learning is getting left behind as people look at talent management." Best-of-class (top 20%) - want to have metrics. Learning Trends 2008 - Online - Free [link

Should Knowledge Workers have E2.0 Ratings, Part 3

Andy McAfee

Ratings, Part 3 by Andrew McAfee on November 21, 2008 My previous two posts on measuring knowledge workers’ participation in Enterprise 2.0 Leave a comment, please, and let us know. { 9 comments… read them below or add one } D.Mitchell November 21, 2008 at 6:20 pm How can HR not measure and rate E2.0 And it is. tools.

Quick Wins

Tony Karrer

Here's the gist of his thinking: As I become more and more convinced that implementing next-gen/Web 2.0 is soooo much less about technology than about culture (Duh Mark, I know). That strategy is the long pole in the tent - it is the metric that we can measure our actions against. And I think it's easy to underestimate that impact.

FAQ 2

Michael Werner Interview

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

This contribution is evaluated on a metric of indicators, including patents, development agreements, original papers, presentations, meetings with industry, and similar items. Consequently, as the model of instruction remains static, the effectiveness of technology remains limited. This led to my current research position. all of them?

Innovation in Higher Education

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The first is a disruptive technology enabler. That fraction grew to 25 percent in 2008, was nearly 30 percent in the fall of 2009, and we project it will be 50 percent in 2014.” But we should no longer force those institutions that are focused on teaching and learning to compete on the same metrics and play by the same rules. 

100 Conversation Topics

Tony Karrer

Important - please keep in mind that the audience here is learning professionals involved in the use of technology for learning. Metrics we actually track that are meaningful and useful that may be applicable to other learning professionals. Almost every time I have a conversation, I learn something new. What we've learned so far?

Last Year's eLearn Magazine Predictions

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Everybody is busily predicting 2008, but who is checking 2007's predictions? I am. The Spellings report will spur new efforts in implementing institution-wide metrics for e-learning effectiveness in higher education. Perhaps they'll open it up in 2008. As for technology, everything will get faster, better, cheaper. Web 3.0

Dust-up at Training Zone

Jay Cross

Home Speaker Contact internet time alliance Learnstream Resources Internet Time Blog from Jay Cross and Internet Time Group Dust-up at Training Zone by Jay Cross on November 26, 2008 Some readers of an interview with me that appeared in today’s issue of Training Zone has generated a dozen critical comments and even some name-calling.

Dust-up at Training Zone

Jay Cross

Home Speaker Contact internet time alliance Learnstream Resources Internet Time Blog from Jay Cross and Internet Time Group Dust-up at Training Zone by Jay Cross on November 26, 2008 Some readers of an interview with me that appeared in today’s issue of Training Zone has generated a dozen critical comments and even some name-calling.

Dust-up at Training Zone

Jay Cross

Home Speaker Contact internet time alliance Learnstream Resources Internet Time Blog from Jay Cross and Internet Time Group Dust-up at Training Zone by Jay Cross on November 26, 2008 Some readers of an interview with me that appeared in today’s issue of Training Zone has generated a dozen critical comments and even some name-calling.

Dust-up at Training Zone

Jay Cross

Home Speaker Contact internet time alliance Learnstream Resources Internet Time Blog from Jay Cross and Internet Time Group Dust-up at Training Zone by Jay Cross on November 26, 2008 Some readers of an interview with me that appeared in today’s issue of Training Zone has generated a dozen critical comments and even some name-calling.

The Reality of Virtual Learning

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Presented to the Defense Learning Academy, Cornwall, Ontario, January 30, 2008. The environment, visualization technology in games: the helicopter that I so famously crashed is an example of learning inside an environment being able to provide visualization for me to understand what it feels like to fly in a helicopter. technologies.

Remaking education in the image of our desires

George Siemens

It’s not about adding a new technology into a classroom. “get rid of more teachers and spend it on technology”). Other.

Organizational Learning Infrastructure

Clark Quinn

What I realized today was that what I’m really about is improving organizational learning infrastructure.  It’s Not About The Technology, as Jay says, though that’s a component of it.  It’s about culture, policies, processes, procedures, tools, templates, incentives, and more. Are you improving

Mathematics or mathematician, reconsidered

Clark Quinn

What do you think; would you like a set of such metrics and a social support infrastructure to self-develop in the use of new technologies and skills for accomplishing your goals “ Don’t teach kids mathematics, teach them to be mathematicians.&# (I believe it was Seymour Papert). Particularly for digital literacy.

Quick Wins

Clark Quinn

Here's the gist of his thinking: As I become more and more convinced that implementing next-gen/Web 2.0 is soooo much less about technology than about culture (Duh Mark, I know). That strategy is the long pole in the tent - it is the metric that we can measure our actions against. And I think it's easy to underestimate that impact.

FAQ 2

There Is Nothing Wrong With The Term ‘Company Culture’

Dan Pontefract

know what “company culture” is, and I know how important it is because I joined TELUS from SAP the following year, in 2008.

Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

Learning technologies are becoming social, collaborative, and virtual. eLearning Technology. I'm hoping that others will join the effort.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): The Danger of "Quick Wins

Mark Oehlert

That strategy is the long pole in the tent - it is the metric that we can measure our actions against. Posted by: law of attraction workbook | July 22, 2008 at 04:17 AM I posted some thoughts on this: [link] Posted by: Tony Karrer | June 23, 2008 at 03:30 PM The comments to this entry are closed. Your post aided me a lot.