Jay Cross on implementing e-learning
We ask Jay Cross six simple questions about doing e-learning right. He invented the term, so you kind of expect he'll have some ideas...
Jay Cross is founder of the Internet Time Group and has been a powerful speaker on all matters e-learning since, well, since he invented the term. We've chatted with Jay before via skype from Berkley. For an upcoming piece of free e-learning we're doing, we hit the re-dial and asked him to share some practical advice about implementing e-learning.
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Why is this a good time to talk about e-learning?
Answer: It isn't. Great, we're off to an excellent start.
Which kind of project is good to start with?
Why are you asking me? Ask the business.
Where are the obstacles in implementing e-learning?
It ain't school. Please remember this.
If I've learned one thing about doing e-learning, it's...
'Life's a beta'. At least, that's Microsoft's defence.
Find out how many other e-learning gurus approached these questions over the next few months on the Kineo site.