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Australian Flexible Learning Framework 2007_practical Guide to E-learnihg for Industry

Australian Flexible Learning Framework 2007_practical Guide to E-learnihg for Industry

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Australian Flexible Learning Framework 
© Commonwealth of Australia 2007 Page 1 of 157
The
Practical guide to e-learning for industry 
(Practical guide) is designed as a content rich onlineresource for industry. The Practical guide has been prepared by the Industry Engagement Project of thenational training system's e-learning strategy, the Australian Flexible Learning Framework.This file is prepared as a print friendly summary and contains the Practical guide's chapters and sectionsonly. To fully utilise the complete Practical guide and access the additional resources and links visithttp://industry.flexiblelearning.net.au.
flexiblelearning.net.au
 
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Practical guide to e-learning for industry 
 
 Australian Flexible Learning Framework 
© Commonwealth of Australia 2007 Page 2 of 157
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The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the Commonwealth of Australia.© Commonwealth of Australia 2007This work is copyright. Apart from any use as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, no part may bereproduced without prior written permission. However, permission is given to trainers and teachers tomake copies by photocopying or other duplicating processes for use within their own training organisationor in a workplace where the training is being conducted. This permission does not extend to the making of copies for use outside the immediate training environment for which they are made, nor the making of copies for hire or resale to third parties. Requests and inquiries concerning other reproduction and rightsshould be directed in the first instance to the Director, ICT Policy Section, Department of Education,Science and Training, GPO Box 9880, Canberra, ACT, 2601.
Acknowledgement and Disclaimer 
Funding was provided by the Australian Government and all States and Territories for the development of the Australian Flexible Learning Framework website.The material on this website is maintained by the Knowledge Sharing Services Project of the AustralianFlexible Learning Framework. The Commonwealth of Australia accepts no responsibility for its accuracy.The material is made available for the purpose of providing access to information about governmentsponsored programmes and not as professional advice.Before relying on the material, users should obtain appropriate advice relevant to their particular circumstances to evaluate its accuracy, currency, completeness and relevance for their purposes.Some material on this website may include or summarise views, standards or recommendations of thirdparties. The inclusion of such material is not an endorsement by the Commonwealth of Australia of thatmaterial and not an indication of the Commonwealth of Australia's commitment to any particular course of action.Links provided to other internet sites are provided for the user's convenience and do not constituteendorsement of the information at those sites. The Commonwealth Australia accepts no responsibility for material contained in any site that is linked to this Internet site.This notice must not be erased.
 
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Practical guide to e-learning for industry 
 
 Australian Flexible Learning Framework 
© Commonwealth of Australia 2007 Page 3 of 157
About the Practical guide
The
Practical guide to e-learning for industry 
is an effective set of information screens, checklists andlinks that will help any business, large or small, to get started in e-learning, or to improve existing e-learningprograms.The production of the
Practical guide to e-learning for industry 
(Practical guide) is part of the IndustryEngagement Project of the Australian Flexible Learning Framework. Collaboratively funded by the AustralianGovernment and all States and Territories, the Australian Flexible Learning Framework aims to promote theuptake of e-learning and to support industry and business with the application of e-learning practices.This Practical guide was developed as a response to feedback from industry that they needed information onhow to get started in e-learning. It is not intended that the Practical guide be a fixed resource. The IndustryEngagement Project Team and the Practical guide developers, Dr Neville Higgins(nhiggins@catalystinteractive.com.au) and Dr David Keightley (david@dara.com.au) formerly of 108 DigitalPty Ltd, Canberra, are interested in your on going feedback, new ideas, case studies and comments. Thedevelopment team acknowledges the input of Gidley McCullagh in a recent review of the content of thePractical guide. You can emailindustry@flexiblelearning.net.auor put questions and comments in theinteractive area on the industry website athttp://industry.flexiblelearning.net.au.

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