E‐learning markets and providers: some issues and prospects

  title={E‐learning markets and providers: some issues and prospects},
  author={Kate Fry},
  journal={Journal of Education and Training},
  • Kate Fry
  • Published 1 June 2001
  • Business
  • Journal of Education and Training
Demonstrates how digital technologies are affecting the organisational learning process, drawing on material presented to an industry forum. Reviews the rise of the knowledge‐based organisation, examines how the Internet has created “e” learning, investigates why organisations are impelled towards e‐learning, provides some estimates of the size of the e‐learning market and outlines the activities of some e‐learning provider organisations. Shows that the corporate e‐learning market is undergoing… 
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