Corpus ID: 17683739

Evaluating Distance Delivery and E-Learning

@inproceedings{Galloway2005EvaluatingDD,
  title={Evaluating Distance Delivery and E-Learning},
  author={Dominique L. Galloway},
  year={2005}
}
Just as technology has dramatically changed the environment in which businesses operate, it has also changed the way businesses deliver training to employees. Integrating new technology with experiential education can substantially enhance the learning process (Bonk, 2002). Thus, distance delivery, including e-learning, offers corporations a way to improve training while increasing performance initiatives and potentially delivering higher returns on training investments. Assessing the outcomes… Expand

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