Integrating e-Learning into the workplace

@inproceedings{Harun2002IntegratingEI,
  title={Integrating e-Learning into the workplace},
  author={Mohd Hishamuddin Harun},
  year={2002}
}
The significance of e-Learning and knowledge management at the workplace cannot be overemphasized. With the rapid change in all types of working environments, especially medical and healthcare environments, there is a constant need to rapidly train and retrain people in new technologies, products, and services found within the environment. There is also a constant and unrelenting need for appropriate management and leveraging of the knowledge base so that it is readily available and accessible… CONTINUE READING
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