The term “e-learning” is relatively new, coined as it was in the late 1990s, at the height of the dotcom frenzy. You might believe that it’s far too early in e-learning’s history to be talking of greatest hits (you may even doubt it’s had any hits at all) but, if celebrities can publish their biographies when they are still in their mid-twenties, then we are in good company.
This book is a compilation of articles written over the past three years by Clive Shepherd for IT Training magazine. Each chapter examines an important aspect of e-learning, with the uninitiated reader in mind, but with a depth of critical analysis that will appeal to seasoned campaigners.
About the Author
Clive Shepherd is one of the UK’s foremost authorities on online learning. He developed his interest in interactive media at American Express in the early eighties, where he was Director, Training and Creative Services. He moved on to become a founding Director of Europe’s foremost-bespoke content developer, Epic Group plc. Since 1997, Clive has consulted on e-learning with many major public and private sector organisations. He is a frequent contributor to training publications and speaks regularly at industry conferences and seminars.