Tom Kuhlmann

Superblogger Tom Kuhlmann addresses a topic of importance and one of frequent annoyance to me: “rapid” e-learning. It seems everywhere you go someone's promoting a rapid e-learning application that's going to help build e-learning courses in no time at all and with no required programming. In today's economy, and with increasing pressure from organizations to do more with less, the promise of rapid e-learning is attractive. But what is rapid e-learning? Where does it fit in the e-learning landscape? And can it fulfill the promise? Something isn't always better than nothing, but speed to market is always an important consideration. I appreciate Tom's taking an excellent, frank look at the prospects ...

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