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Scenario-based e-Learning: Evidence-Based Guidelines for Online Workforce Learning by Ruth Colvin Clark

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CHAPTER 12

IMPLEMENTING SCENARIO-BASED e-LEARNING

In previous chapters we’ve reviewed the analysis, design, development, and evaluation of scenario-based e-learning. But I would be remiss not to acknowledge the importance of the context in which your scenario-based e-learning courses are proposed, approved, created, and deployed. You can adopt a low- or a high-profile road to your project. A low-profile approach involves planning, creating, and deploying a scenario-based e-learning lesson or course with a minimum of fanfare, typically using your tried-and-true processes for e-learning projects. You may even decide not to give any special name or attention to the project. A low-profile approach is the “better to ask forgiveness than to ask for ...

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