REVIEW: The E-Learning Revolution The E-learning Revolution: From Propositions to Action


Reviewed by Ana NEVES


ABSTRACT
The impact of the electronically connected world on the learning and training of individuals and organisations is the primary subject of this book. It presents 21 propositions, which “provide a good framework to guide the actions of those involved in directing, managing or supporting the training function”. The first proposition is: “The internet changes everything, including training.” The last one is: “More honesty and less hype is required if the training profession is to grasp the new opportunity to maximum effect.” In between, the other 19 propositions are factual and provocative enough to fire the reader’s imagination and interest.

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