Research into e-learning published in new book

PARN Global News Article - 12 November 2012

Research into e-learning published in new book

Research into e-learning published in new book

Our latest book E-learning for Professionals continues a series of publications on our research into the area of professional education and pulls together our knowledge on social networking and professionals’ use of online learning for CPD purposes.

PARN investigated professional bodies’ development and usage of e-learning, professionals’ views and experiences of e-learning, future trends, and patterns in e-learning.

About the book

The content of this book is intended to support those with responsibility for professional education both in initial professional qualifications and in continuing professional development, as well as strategic decision makers looking to understand what e-learning offers to the professional body sector.

The chapters of this 240 page book cover a range of topics listed below:

  • How are Professional Bodies Using E-learning?
  • Developing E-learning
  • Implementing E-learning at a Professional Body
  • How Do Professional Bodies Evaluate E-learning?
  • Professionals’ Views on E-learning
  • Comparing What Professionals Want with What Professional Bodies Do

In addition, the appendix includes detailed case studies of how the following ten leading professional bodies have created and implemented systems for e-learning - giving readers a chance to find out about a variety of good practice examples:

Find out more and buy online

E-learning for Professionals (Paperback - 240 pages)
William Hanson & Christina Williams (2012)

£40 PARN Members
£80 Non-members