eLearning Project Kickoff Meeting

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February 8, 2016

Training Needs Analysis For eLearning: 2 Sets Of Questions To Ask The Client 

Now it’s time to meet the client for the very first time as an eLearning Project Manager in order to discuss in detail their training needs and the overall requirements of the eLearning course to be developed. This step is not about selling; the client has already agreed to work with your company, and most probably, has already signed a contract, too. In this article, I will examine what happens in this very first meeting with the client, how the eLearning Project Manager identifies what to be included in the eLearning course to be produced by using the right set of questions for training needs analysis for eLearning, and how this meeting proceeds by setting priorities and documenting what to be delivered .
by Marisa Keramida (M.Ed.)
February 24, 2015

7 Tips To Get the Most Out of Your eLearning Project Kickoff Meeting

If you want to pave the way for a successful and well organized eLearning project, then you'll need to make every minute of your eLearning project kickoff meeting count. While getting to know your fellow team members is essential, there are a variety of other goals you'll want to accomplish during your first get-together. In this article, I'll share a number of tips that can help you to maximize the productivity of your eLearning project kickoff meeting.
by Christopher Pappas
March 20, 2013

Starting A New eLearning Project - Questions To Ask Before You Start

Asking the right questions at the start of a project can save time, money and reduce the amount of re-work on e-learning projects. Before the instructional and graphic design starts there are some questions that should be asked at the start of each project. Do you take time to go through and set up your project or do your get straight into the design?

by Scott Hewitt
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