By Paul Harris
It’s easy to garner accolades about e-learning from members of the workforce who are familiar with computers. But what about those who aren’t? How successful is online or CD-ROM learning for workers who aren’t especially computer literate, and how can you overcome their natural resistance to it?
Learner readiness has become the focus for many organisation’s implementation strategies – this case study shows you that sometimes your assumptions about learners being unfamiliar with computers is not an inhibitor to learning!
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