eLC Co-CEOs Present Their Book Chapter at eLearning Project Management Symposium in Vancouver, Canada

7th May 2005

eLC Co-CEOs Benson Soong and William Chua´s paper entitled "Managing Large-scale Customized eLearning Content Development", has been accepted for publication as a chapter in the book "Planning to Learn: Case Studies in eLearning Project Management".

Benson & William presented their chapter and led an afternoon discussion on eLearning project management issues and solutions to fellow industry colleagues at the eLearning Project Management Symposium & Workshop on 7 May 2005, held in Vancouver, Canada.

Here is the Abstract of their chapter:

How does one manage an eLearning project involving the creation of more than 400 hours of customised eLearning content, to be completed within a three-year period and involving more than 200 personnel? Our project management team did it by first starting off with a strong project management framework, and then modifying or adding on to that framework when certain issues were identified.

This large-scale customised eLearning content development project started in 1999 and was successfully completed in 2002, but not without its fair share of highs and lows. In this chapter, we discuss the original project management framework used, the modifications that were made to the framework, our lessons learned, and what we think are key takeaways. Any organisation intending to embark on a customised eLearning content development project, especially on a large-scale basis, should find this chapter to be presenting a useful reference model.


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