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Title: E-learning readiness in organizations. Case Healthcare Sector.
Authors: SCHREURS, Jeanne 
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education
Source: Proceedings of E-learn 2011. p. 906-912.
Abstract: E-learning is a good opportunity for organizations that deal with fast changing knowledge so we have also in the Healthcare sector, which its performance depends on the ability of healthcare professionals to have, update and interchange the knowledge fast. However based on the literature many health care organizations failed in adopting e-learning. A primary reason for this failure is the lack of assessment of organizational readiness for e-learning. To reduce failure risk, hospitals should assess their readiness for adopting e-learning to have a successful learning outcomes. In the literature we can find a variety of e-learning readiness and measurement models, some of them, in addition to Agfa Healthcare case are illustrated in this paper. Based on the literature, our research, and our experience in the case Agfa Healthcare, we developed an improved model to measure the readiness of organizations for e-learning, the improved model consists of three main parts: The stakeholders to be included in the survey, Model of indicators, and Questionnaire.
Keywords: E-learning, Readiness, E-Readiness, E-Readiness Indicators, Healthcare, Measuring Model, E-Healthcare;e-learning; readiness; e-readiness; e-readiness indicators; healthcare; measuring model; e-healthcare.
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Category: C2
Type: Proceedings Paper
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