Assessing Return on Investment (ROI) of eLearning

16 May

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One of the biggest challenges that eLearning professionals experience is demonstrating the return on investment (ROI) of their training programs. In order to attract project sponsors and to justify resources invested in the development of eLearning, projects need to prove that they deliver real benefit to an organization. This article discusses considerations that need to be factored in when calculating eLearning ROI.

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Assessing Return on Investment (ROI) of eLearning

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