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Sample Book Insights:
#1 In 1996, the first article on Internet-based training was published in Training Magazine. That year, the e-learning market grew from a few million dollars to $3. 4 billion worldwide. But in 2002, the stock market crashed, and the e-learning industry experienced a trough of disillusionment.
#2 The last event in the time flow is the merger in the e-learning industry between SmartForce and SkillSoft in 2002. This merger created the largest global e-learning vendor, and it is viewed by CLO magazine as the beginning of the trend toward Enlightenment and Productivity.
#3 Today, e-learning has proved itself to be a credible opportunity and approach to learning, though it has been hurt by some less-than-stellar implementations. Many believe that there is no doubt about the importance of applying e-learning when and where it adds value.
#4 E-learning has proven to have a significant business impact, as you will find in Chapter 2 of this Fieldbook. Many organizations have successfully implemented e-learning initiatives that were well aligned with specific business goals.