In the 90s e-learning success stories were in short supply but as instructional design, content development and accessibility to online content has improved we now see many more. We have selected nine such stories spanning the last six years, with one story ‘Cole’s Story’ catching our attention as it’s not often we read that an online course saved a life!
Since the 90s we’ve moved from online courses for professional development that required hours and hours in front of a PC to short courses of 15 to 30 minutes accessed via any number of devices. The choice of online content, whether short courses or full qualifications, is now quite overwhelming with quite possibly thousands of websites offering a wide variety of course titles, which is why the eLearning Marketplace founded to make that content easier to research, receive advice on and purchase at the lowest price available.
Success 1: http://www.kineo.com/case-studies/marks-and-spencer-cafe-service-heroes
Success 2: http://www.hrzone.com/talent/development/london-fire-brigade-uses-e-learning-to-improve-training-and-cut-costs
Success 3: https://www.kallidus.com/customers/case-studies/united-biscuits/
Success 4: http://www.towardsmaturity.org/elements/uploads/Howden_eCom_casestudy_1.pdf
Success 5: https://www.vision2learnforschools.com/success-stories/Carshalton-Boys-Sports-College.pdf
Success 6: http://towardsmaturity.org/elements/uploads/British_Army_case_study_Final_1.pdf
Success 7: http://www.itslearning.co.uk/your-success
Success 8: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetland-33565006
Success 9: http://www.cdc.gov/headsup/pdfs/stories/coles_story_one_pager-a.pdf