Is anyone involved in training? Ever used Moodle?
From what I've seen so far, it appears to be a very flexible andpowerful remote learning platform. I can see how it could be incorporated in many scenarios to reduce the cost of training while also being potentially more effective than many on-site training methods for some kinds of materials. http://moodle.org/about/
For example, large corporations often have specific orientation requirements. If they work with classified material, there is a need for ongoing training in requirements for how information is handled. I'm sure with little thought you can realize many other opportunities that would work quite well with this kind of tool.
During my more active techwriting years, on several occasions I was called on to re-write training coursework. I'd have been very pleased to have had a tool like this available then, but unfortunately I did not.
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