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An investigation of the enablers and barriers to industry uptake of e-learning: Small business

17 Sep 2008
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The primary purpose of this study was to gain a comprehensive picture of the status of e-learning in small business in Australia and to highlight the barriers and impediments to increased use of e-learning solutions. This report, by the national training system's e-learning strategy, the Australian Flexible Learning Framework (Framework), investigated the enablers and barriers to industry uptake of e-learning, with a focus on the small business sector.

The Framework is collaboratively funded by the Australian Government and all states and territories and has placed a priority on engagement with the small business sector and is keen to increase the understanding of training practices and perceptions of e-learning in this important sector.

The primary purpose of this study was to gain a comprehensive picture of the status of e-learning in small business in Australia and to highlight the barriers and impediments to increased use of e-learning solutions. A summary of the findings from the report is also available titled E-learning for small business (2008)

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