E-learning for the mature aged worker

17 April 2008

This study was undertaken by Global Learning Services for the 2007 Research and Policy Advice Project of the national training system's e-learning strategy, the Australian Flexible Learning Framework (Framework). It aimed to provide a portrait of the current situation in Australia in the role and use of e-learning in training for mature age workers, and to identify good practice.

To achieve this objective, the study involved three parts: a literature review; consultations in all states and territories; and the conduct of four case studies. The study was designed to lead to the development of guidelines for good practice in harnessing e-learning for mature age workers.

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Kaye Bowman, Annie Fergusson, 2008, E-learning for the mature aged worker, Australian Flexible Learning Framework, viewed 25 March 2017, <http://apo.org.au/node/4734>.

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