Open Government TV, was produced to engage large businesses, educate small businesses, and empower both the public and private sector to help create jobs and restore economy. First internet tv channel to focus on developing video information to help businesses understand public policy, and economic strategies under the precepts of the Executive Order of the Open Government Directive calling for Transparency, Collaboration, and Participation.
Open Government TV, also known as, OGTV is now a full scale media production firm that produces an online educational platform to provide some of the most relevant and up to date information important to growing a business in a challenging economic climate while also offering the latest social media and Gov 2.0 technologies important to both the private sector and government agencies. OGTV as a small business also can team with your business as your media partner and offer you small business, woman owned, and service disabled set a side association with our organization.
This is the third issues paper in the Learning in Local Government series, and it aims to describe and promote the use of eLearning technologies in education and professional development for local government. The material in this paper is also contained in the eLearning Portal, and can be accessed on-line at www.iken.net.au/e-learning .
Local government learning and development professionals predict more e-learning and collaboration will help cut costs while improving service levels, according to new Brightwave research. Two thirds of UK public-sector learning and development and training professionals expect to improve the level of service they can deliver to their organisations thanks to an increase in e-learning and collaborative working.
Organizations must continue the operation of training and development even in times of tighter budgets. There are a number of different ways organizations can train their workforce with minimal expenditures. One obvious way of controlling costs is limiting the number of people sent externally for training. Other easy ways to decrease costs and increase the quality of training in your organization is thru on-the-job training, using technology, offering online training, free webinars or simply formalizing the informal training that’s already occurring on a daily basis. By implementing some of the suggestions on this page, you can increase the quality of your training offerings while incurring little to no cost.
Regional Civil Service Development Institute, DGPA, Executive Yuan in Taiwan is founded to provide training to more than 100 thousands civil servants in local governments, and the annual training capacity has reached to 35,000. For the purpose of breaking the constraints of time and space and bringing new learning opportunities to local civil servants, the Institute has designed an e-learning system to its training programs.
By adopting “shared learning platform” strategy, the institute began to produce a number of e-learning courses in other public agencies’ learning platform in 2003. The professional courses are mainly for personnel, household registration, land administration and health management. Thirty-seven e-learning courses, total 82 e-learning hours have been introduced in two years. The accumulated experience lays down a solid foundation for e-learning system.
There are a growing number of military officers vying for a finite number of seats for their mid-level professional education. The vast improvements in distance learning technology provide a solution...
Understanding the influences on e-learning effectiveness in workplaces is a necessary, but contentious task. The transfer of knowledge about e- learning from higher education to workplace situations has resulted in discursive tensions between expectations and practice. Measurement of the aspects of e-learning effectiveness is often discussed in the literature in terms of discrete economic, pedagogical and technological criteria. Few studies have investigated e-learning use in terms of the complexity of factors in a workplace environment and there is a scarcity of relevant substantive models of e-learning effectiveness factors in workplace contexts.
This study aimed to improve understanding of the factors influencing e-learning effectiveness, particularly in large, dispersed workplaces and to develop a model based on the understanding of these factors. This study represents the first external research into the Australian Army's e-learning projects.
State of e-learning in Canada - The Canadian Council on Learning
CCL’s State of E-Learning in Canada was written to improve Canadians’ understanding of e-learning—particularly of its challenges, limitations and benefits—so that Canada may move forward in appropriate and relevant ways.