Association eLearning Book Helpful for Vendor-Client Relationship
Ellen Behrens calls her new self-published book aLearning: A Trail Guide for Association eLearning. If you are an association education director or you are tasked with re-igniting eLearning as a non-dues revenue source for your non-profit, then this book will serve as a handy reference guide. In the following eight minute interview, I caught up with the retired association education director turned author while she as RVing on the West Coast.
Ellen highlights the importance of taking a good look at using the Internet to replace the loss of revenue from declining face-to-face workshop sales. What peaked my interest was her insistence that the book is a necessity for an association hiring a professional vendor to develop a new eLearning initiative. Here are some additional reasons you should consider purchasing her book:
- Guidance on how to best deliver your content and methods to get it done at a budget.
- When it comes to a highly interactive product, should you do it yourself (inexpensive option) or outsource to a vendor?
- Tips to assist you in writing a more precise RFP.
- Best of all, the book includes activities to help you connect the information with practical and meaningful implementation ideas.