FEATURES OF IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING IN THE CONTEXT OF CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONNEL
AbstractThe subject of the study is theoretical and methodological foundations of the introduction of e-learning. The purpose of the work is to study the peculiarities of implementing e-learning in the context of corporate development. The following tasks are solved in the article: definition of the spectrum of corporate training methods and their main characteristics; study of the evolution of e-learning; analysis of the main benefits of mixed learning. The article uses the following research methods: structural-comparative analysis to determine the main advantages of using each method of corporate learning; historical-logical analysis for the study of e-learning development; process analysis to determine the main stages of the implementation of e-learning. The following results were obtained: based on the analysis of corporate learning methods, the peculiarities of obtaining knowledge and acquiring practical skills by various methods of corporate learning were determined. On the example of the analysis of the training of the personnel of the State Service of Ukraine for Food Safety and Consumer Protection, it has been found that synchronous e-learning, asynchronous e-learning, mixed learning and self-study require a significant level of application of electronic technologies. Based on the study of the evolution of technology in e-learning, it has been established that the main technologies of e-learning are Web and Wireless technologies. The process of implementation of e-learning, that involves the interaction of the teacher, student and administrator in the electronic environment, is analyzed. The advantages of using e-learning are determined, the main of which is the ability to adjust the costs of such training depending on the needs of the enterprise. Conclusions: The natural consequence of the information society process is the rapid development of information and communication technologies and the widespread use of e-learning in the process of corporate development of personnel. It is expedient to use electronic technologies at all levels of management of the organization for both self-study and stationary training. The introduction of e-learning will allow enterprises to attract a significant number of staff without leaving their main activity, to regulate the costs of its implementation, to train different target groups of staff on a single methodological basis.
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