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dc.contributor.authorWhitehouse, Veraen
dc.contributor.authorRitchie, Annen
dc.description6th Annual ALIA Top End Symposium 2009: Library Spaces for Learning and eLearning 2-3 October, 2009 CDU Education Lecture Theatreen
dc.description.abstractThe Department of Health & Families (DHF) employs around 6000 staff, predominantly health professionals who deliver patient care and develop public health policy and programs in hospitals, remote health clinics, and other community health facilities throughout the NT. Their needs for training and development are diverse, and because of the distributed and remote nature of many of the facilities, delivery of training is complex. Current training methods are varied with some centralised services and limited eLearning capacity. Working collaboratively on the implementation of the eLearning strategy, the Library and the Learning and Development Division will support the goal of becoming a ‘learning organisation’. The Library’s challenge is to integrate its evidence-based resources with a Learning Management System, and to develop training and physical facilities to support eLearning.en
dc.publisherDept. of Health and Familiesen
dc.subjectLearning organisationen
dc.subjectComputer assisted instructionen
dc.subjectStaff developmenten
dc.subjectDept. of Health and Familiesen
dc.subjectBusiness planningen
dc.subjectComputing skillsen
dc.subjectLibrary servicesen
dc.titleCollaborating in the development of an elearning strategy for the Northern Territory Dept. of Health and Familiesen
dc.identifier.sourceCorporate Support Bureauen
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