Please select a category then choose the best response for your organisation for each statement.

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An e-Learning strategy has been approved at board level.

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Compliance with policies, standards and guidelines governing the development of e-Learning is regularly monitored.

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There are processes in place to regularly evaluate the adequacy of the policies, standards and guidelines governing e-Learning.

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e-Learning design and development activities are subject to formal quality assurance reviews at agreed stages and intervals.

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There is a clearly defined link between e-Learning and the quality of service provided by employees that can be demonstrated.

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The impact of e-Learning is measured using a recognised model, such as Kirkpatrick.

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The rationale for e-Learning as a tool to enhance the learning process is promoted and understood by all teaching staff and managers.

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The organisation compares its own e-Learning performance with other sectors.

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The uptake of e-Learning is measured across the organisation and across all staff.

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Links between e-Learning and improved working practices and quality of care delivery are measured.

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Access to e-Learning is monitored across the whole workforce

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New technologies are systematically tested for their effectiveness as learning tools which meet the needs of all learners.

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There are human resource policies in place that support e-Learning.

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My organisation monitors the uptake and impact of e-Learning for all staff. The findings inform continuous improvement.

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