Also, given the economy, many organizations are especially budget conscious. In the condensed version, we have retained the core value of the original report while responding to the needs of our customers.
Carrboro, NC (PRWEB) August 27, 2009
Market research and consulting firm Tagoras released a new version of a report that provides valuable information for organizations planning to launch or grow e-learning initiatives in the association sector.
The new report version is available at:
As with the original version, the new condensed version of Association E-learning:State of the Sector draws upon survey data collected from nearly 500 associations as well as on extensive interviews to offer the most comprehensive view to date into e-learning activity by trade and professional associations - a group that includes more than 80,000 organizations. The new version, however is substantially shorter than the original version, and at $99, is half the price.
"We heard from a number of organizations that they wanted the valuable information in the report, but didn't need all of the data," said Tagoras managing director Jeff Cobb. "Also, given the economy, many organizations are especially budget conscious. In the condensed version, we have retained the core value of the original report while responding to the needs of our customers."
The 61-page condensed report provides details about:
- What types of e-learning associations are offering
- What tools and platforms are being used to deliver e-learning
- How association e-learning is priced and marketed
- How associations satisfied with e-learning differ from those that are not
- How social media is impacting association e-learning
- What the trends and opportunities for the future are
"Nearly 90 percent of the organizations we surveyed said they are using e-learning to deliver education or plan to within the coming 12 months," said Tagoras managing director Jeff Cobb, "E-learning has clearly established a foothold with associations, but our research suggests the period of real growth into maturity is only just beginning."
For associations currently refining their e-learning strategy or developing their initial e-learning strategy, Association E-learning: State of the Sector represents a dramatic savings over the time and expense required to conduct similar research independently. Visit the Tagoras Web site today to learn more: http://www.tagoras.com/catalog/association-elearning-condensed/
Tagoras provides research and consulting to help organizations sell digital learning products, create vibrant customer learning communities, and implement technologies to support these activities.