Abstract—This paper is based on the outcome of a research project intended at assessing the role e-Learning has played since the concept of e-Learning emerged. It looks at theory of benefits and values as argued by not only technologists and management but also by academics. This paper concentrates on phase I of the study – building a model for assessing impact of e-Learning. In phase II, a e-Learning projects’ outcomes will be assessed by the use of the strategy model developed in phase I. The paper covers some of the key aspects of web-assisted learning by discussing the various stages (technologies) of technology solutions, potential benefits; the state of the e-learning industry; the barriers to introducing e-learning and building a model to assess strategic value of e-learning through web technologies
Index Terms—Knowledge management, e-Learning, web-assisted learning, strategic values, strtegic model.
Mehdi Asgarkhani is with the Faculty of Commerce, CPIT, Christchurch, New Zealand (email: Mehdi.firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Mehdi Asgarkhani, "A Strategy Model for Assessing e-Learning and Technology Assisted Knowledge Management an Overview," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 2, no. 6, pp. 633-637, 2012.