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Stage 1: e-opportunity analysis

Starting point: before you apply for funds

What are your e-opportunities?


What are your e-opportunities?

Take a deeper look at your e-opportunities at your centre or organisation by using the e-opportunity analysis document. You can access this from this page about Reality Checks: 

Step 1: Describe briefly what technologies you use within your organisation to deliver training or to support learning currently. Indicate your level of use for each (high, moderate, low). 

Step 2: Who are your main current clients or client groups? How do you think e-learning might benefit them?

Step 3: What main courses or other training services do you provide now?  List in rough order of income value to your centre.

Step 4: What new courses or training services are you thinking about offering? Who for?  List in rough order of potential appeal to clients.

Step 5: What other providers are more-or-less in competition with you? List them and note any ways in which they have the jump on you at present, especially e-advantages.

Step 6: At this stage, list the three most promising early ideas for new ways you could use e-learning at your organisation. (Think of new programs, or extensions/enhancement of current ones)

Step 7: Now note the strengths and weaknesses of your project idea against the criteria displayed in the ‘interactivity’ for Reality Checks. (see link above)

Note: the interactivities are very useful for providing a demonstration for a group or team currently performing the e-opportunity analysis.


Author: coachcarole

Coach Carole is the name by which many of you will know me - in my role as coach and mentor for teachers, project teams and networks facilitators. I work independently as an elearning consultant for my business Macro Dimensions.

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