Case Study of BELL E-learning: Award-Winning, Interactive E-learning on a Nonprofit Budget

  • Marquart M
  • Jones Rizzi Z
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Abstract

BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life) is a nonprofit organization offering academic tutoring to elementary school children from low-income, urban communities. BELL launched a blended learning training for the tutoring staff working in its summer program in 2008, and won Training Magazine's Blended Learning and Performance Project of the Year. The e-learning from that blended learning training is discussed in this paper. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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Marquart, M., & Jones Rizzi, Z. (2009). Case Study of BELL E-learning: Award-Winning, Interactive E-learning on a Nonprofit Budget. International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (IJAC), 2(4). https://doi.org/10.3991/ijac.v2i4.975

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