first_img Previous Article Next Article Councils in Scotland are being called upon to promote the use of e-learningin their local areas to boost staff development. The call comes from the E-learning Alliance, following its agreement withthe Convention of Scottish Local Authorities, where 30 councils joined thealliance. Kenneth Fee, chief executive of the alliance – which promotes the use ofe-learning throughout Scotland – says that using new technologies to learn,train and do business will be vital if Scotland’s economy is to continue togrow. “The councils have the power and influence to encourage greater use ofe-learning in their areas,” says Fee. “In particular, we would like to work with councils to use e-learningin providing development opportunities. We also want to work with educationauthorities to develop increased use of e-learning in schools.” www.elearningalliance.co.uk Comments are closed. Scottish councils urged to go onlineOn 1 Feb 2004 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more