Project Managing E-Learning: A handbook for successful design, delivery and managementMaggie McVay Lynch and John RoeckerManaging an e-learning project requires more than the usual project management know-how. It requires skills of project management, instructional design, program leadership, team management, and information technology '¬"in other words someone who can integrate two divergent fields of knowledge and make them work together seamlessly. This unique survival guide is packed with project management methods and techniques built on using a well-known systematic approach to instructional design.Avoiding theory and focusing on valuable and practical information, Project Managing E-learning integrates proven instructional design and project management techniques into one seamless process to help you successfully manage every aspect of the e-learning development cycle, from cost estimate to product delivery. Highlighting the most common development problems and how to avoid them, this book will teach you how to:- Organize the project- Establish the scope- Calculate costs and risks- Design the work breakdown structure- Prepare estimates and proposals for contracts- Manage teams for maximum quality and productivityFull of expert advice guidelines, and templates, Project Managing E-learning will help you to bring your e-learning project in on schedule, within budget, and to your clients' satisfaction. It is essential reading for those in Higher Education Institutions, as well as those in corporations and corporate universities involved in employee and customer training online. It will also appeal to educational administrators and students in Education, Business Management, MIS, or Instructional Technology Programs.Dr. Maggie McVay Lynch is Director of Teaching and Learning Services at Oregon Health and Sciences University, Oregon, USA.Dr. John Roecker is Career Framework Manager at the Project Management Institute, Pennsylvania, USA.open and distance learning / higher educationLynch, Maggie McVay is the author of 'Project Managing E-Learning A Handbook for Successful Design, Delivery and Management', published 2007 under ISBN 9780415772204 and ISBN 0415772206.