Literature Review: Use of E-Learning for Public Health Programs in Developing Countries

Literature Review: Use of E-Learning for Public Health Programs in Developing Countries


Lead on three-person task team to prepare a literature review on the use of e-learning for public health programs in developing countries. Review will include a brief history of e-learning, the use of e-learning in the field of public health, use of e-learning in developing countries (in public health or other sectors), best practices from organizations who have implemented e-learning initiatives in public health and in developing countries, and successful strategies for evaluating e-learning programs.

[status: in progress]

Client: Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, though subcontract with Jindra Cekan Consulting, LLC. Project funded by U.S. Agency for International Development.

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