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A Cost Model for E-learning projects in the United Kingdom


A Cost Model for E-learning projects in the United Kingdom

Moseley, Sue and Valverde, Raul (2014) A Cost Model for E-learning projects in the United Kingdom. International Journal of Digital Accounting Research, 14 . pp. 93-116. ISSN ISSN: 2340 - 5058

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This research aims to address the problems of estimating e-Learning development costs particularly within the United Kingdom. Hundreds of managers with no prior experience of managing e-Learning development often find themselves needing to produce cost estimations for e-Learning development and rely on structured expert judgement to produce accurate cost estimates. The lack of prior experience in e-Learning development means that these managers will not be able to apply structured expert judgement to their cost estimations and the risk of inaccurate estimations will be high, with all the subsequent problems this will bring with it. A solution needs to be found whereby these managers can produce accurate estimates without past experience. This research seeks to create a cost model, built on data from e-Learning projects in the United Kingdom which managers can use to produce cost estimates for e-Learning development.

Divisions:Concordia University > John Molson School of Business > Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems
Item Type:Article
Authors:Moseley, Sue and Valverde, Raul
Journal or Publication:International Journal of Digital Accounting Research
Date:July 2014
Digital Object Identifier (DOI):10.4192/1577-8517-v14_4
Keywords:Regression for Cost estimation, Cost estimation for e-learning, E-learning projects, Multimedia cost analysis, COCOMO.
ID Code:978762
Deposited On:23 Jul 2014 16:02
Last Modified:18 Jan 2018 17:47
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