E-LEARNING

In this course, you'll learn ...
     • ... what e-learning really is
     • ... how e-learning can benefit an organization
     • ... what's involved in creating e-learning
     • ... methods for measuring e-learning effectiveness
     • ... how to get courses to your learners

Introduction

Looking Back

Amateur Courses

The Explosion

Definition

What is it?

Educational Content

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Common Elements

Independence

Deadlines

Interactivity

Critical-thinking Activities

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Multimedia

2 Categories

Information-based vs. Performance-based Courses

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Summary

Why E-learning?

Why E-learning? - Example

Compare with E-learning

Reduction of costs

Repeated Courses

Advantages

Reach Learners Everywhere

Adapt at the Speed of Business

Go Green

Empower People

Save Time

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Summary

Creating a Course

Example

Real World Example

People

Clients / Stakeholders

Subject matter experts

E-learning designers

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Subject matter experts (a.k.a., SMEs) ...
 
... are the people who've identified a business goal and have asked for your help in achieving it.
Clients/stakeholders ...
 
... are responsible for creating the course.
E-learning designers (a.k.a., e-learning developers, instructional designers, and training designers) ...
 
... have the content or knowledge that learners need to meet the client's goal.

Process

- Planning and Analysis Overview

- Goals

- Planning Kick-Off

- Meetings

- The Launch

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- 2 further items

Link

- Analysis

The Purpose

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future state
 
Recruit any additional people needed.
current state
 
Answer 90 per cent of calls within 2 minutes.
actions / proposals
 
Approximately 50 per cent of calls are answered within 2 minutes.

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Learning Strategy

measurement strategy

- Performing Gap Analysis

Understanding of the Product

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Talk to the Sales Manager

Talk to the Customers

What next?

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Result

Further Information - Links

Transformation

Transformation

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Brainstorming is ...
 
... is generally a preparatory drawing which usually refers to more finished and careful works to be used as a basis for a final work,
A mindmap ...
 
... is a diagram used to visually organize information. It is often created around a single concept, drawn as an image in the center of a blank page,
Sketching ...
 
... is a more basic way of using the mind. It results in the discontinuous “aha!” experience, which is the essence of creativity.
Deep thinking ...
 
a group creativity technique by which efforts are made to find a conclusion for a specific problem by gathering a list of ideas spontaneously contributed by its members.

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Concept Design

Client Feedback

digital prototype

Different Ways

storyboarding

alpha release

beta release

final release

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Was your course designed to change your learners' behavior,
 
performance-based
or to give them news?
 
information-based

Example - performance based

Example - information based

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Tools

Form-based authoring tools

For Whom?

Freeform tools

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Inportant Facts

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Writing

Contractions

Address the learner

Readability

Engaging Interactions

interactivity

Tabbed Structure

Use Names

Stay Focused

No Information Overload

Progress Tracking

real-world consequences

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Visual Design

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Grouping Elements

The principle of subtraction

use a consistent color palette

use familiar patterns

Remember

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Distribution

Distribution

informal distribution

formal distribution

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informal distribution
 
learners are given access to e-learning but they're not tracked or scored for completion.
formal distribution
 
you're tracking and recording the learners' completion statuses and/or scores.

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LMS

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Organizations that need formal distribution of e-learning ...
 
... tracking is usually done using a learning management system
Human capital management is a critical function ...
 
... often have certain systems, equipment, and standards driving their need to track learner completion and scores.
Identifying the need for additional training ...
 
... is another area where formal distribution can be helpful.
With a formal distribution approach, ...
 
for those organizations which need informal distribution.

LMS

CORM

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AICC

Tin Can API

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More Information

Résumée

helpful e-books and articles

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