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2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell
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2013 Education Track, Accessible Training- Leverage In-House Knowledge by Victoria Smith-Campbell

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We have technical knowledge- now how do we disseminate information to other staff members at the right time? The goal of this presentation is to give you tools to create your own training and deliver …

We have technical knowledge- now how do we disseminate information to other staff members at the right time? The goal of this presentation is to give you tools to create your own training and deliver knowledge to staff/partners when the user needs the information.
This presentation will review some of the tools and tactics being employed to leverage staff knowledge while providing low cost training as well as introduce core elements used to develop our training including: Style Guides, Videos, Job-Aids, Webinars, and Lesson Plans.

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  • 1. Accessible Training Leverage In-House Knowledge Victoria Smith-Campbell, GISP
  • 2. ~~Changes from Abstract~~ ›  Focus is not limited to a single agency but an evolution in training design for GIS ›  This is a personal perspective and not related to any specific agency ›  Discussion of specific tools (software) is now included
  • 3. Migrating toward the New Reality Focus 1999 ›  Weeklong training ›  Travel ›  5” thick binders ›  Instructor led Focus 2013 ›  Quick & Focused ›  Training on Demand ›  Short PDFs ›  Videos illustrating software
  • 4. Who are your clients ? Internal or External Clients ›  Connection speed for clients ›  Work Schedule ›  Technical background ›  Treat all levels with respect ›  Don’t assume adoption of new technology is related to age/ generation ›  Paper/Digital Files are still key
  • 5. Framework ›  Style Guide ›  Job-Aides ›  Videos ›  Lesson Plans
  • 6. Develop Your Style Guide ›  Microsoft Manual of Style (4th edition) ›  Apple Style Guide ›  Esri Style Guide ›  Exists ›  Current but ???? project is to blend the above
  • 7. Job-Aides ›  Develop an organization look& feel ›  Templates ›  Goals ›  Objectives ›  Assumptions ›  Instructions ›  Exercises ›  Use as a script for your videos ›  Something for your users to quickly reference
  • 8. Videos ›  Client needs will dictate ›  Style of Intro – big video = big bandwidth ›  Put a face on your voice (demystifies) ›  Context ›  Speed… ›  Highly technical = quick moves ›  Beginner = slower pace ›  Articulate ›  Use every single click PowerPoint as a guide
  • 9. Example from CO OEM ›  Google Maps Playlist ›  http://www.youtube.com/playlist? list=PLN-3rWALCWi_EyAo6XT4bhfzyqdoFc9C&feature=c4-feed-u ›  Google Maps- Data from ArcGIS to Google Maps ›  5:50 ›  http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=K9iU5MUafQQ
  • 10. Video Hosting ›  YouTube <my solution> ›  Free ›  Play lists can be shared ›  15 minute limit ›  Vimeo ›  Brightcove
  • 11. TechSmith Tools SnagIt ›  Quick screen captures ›  Easy graphics modifications ›  Simple to highlight / point Camtasia ›  Easy editing voice/video ›  Ability to highlight cursor on video ›  Add in slides before/after
  • 12. Lesson Plans ›  Speaking from the same place for each webinar ›  Outline brief points (not word for word) for each slide. ›  State protocols such as›  use which web browsers ›  Stage opened tabs ›  Never type in ALL CAPS
  • 13. Victoria SmithCampbell, GISP Victoria@enthusd.com

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