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Online Learning Economies: Course-Sharing
 

Online Learning Economies: Course-Sharing

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Craig Paterson

Craig Paterson
Online Learning Consultant, Auckland District Health Board
(3/11/10, Square, 2.00)

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    • Online Learning Economies Course-Sharing HINZ 2010, Wellington, NZ 0
    • ADHB Stats
      • Implemented online learning - 2004
      • Launched MOODLE - 2007
      • Cost per User: <$11 per year [8,500 staff]
      • 50 to 300 participants login daily
      • New accounts/week (80)
      • Users (6,450)
      • Numbers of courses (> 150)
      • Acquiring a LMS is (arguably) the first key phase in an online learning implementation plan
      • What’s the next key phase?
      • Acquire courseware . . .
    • Some ways to acquire courseware . . . Buy . . .
    • Some ways to acquire courseware . . . Buy . . . Build . . .
    • Some ways to acquire courseware . . . Buy . . . Build . . . ‘Barter’ (i.e. share) . . .
    • Some ways to acquire courseware . . . Buy . . .
    • Some ways to acquire courseware . . . Buy . . . we prefer not to use this option at ADHB
    • Some ways to acquire courseware . . .
      • Buy . . . we prefer not to use this option at ADHB
      • Requires ongoing funding
      • Can be expensive
      • Not easily customisable
      • Rapid obsolescence
    • Some ways to acquire courseware . . . Build . . .
      • BENEFITS
      • Professional role development
      • Efficiencies (time savings)
      • Immediacy of updates (‘on-the-fly’ fixes)
      • Suitable for audience
      • Rapid delivery time (‘time-to-market’)
      • Cost effective
      • Increasing technology literacy
      • But, building can be problematic . . .
      • But, building can be problematic . . .
      • Why?
      • But, building can be problematic . . .
      • Time
      • Expertise
      • Commitment to deliver product
    • Some ways to acquire courseware . . . Share . . .
    • Some ways to acquire courseware . . . Sharing needs a transfer mechanism
      • Rationale
      • Cost-effective
      • MoH recommendation
      • Avoid duplication
      • Closer regional alignments
      • SHARING BENEFITS
      • Time & cost savings
      • Access to expertise
      • Access to resources
      • Regional consistencies
      • Accreditation portability
      • Economies of scale
      • Good ‘Return-on-Investment’
      • COLLABORATIVE BENEFITS
      • Sharing expertise
      • Consistent content across region
      • Efficiencies (time savings)
      • Rapid delivery time (‘time-to-market’)
      • Cost effective
      • NETWORKING (via FORUMS)
      • Shared knowledge network
      • Accessibility to solutions
      • FAQs
      • Sharing expertise
      • Efficiencies (time savings)
      • Professional relationships
    •  
    • KEY STRATEGY
      • Sustainability
      • In-sourcing - “if we have it”
      • Outsourcing - “if we don’t”
    • Tactics
      • Outsourced
      • Hosting
      • Application support
      • Flash development
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      • In-sourced
      • Educational consultant
      • Instructional designer
      • Media (Video/Graphics)
      • SME's (subject matter experts)