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This presentation will facilitate discussion about barriers to eLearning. To be presented at the ASTD Kentuckiana's Day of Learning.

This presentation will facilitate discussion about barriers to eLearning. To be presented at the ASTD Kentuckiana's Day of Learning.

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  • Introduce this as a discussion. Explain that we’ll be talking about common objections to eLearning. Talk about ways to handle that. Tools we can share with one another to get buy in across the organization.
  • Introduce this as a discussion. Explain that we’ll be talking about common objections to eLearning. Talk about ways to handle that. Tools we can share with one another to get buy in across the organization.
  • Have a picture of a person. We can make this course an eLearning. Let’s bring a camera in next time we do new hire orientation. We can put the footage online, then we can onboard new employees whenever we want.
  • We can’t track
  • Class time is precious.
  • We still need a comparison of the different tools. I’d like to plug the Articulate Community – great at their tools, but also at making tutorial effective. I want to make a one-page handout. A table with links to different resources for each of the software tools. Also provide an overview of each? Llinks to moodle, ibooks author, google forms help, rapid eLearning, Downloads for each of the software programsFlipped classroom – Khan Academy
  • We still need a comparison of the different tools. I’d like to plug the Articulate Community – great at their tools, but also

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  • Turn eLearning Nays into Yays Karl Richter eLearningBlends.com
  • Skeptics Luddites and non-enthusiasts
  • Skeptics Luddites and non-enthusiasts Early adopters Technophiles Gadget lovers and penny pinchers
  • Next time we do New Hire Orientation, let’s bring in a video camera and record the class. We can put the footage online, then onboard employees whenever we want.
  • Insert Screenshot here Types of eLearning Any form of electronic learning • Compliance module • Webinar • Podcast • Video • Screencast • Simulation • Message boards • And more..
  • Mobile Performance Support puts content at your learners fingertips. Give them what they need when they need it.
  • Insert Screenshot here Stop printing books/manuals. It’s expensive. They go out of date. Use the free iBooks Author app for Macs / iPads Electronic Books
  • Insert Screenshot here Rapid eLearning • Allow for quick creation of SCORM-compliant training • Interactive quizzes • Assign and track completion automatically
  • Which Rapid eLearning Tools are you Using? No Rapid eLearning Adobe Captivate Adobe Presenter Articulate Studio Articulate Storyline Camtasia Lectora LMS- Course Creation Tool
  • We don’t have an LMS. We can’t do eLearning
  • Tracking a Course w/out LMS • Print a certificate and mail it in • Special email address set up at the end of the course. • Have participants email the link at the end of the module.
  • Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment
  • MOODLE is an open-source LMS
  • Embed this form in the last page of the course. Try a Google Form
  • Only Administrators have access to see who completed it.
  • I think people learn better face to face.
  • Have you thought about the FLIPPED CLASSROOM
  • If pre-work gives them foundational knowledge, you have time in class for • Role plays • Small group interactions • Discussion • Experiential learning
  • Lecturing to a room full of people is a “live eLearning.”
  • We don’t have time to do eLearning. We are already too busy.
  • We don’t know where to get started.
  • Getting Started • Pick a Project –Onboarding (Blend with some live interaction) –New system rollouts –Product Knowledge • Determine a way to Track and Host • Choose an authoring tool
  • Adobe Products • eLearning Suite – Captivate, Presenter, Flash, Dreamweaver, Captivate, Photoshop, Acrobat
  • Lectora Inspire • Lectora (Webpages with SCORM info) • Camtasia (Good for screen recordings) • SnagIt (Capture the screen) • Flypaper (Cool Flash interactions)
  • Articulate Studio • PPT Plugin • + Quizmaker • + Engage Storyline • Standalone Program • (released in 2012)
  • Articulate Community
  • Rapid E-Learning Blog
  • Other Nays?
  • Thank You Karl Richter karl@elearningblends.com (502) 233-1746 @elearningblends