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Opening slides from a presentation by Larry Edelman at the National Training Institute on March 31, 2012.

Opening slides from a presentation by Larry Edelman at the National Training Institute on March 31, 2012.

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  • 1. Tools of the TradeUsing Technology toEnhanceProfessionalDevelopment,Technical Assistance,and DisseminationPresented by Larry Edelmanlarry.edelman@ucdenver.eduDepartment of Pediatrics,University of ColoradoSchool of Medicine 1
  • 2. This session will• Illustrate seven key sets of tools that help build relationships, create content, and disseminate recommended practices• Review free and low-cost applications that can help trainers and coaches effectively and efficiently connect with their audiences. 2
  • 3. Context is not important.Context is everything.
  • 4. What is technology?…anything invented after you were born. – Alan Kay…anything that doesn’t work yet. – Danny Hillis…anything useful invented by a mind. – Kevin Kelly 4
  • 5. Technology is changingeverything about how we build relationships, communicate, and learn 5
  • 6. We Have Added New Ways That We Build Relationships, Communicate, LearnTake or teach a F2F, Take or teach an online,synchronous, instructor-led asynchronous, instructor-course class independent courseF2F, phone conferencing Video, web conferencingSend an email Send a text, IM, feed, tweetSend a document for review Shared documentsDVD Online videoGo to a singles bar Online dating 6
  • 7. Improve effectivenessEngage Why use more Reduceyounger technology? costs people Increase access 7
  • 8. More Capacity Modular How are we able to do it? Cheaper Easier 8
  • 9. Foundational Points■ Think in threes and focus on performance■ You don’t need to use everything: use what you need■ Function, then form■ Build your digital literacy■ Modularity■ Welcome opportunities to make mistakes■ Create a Plan: you will NOT find the time; you need to MAKE it
  • 10. Threes Before Now After Always think in terms of threes: what is happening, what comes before it, what happens next10
  • 11. Before During the After Workshop11
  • 12. Threes Before During After Survey: surveymonkey.comSurvey: surveymonkey.com Learning community: wiggio.comPost PPT slides: slideshare.com Send rich message: vsnap.comDistribute materials: yousendit.com Coaching: skype.com or ooVoo.comShare web resources: delicious.com Send reminders, prompts, and resourceCall with supervisors: freeconferencecall.com to learners, coaches, and supervisors,Send self-assessment tools yousendit.com. using… Share survey results: tagxedo.com Initiate community: wiggio.com Distribute materials: yousendit.com Action planning: SMART PHONES12
  • 13. REAL Performance Support Requires True Blended Learning Five moments of need 1. when learning for the first time 2. when learning more 3. when remembering and/or applying whats been learned 4. when things go wrong, and 5. when things change. Bob Mosher and Conrad Gottfredson http://performancesupport.blogspot.com/2008/01/invitation-to-our-performance-support.html13
  • 14. Why can’t they/won’t they/don’t they do it? Will? Hill?Motivational Environmental or obstacles procedural obstacles To what extent is the performance problem based on… Skill? Lack of knowledge or abilities 14
  • 15. Foundational Points■ Think in threes and focus on performance■ You don’t need to use everything: use what you need■ Function, then form■ Build your digital literacy■ Modularity■ Welcome opportunities to make mistakes■ Create a Plan: you will NOT find the time; you need to MAKE it
  • 16. How much digital stuff are we producing? ■ If every image made and every word written from the earliest moments of civilization to the year 2003 were converted to digital information, the total would come to five exabytes. ■ An exabyte is one quintillion bytes, one billion gigabytes…a one with eighteen zeros following it ■ That means: 5,000,000,000,000,000,000 ■ From 2003 to 2010: we created five exabytes of digital information every two days ■ By 2013 we will be creating five exabytes every ten minutes ■ The total of 912 exabytes for 1020 is the equivalent of 18 times the amount of information contained in all the books ever written. Reference: Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think by Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler16
  • 17. Foundational Points■ Think in threes and focus on performance■ You don’t need to use everything: use what you need■ Function, then form■ Build your digital literacy■ Modularity■ Welcome opportunities to make mistakes■ Create a Plan: you will NOT find the time; you need to MAKE it
  • 18. Function Technology Outcomes18
  • 19. Better Faster Create Share content knowledge Build and support relationships19 Cheaper
  • 20. Function First What is purpose of your communication?Conduct needs assessment/front end analysisPresent professional development eventsProvide TA, consultation, coaching, mentoringDisseminate news, updates, documentsHost/facilitate meetings, conferencesFacilitate collaborative processesBuild and strengthen relationshipsEvaluate activities and programsFacilitate social learningExchange information with othersEnhance service deliveryConduct researchManage projectsManage data (including collection, analysis, reporting) 20
  • 21. Foundational Points■ Think in threes and focus on performance■ You don’t need to use everything: use what you need■ Function, then form■ Build your digital literacy■ Modularity■ Welcome opportunities to make mistakes■ Create a Plan: you will NOT find the time; you need to MAKE it
  • 22. We need to know what we want to do Function Technology Outcomes We also need to know what options are available to help us do it22
  • 23. Digital Literacy One-Way Two-Way Asynchronous Asynchronous Synchronous Synergistic Communication Communication CommunicationText document Text-based chat Online surveyPodcast Telephone conferencing Content management systemWebcast Video conferencing Community of practiceVideo, vidcast Webinar, web conference Virtual learning environmentMedia sharing sites Online meetings spaces Bulletin board, news groupMobile-phone Mobile-phone Mobile-phoneArchived class, lecture Chats, threads, list servesRapid e-learning modules Blog, micro-blog, vlogJust-in-time EPSS WikiResource repositories Social bookmarkingKnowledge bases Social network Shared applications User’s groups/forums 23
  • 24. What Apps Have I Been Using Lately to get the Job Done?Video editing: Final Cut Pro, QT pro, Rich media movies: AnimotoVideo compression and encoding: Adobe Animation: Crazy Talk ProMedia Encoder, MPEG Streamclip, Photo manipulation: PhotoshopHandbrake, Format Factory Avatars: xtranormalVideo conferencing: ooVoo, Skype Video screen capture: Screenr, CamtasiaWeb conferencing: Adobe Connect, WebEx Audio recording and editing: AudacityCollaboration: Google Docs Blog: WordPressSending files: yousendit, dropbox, Google Social networks: Ning, Wiggiodocs Wiki: wikispacesSocial bookmarking: Delicious, Diigo Image manipulation: photoshopPPT hosting: slideshare Word clouds: tagxedoPPT alternatives: Prezi Printing: printwhatyouwantRapid elearnng: Articulate Studio Polling: QuipolPhoto annotation: fotobabble 24
  • 25. Powerful Tools of the Trade Kinds of Examples Applications Free $$$$Digital videoWeb Conferencing Fuse, Elluminate GoToMeeting, WebEx, iLinc, vRoom, Vyew Adobe Connect, ElluminateDigital videoRapid eLearning/PPT to Articulate Studio, AdobeFlash Conversion Captivate, Snap!, iSpringVideo Screen Casting Screenr, Jing Camtasia StudioVideo Conferencing ooVoo, Skype ooVoo, Skype, Polycom, CiscoSocial/collaboration Google docs, Wiggio, Ning, Sharepoint ChatterMedia Sharing Sites Slideshare, Scribd, YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr 25
  • 26. Foundational Points■ Think in threes and focus on performance■ You don’t need to use everything: use what you need■ Function, then form■ Build your digital literacy■ Modularity■ Welcome opportunities to make mistakes■ Create a Plan: you will NOT find the time; you need to MAKE it
  • 27. Modularity is KeyHardware Connecting two or more devicesApplications Using two or more applications to get the job doneLearning Objects Integrating granular level learning objects in larger systems
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  • 29. Service Delivery: Integrating the use of several technologies Records Watches Aurelius’ skills the video file Sanyo Digital VLC Media Player Video Recorder Ernestine sends to Trims and compresses family members the video file yousendit.com MPEG StreamclipSends to Ernestine yousendit.com Posts the clip on Creative Curriculum’s GOLD Online 29
  • 30. Current Performance Our Goal Desired Situation Supports Increase the OutcomeHundreds of 3 hour F2F the chances that Providers wouldproviders never training session providers would use thebefore used a succeed instrument withparticular Manual fidelity andassessment report datainstrument Toll-free support line But something was missing… 30
  • 31. What was missing?• A reminder of the components of the tool that provided it: – Just enough – Just-in-time 31
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  • 33. Developing an Online Learning Resource Modify the imageScan an image using using Photoshop a scanner Import the image using Post on the Articulate Engage Web siteImport narration into Engage Add narration using Zoom H2 recorder and Audacity 33
  • 34. Foundational Points■ Think in threes and focus on performance■ You don’t need to use everything: use what you need■ Function, then form■ Build your digital literacy■ Modularity■ Welcome opportunities to make mistakes■ Create a Plan: you will NOT find the time; you need to MAKE it
  • 35. A Useful Definition of Learning Learning is the detection of error.35
  • 36. Foundational Points■ Think in threes and focus on performance■ You don’t need to use everything: use what you need■ Function, then form■ Build your digital literacy■ Modularity■ Welcome opportunities to make mistakes■ Create a Plan: you will NOT find the time; you need to MAKE it
  • 37. You might need some hardware (not free)Video Photos Audio and Mic Webcam Storage Lexar 16GB Zoom H2 Logitech QuickCam Pro Secure II Plus JumpDrive37