Web 2.0 and e-Learning: ELELTECH India 2009 - CDAC and JNTU..

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This is my invited talk on e-Learning content design, development and delivery at the national seminar held on 5-6th November 2009, Hyderabad. I spoke on the topic : Web 2.0 - Implications for …

This is my invited talk on e-Learning content design, development and delivery at the national seminar held on 5-6th November 2009, Hyderabad. I spoke on the topic : Web 2.0 - Implications for e-Learning Content Design and Development. Here's the link to know more about the event:
http://www.cdachyd.in/eleltech/node/40

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  • 1. Implications for e-learning content design and development Madhuri Dubey, Ph.D
        • ELELTECH 2009
  • 2. Questions
    • Are we clear about the goals of e-learning – academic, corporate and vocational?
    • Do we agree that e-learning can transform the educational landscape in India?
    • How do our teachers, trainers and learners receive and adapt to e-learning?
    • How do we address issues at implementation level?
    • How do we build in accountability in all our e-learning initiatives?
  • 3. E-Learning involves
    • Content
    • Technology
    • People
  • 4. Key phases in the process
    • Design
    • Development
    • Delivery
  • 5. Let’s look at them in the context of Web 2.0
  • 6. Technology Content and
  • 7.
    • Make changes, edit,
    • Linking, networking, collaboration
    • Fast, efficient content sharing,updation
    • Different ways of getting information
    • Internet moves beyond the computer
  • 8. Learning in the times of
    • Google
    • YouTube
    • Blogs, Wiki
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • … and so on
  • 9. Information Learning vs
  • 10. Role of Instructional Design in
    • E-learning for
        • Self-study
        • Blended Learning
        • Complementing traditional learning
  • 11. Implications for design and development
    • E-Learning 1.0
    • E-Learning 2.0
    • Centralized system
    • Restricted access
    • Design, Development and Delivery are separated
    • Use of proprietary tools
    • Standards compliance
    • Difficult to make changes
    • Dependency on vendors
    • Reduced dependency on centralized systems like LMS
    • Creative ways of content development with FOSS
    • Interact and share content, multiple forms
    • Reduced dependency on technical experts
    • Cater to less formal ways of learning
  • 12. Individual Social Learning is moving away from to
  • 13. Google is creating Waves…
  • 14. Academic e-Learning:Example
  • 15.  
  • 16.  
  • 17. Vocational information sharing and e-learning: Example
  • 18.  
  • 19. Corporate e-Learning
    • Generic training
      • Software training
      • Sales training
      • Compliance training
      • Communication and negotiation skills
      • Customer service skills
    • Training in specific verticals
      • Automotive
      • Telecommunication
      • Pharmaceuticals …etc
  • 20. Ways to enhance e-learning
    • Strategy to leverage Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) with special emphasis on learning needs in India
    • Integrate and synergize with Web 2.0 options, community spaces for better reach at less costs
    • Prepare teachers and trainers in working with these tools for content design, development , delivery
    • More…
  • 21. Web 2.0-Emerging issues
    • Learning culture is changing
    • Content overload
    • Several types of digital content
    • Personalization and relevance
    • Authenticity of content
    • Inability to discriminate
    • Other issues
  • 22. What next
    • Explore what Semantic Web (Web 3.0) has to offer for making e-learning more effective
    • As e-learning becomes ubiquitous, we need to re-think Instructional Design and content standards
    • If learning experience can empower the learners it can do the same for teachers , trainers and subject experts …explore how this can be achieved
  • 23. Ground reality
    • Let’s not lose focus on
        • Infrastructural issues
        • Power supply, bandwidth, hardware, maintenance
        • Our readiness
        • Attitude, awareness, training, cultural factors, change management
        • Support systems
        • Learner support, community forums for teachers, trainers and experts
  • 24. Thank you Thank you Blogs, Wikis, Community Forums, Facebook ,Twitter…