Best Practices in Creating Scenario-Based E-learning with Your SMEs
 

Best Practices in Creating Scenario-Based E-learning with Your SMEs

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Allen Interaction's senior instructional strategist, Angel Green, discusses best practices, strategies and techniques to help you utilize the limited time you have with your SMEs. Angel will share 5 ...

Allen Interaction's senior instructional strategist, Angel Green, discusses best practices, strategies and techniques to help you utilize the limited time you have with your SMEs. Angel will share 5 great tips you can start using today to improve the quality of your relationship with your SMEs during the e-learning development process.
In this webinar gain 5 tips on:

1. Picking the right people

2. Asking the right questions

3. Partnering to the end

4. Being a sales person

5. Having a lifeline

Some questions that we will answer:

* What is the biggest challenge you have in terms of the role of your SMEs in your e-learning course development projects?

*In your dream world, if you could have access to any SME, but could only choose one, who would you recruit for your e-learning project?
Do you struggle capturing the information you need from your subject matter experts (SMEs) to build scenario-driven e-learning?

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     Best Practices in Creating Scenario-Based E-learning with Your SMEs Best Practices in Creating Scenario-Based E-learning with Your SMEs Presentation Transcript

    • Scenario Based eLearning with Your SMEs
    • Share Via Twitter #smepartnership Follow @learneradvocate @customelearning
    • This Presentation Was Compiled By: Angel Green, MS senior instructional strategist @learneradvocate
    • Questions Respond in the Comments section below • What is your role in the e-learning process? • What is the biggest challenge you have in terms of the role of your SMEs in your e-learning course development projects? • In your dream world, if you could have access to any SME, but could only choose one, who would you recruit for your e-learning project?
    • Allen Interactions’ Project Development Stages
    • Allen Interactions’ CCAF Design Model
    • Best Practice Tip 1 Pick the Right People
    • SME Types Expert Enthusiast • Booked schedule • Burdened to provide input • Believes that information sharing is necessary precursor to performance • Often removed from day-to-day realities • Disconnect between corporate and employees • Available for meetings • Anxious to provide input • Can differentiate between the “must know” and “nice to know” information • Lives the day-to-day reality • Helps create an authentic learning experience
    • Strike the right balance
    • Questions? Please use the Comments section to discuss your experiences!
    • Best Practice Tip 2 Ask the Right Questions
    • …to this From this…
    • Allen Interactions’ CCAF Design Model
    • Best Practice Tip 3 Partnering to the End
    • Allen Interactions’ SAM Process
    • Best Practice Tip 4 Be a Salesperson
    • Download the AutoNation Case Study! learn.alleninteractions.com/autonation
    • Best Practice Tip 5 Have a Lifeline
    • Download the CCAF Kit Today! info.alleninteractions.com/ccaf-e-book
    • Access Our Demos info.alleninteractions.com/demos
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