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E-learning Implimentation
E-learning Implimentation
E-learning Implimentation
E-learning Implimentation
E-learning Implimentation
E-learning Implimentation
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E-learning Implimentation
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E-learning Implimentation

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  • 1. Implementation
    of an Effective
    e-learning program
    And avoiding the Pitfalls
  • 2. What does it take to create a successful e-learning program?
    Faculty
    “if done correctly E-learning can be a very
    effective tool for organizations that need to
    improve staff development or provide training in new products and processes”. (Stockley, 2006)
  • 3. Ingredients for a successful e-learning program
    Faculty
    • Fully qualified to teach
    • 4. Interested in doing so on-line
    The Leadership
    • Expectations
    “The faculty must accept the responsibility
    now for shaping distance learning and, in the process; it should also attempt to reclaim ground lost in the development of programs for returning students”. (Freenberg, 1999)
  • 5. Ingredients for a successful e-learning program
    2 ways to contribute to raising the student learning outcomes
    engaged, meaningful learning with collaboration involving challenging and real-life tasks
    technology as a tool for learning, communication, and collaboration
    (Dowling, 2001 p.1)
  • 6. Active Simulations
  • 7.
  • 8. Determining the type of E-Learning Program
    • Collaboration Tools
    • 9. Blogs
    • 10. File sharing
    • 11. Voice over IP(VOIP)
    • 12. Web conferencing
    • 13. Wikis
    • 14. E-Mail
    • 15. Instant Messaging
    • 16. hyper linking
    • 17. Most common part of any online experience
    • 18. Most difficult to maintain
    • 19. Costs the learners too much time to filter the unrelated information
    • 20. Evaluations
    • 21. Assessment questions
    • 22. Multiple choice questions
    • 23. exams
  • the nature of innovation
    • We must continue to find innovative ways of keeping our learners engaged.
    • 24. Use various approaches to capture the learners attention
    • 25. Interactive gameplay
    • 26. Roleplaying
    • 27. Simulations
    • 28. Should only be used as tools to assist the facilitator and not to babysit the learner
    “Successful learning environments should also provide intrinsic motivation by promoting challenges, piquing curiosity, and enabling active participation”. (Grissino, 2004)
  • 29. Online learning is not just simply a cookie-cutter type program.
    Questions?
  • 30. References
    Brodsky, M. (2003) E-Learning Implimentation: Your Road to Success. Retrieved July 1, 2011, from http://www.contactprofessional.com/topics/managing-motivating/e-learning-implementation-your-roadmap-success-602
    Chang, K.-E., Sung, Y.-T., & Hou, H.-T. (2006). Web-based Tools for Designing and Developing Teaching Materials for Integration of Information Technology into Instruction. Educational Technology & Society, 9 (4), 139-149. Retrieved on 4 July 2011 from http://ifets.info/journals/9_4/12.pdf
    Dowling, L. (2001) Critical Factors in the Effective Use of Technology, Retrieved on 5 July 2011 from http://www.dowlingcentral.com/gradschool/Edu6420/project1.html
    Feenberg, A. (1999). Reflections on the Distance Learning Controversy. Canadian Journal Of Communication, 24(3). Retrieved July 1, 2011, from http://www.cjc-online.ca/index.php/journal/article/view/1110/1016
    Grissino, A. (2004) 10 ways to engage online learners. Retrieved July 1, 2011, from http://www.stcsig.org/idl/newsletter/2004_summer/article_2.shtml
    Stockley, D. (2006). Building a successful e-learning strategy. Retrieved July 3, 2011, from http://www.eimagazine.com/xq/asp/sid.0/articleid.6603747E-DD0B-4A43-930B-7E78FABAB56C/qx/display.htm

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