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Describes e-learning project management approach based on ADDIE model. Contains group activities to explore different phases and make decisions on project tools to use. Workshop delivered at eFest ...

Describes e-learning project management approach based on ADDIE model. Contains group activities to explore different phases and make decisions on project tools to use. Workshop delivered at eFest 2007.

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  • Oops Kim. Completely missed your comment here. We used this for a workshop, ending with a 'game' in which attendees were asked to choose from a stack of old tools & new tools (each on a card with description), those tools that would suit their project.
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  • this will be useful as I am managing an online project for library learning objects :o)
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Planning & communication for online learning projects Planning & communication for online learning projects Presentation Transcript

  • Planning and communication for online projects: How do we get where we want to go? Kate Hunt, Learning Designer Joyce Seitzinger, eLearning Advisor EIT Hawke’s Bay Presented at eFest 2007 , Wellington, New Zealand
  • Treat Any Kind of Online Learning Development as a Project
    • Need other people, eg ed tech staff, librarians, test users, multimedia people, academic advisor, instructional designers
    • Need to plan so you will have the resources you need, (people or materials)
    • Need to plan for any staff development that needs to be done or arrange an alternative
    • If it isn't a project it simply won't happen because other things take priority
  • Collaboration between lecturers and ed tech staff – some issues
    • Educational Technology Staff may have 10+ projects
    • Teaching staff have little ‘extra’ time
    • Teaching staff are used to working by themselves
    • More?
  • Our Project Tool Examples
    • School of Nursing Study Guides – Use of Blackboard
    • Online Facilitation Course – Use of Moodle Teacher Forum & Chatroom
    • Educational Website – FTP and MSN Messenger
    • EIT Online Vit & Wine Degree – Shared Moodle Space for resources & discussion
    • WITT Communication Paper – Shared Moodle Space
    • E-Pacific – Skype and Shared Moodle Space
  • Your Project Tool Examples?
  • pADDTIE
  • preparation
    • Does it match organisation’s priorities/strategy?
    • Is this project feasible, in broad lines?
    • Touch base with parties likely to be involved – get their opinion
    • Small here because often the strategic decision to go ahead has already been made
  • Analysis
    • identify the learner profile
    • understand existing knowledge & skills of audience and how to achieve desired outcomes 
    • technical analysis
    • determine people
    • determine tools
    • analyse current skills & gaps of project team
    • create timeline/schedule
    • determine activities & assigned task list
    • understand budget
    • set-up archive for documenting decisions & actions
  • Design
    • create an overall design document
    • create separate scripts/storyboards
    • keep running list of learning resources
    • keep running list of experts
    • search for new learning resources
    • track project progress against schedule
    • track project progress against task list
    • keep task list up-to-date
    • maintain archive for documenting decisions & actions
    • get advice/feedback from experts & peers on design
  • Development
    • track project progress against schedule
    • track project progress against task list
    • keep task list up-to-date
    • maintain archive for documenting decisions & actions
    • search for existing learning resources
    • create learning resources
    • upload resources
    • develop test plan (for Testing)
    • develop roll-out plan for students (for Implementation)
  • Testing
    • track project progress against schedule
    • track project progress against task list
    • keep task list up-to-date
    • maintain an archive for documenting decisions & actions
    • test finished product by representative users (3-4)
    • document findings (based on collected data)
    • decide on recommendations (feasibility, cost)
    • make alterations
    • test again 
  • Implementation
    • implement roll-out plan for students
    • materials are delivered or made accessible to the student group
    • lecturer(s) facilitate the course
    • keep opportunities log
  • Evaluation & Maintenance
    • evaluation of course by students
    • evaluation of course by lecturer (opportunities log)
    • evaluation of course by other staff (library, helpdesk,...)
    • re-assess all resources (broken links? newer versions?)
    • decide on recommendations (feasibility, cost)
    • make alterations
    • test again
    • and back to implementation...
  • Activity 1: Complete the phase
    • get into 4 groups
    • each group is assigned one phase (only ADDT)
    • each phase has associated tasks already printed
    • 3 minutes to add anything that’s missing…
  • Activity 2: How would you like to work together?
    • each group has two sets of cards
    • each card describes a tool
      • traditional tools
      • online/new tools
    • decide which tools best suit your phase of the process and your situation
    • Write on tool card how you would use that tool
    • 15 minutes then report from each group (3 min)
    • tip 1: Shuffle thru tools and quickly discard those that are clearly unsuitable
    • tip 2: You can add your own tools – empty cards are provided
  • Further information or questions Kate Hunt [email_address] Skype: kate.hunt Joyce Seitzinger, EIT Hawke’s Bay [email_address] Skype: joyceseitzinger