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  • 1. Introduction of E-Learning M12W0060 Chen lemin
  • 2. CONTENTS Definition of e-learning How your company might benefit from e-learning Different e-learning models E-learning as a business tool Company with a small budget and e-learning Classroom courses versus e-learning How Many Students are learning online? Are Learning Outcomes in Online Courses are Comparable to Face-to-Face? Classroom training and e-learning Your employees and e-learning Student motivation E-learning instructors Summary References
  • 3. What is E-Learning? • E-learning (electronic learning) is a term covering a wide set of applications and processes, such as Web-based learning, computer-based learning, virtual classrooms, and digital collaboration. It includes the delivery of content mainly via Internet, but also can be via intranet/extranet (LAN/WAN), audio- and videotape, satellite broadcast, interactive TV, CD-ROM, and more.
  • 4. How Can Your Company Benefit from e-Learning? Employees can learn: • without traveling to class • at their convenience • based on their learning styles: Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic & Tactile. Determine your learning style.
  • 5. E-Learning Models New-Job-Role Training —you can teach employees how to perform a new job role. New managers, “new hires” generally require new knowledge and new skills. It can be partly self- study and partly interactive where the students work with an instructor and/or with other students. “Update” Training – You can update employees who have already been trained on the latest state-of-the-art developments. It can be self-study or instructor-led. “Tip of the Iceberg” Training – when employee needs to know “a little” about a topic but doesn’t need to become an expert. For example, a technical employee can learn the basics of marketing, a project manager – the basics of database, etc. It can be self-study or instructor-led.
  • 6. E-learning as a BusinessTool For example: • you teach C++ because your employees need it to improve their work skills • teaching negotiation skills your employees improves your company’s customer support • learning about the new product helps your employees to sell your company’s product better.
  • 7. Company with a Small Budget and e- Learning E-learning doesn't always require a large budget. If you have a small budget, you should look at "renting"or "leasing" entire e-learning solution instead of building one. Or you might consider "renting" a part of your e-learning solution and building only part of it. There are many learning vendors who have e-learning courseware available from their web sites. You can contact one of them to deliver e-learning course to your employees.
  • 8. Classroom Courses vs. E-Learning Earlier technologies for learning at a distance included CD-ROMs, audiotapes, and videotapes. However, in recent years the Internet became most popular e-learning delivery solution because of accessibility, familiarity, and convenience.
  • 9. How Many Students are learning online?
  • 10. What is E-Learning?
  • 11. Are Learning Outcomes in Online Courses are Comparable to Face-to-Face?
  • 12. Classroom training and e-learning • E-learning (electronic learning) is a term covering a wide set of applications and processes, such as Web-based learning, computer-based learning, virtual classrooms, and digital collaboration. It includes the delivery of content mainly via Internet, but also can be via intranet/extranet (LAN/WAN), audio- and videotape, satellite broadcast, interactive TV, CD-ROM, and more.
  • 13. Your employees and e-learning Teaching an e-learning course is harder than teaching a classroom course. You should take into consideration the following global considerations: • Language –students from different countries speak different languages. You have two choices – translate your course or adapt it for the foreign students. • Time zone -- when it’s 8AM in New York, it’s 9PM in Tokyo. The solution is to emphasize some asynchronous communication: bulletin board messages, e-mail, etc. • Cultural differences – for example, humor.
  • 14. Student motivation Many people are accustomed to learning only in traditional classroom environments and find it hard to learn “on their own.” Some key student motivations include: • The course teaches something that is critical to doing the immediate job. • The student is working toward a certification or a degree. • The student is required by management to prove that they completed a course.
  • 15. Summary Research shows that e-learning works as well as classroom learning. It is safe to say that in 5-10 years all companies are good candidates for using e-learning. The cost of e-learning can vary widely. You could spend hundreds, or you could spend multimillions. The cost components for e-learning include the courseware, the course delivery expenses (including instructors), marketing/promotional communications with the students, administration and support expenses. The size and complexity of your training problem influencing your e-learning costs. You can’t avoid risk, but ROI lets you predict the risk.
  • 16. References Henderson A. J. (2003). The E-learning Question and Answer Book. New York, NY: American Management Association. The Sloan Consortium, Class Differences: Online Education in the United States, 2010
  • 17. Assignment Create the Module 1 for your e-learning course in PowerPoint (at least 10 slides with images). Don’t forget to include Assignments and References at the end of your presentation. Create a link to Module 1 on your wiki. Click on EDIT and FILE to upload your PowerPoint on wikispaces. Please go to our exemplary site to see an example for Module 1 My position I am a CEO. (My company’s name) Life Style company. (My company’s brief description) It is a online shop company that shop in china from the comfort of your home (Employees) since it is a whole new company at now we have only 10 employees Tltle of the course Funny to learn