Introduction of E-Learning
M12W0060
Chen lemin
CONTENTS
Definition of e-learning
How your company might benefit from e-learning
Different e-learning models
E-learning as...
What is E-Learning?
• E-learning (electronic learning) is a term
covering a wide set of applications and
processes, such a...
How Can Your Company
Benefit from e-Learning?
Employees can learn:
• without traveling to class
• at their convenience
• b...
E-Learning Models
New-Job-Role Training —you can teach employees how to
perform a new job role. New managers, “new hires” ...
E-learning as a BusinessTool
For example:
• you teach C++ because your employees need it
to improve their work skills
• te...
Company with a Small Budget and e-
Learning
E-learning doesn't always require a large budget.
If you have a small budget, ...
Classroom Courses vs. E-Learning
Earlier technologies for learning at a distance
included CD-ROMs, audiotapes, and
videota...
How Many Students are learning online?
What is E-Learning?
Are Learning Outcomes in Online Courses
are Comparable to Face-to-Face?
Classroom training and e-learning
• E-learning (electronic learning) is a term
covering a wide set of applications and
pro...
Your employees and e-learning
Teaching an e-learning course is harder than teaching a
classroom course.
You should take in...
Student motivation
Many people are accustomed to learning only in
traditional classroom environments and find it hard to
l...
Summary
Research shows that e-learning works as well as classroom
learning. It is safe to say that in 5-10 years all compa...
References
Henderson A. J. (2003). The E-learning
Question and Answer Book. New York,
NY: American Management Association....
Assignment
Create the Module 1 for your e-learning course in PowerPoint (at least
10 slides with images). Don’t forget to ...
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  1. 1. Introduction of E-Learning M12W0060 Chen lemin
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 9. How Many Students are learning online?
  10. 10. What is E-Learning?
  11. 11. Are Learning Outcomes in Online Courses are Comparable to Face-to-Face?
  12. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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
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