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  • 1. Guidelines & Resources Delivered to you Online 231008
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      • Innovate & Integrate research:
      • What does embedding really mean?
    key finding no. 6 embedding innovative practice requires diverse strategies and styles
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    • http://innovate2integrate.wetpaint.com/
    • Join the wiki and add your ideas on this page
  • 7.
    • 1. Brainstorm your e-opportunities
    • 2. Conduct reality checks on e-ideas
        • Relevance
        • Practicality
        • Impact
    • 3. Research and explore models
        • Case studies
        • Showcases
        • Exemplars
    • 4. Prepare an e-learning plan
  • 8.
    • Some promising early ideas for new ways you could use e-learning at your organisation. (Think of new programs, or extensions/enhancement of current ones)
    • How the idea will enhance your strategic directions or solve an issue for students or teachers
    • What’s the idea?
    • How will it match your vision or strategy?
  • 9.
    • Now note the strengths and weaknesses of your idea against the criteria. Rate each criterion out of 10 (eg 1= not a good look, 10= a real strength)
    • Circle or highlight choice
    • Relevance :
    • Meets a clear, documented client need
    • Good fit for the learner group
    • Learner information and communication technology (ICT) skills are achievable
    • Rating:
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  • 10.
    • Now note the strengths and weaknesses of your idea against the criteria. Rate each criterion out of 10 (eg 1= not a good look, 10= a real strength)
    • Circle or highlight choice
    • Practicality :
    • Builds on existing success (eg popular course area)
    • Has a clear leader with necessary skills to drive the project
    • Existing learning material available or customisable
    • Uses available or accessible or obtainable tools
    • Rating:
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  • 11.
    • Now note the strengths and weaknesses of your idea against the criteria. Rate each criterion out of 10 (eg 1= not a good look, 10= a real strength)
    • Circle or highlight choice
    • Up skilling for staff directly involved is achievable
    • Marketable: target group can be identified and reached for promotion
    • Containable: can be ready to go in reasonable time and/or to fit semester/brochure deadlines
    • Ratings :
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  • 12.
    • Now note the strengths and weaknesses of your idea against the criteria. Rate each criterion out of 10 (eg 1= not a good look, 10= a real strength)
    • Circle or highlight choice
    • Impact:
    • Would measurably improve quality (retention, outcomes)
    • Supported by and reinforces organisation’s goals and culture
    • Cost benefit: best potential results for the resources required
    • Rating :
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    • Now note the strengths and weaknesses of your idea against the criteria. Rate each criterion out of 10 (eg 1= not a good look, 10= a real strength)
    • Circle or highlight choice
    • Would provide competitive edge, is very marketable, and builds image
    • Sustainable – can continue without project/start-up funding next time
    • Developmental – can be re-used as model or extended within and/or beyond the centre/organisation
    • Rating :
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    • Agenda :
      • Identify roles and Implementation Phases
        • Use the Four Phase Key Tasks online tool
      • Select the key tasks relevant to your position in your organisation
        • Refer to the Four Phase Strategy handout
      • Discuss ‘What does embedding look like?’
        • Refer to the Checklist: signs that an organisation is embedding e-learning
      • Discuss key tasks
      • Compile a sample action task list
        • Post it to a page in the Network of Champions wiki
  • 17.
    • Which one are you?
    • What will you do?
  • 18.
    • Which one are you?
    • What will you do?
  • 19.
    • Which one are you?
    • What will you do?
  • 20.
    • Which one are you?
    • What will you do?
  • 21.
    • Agenda :
      • Unpack the key messages about Business Models:
        • Use Quick Tips 1 to explore the GippsTAFE business model
        • Use Quick Tips 2 to explore the GippsTAFE ‘Top Ten Tips’
      • Unpack the key messages from an Implementation Model:
        • Use Quick Tips 3 to explore the Digital Storytelling model of implementation – Rogers Innovation Attributes Template
    Quick Tips are word documents to be shared here.
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    • Agenda :
      • Unpack the key messages from a Business Case
        • Use Quick Tips 4 to explore the entry level Business Case - E-learning Opportunity Analysis document from Designing E-learning
      • Compile a sample E-learning Initiative
      • Create an E-learning plan
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    • Ph: 0260 208337
    • M: 0414 532 785
    • E: [email_address]
    • W: http://coachcarole2008.ning.com/