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Effective E-learning Course Design Effective E-learning Course Design Presentation Transcript

  • The Fading Blackboard
  • The Fading Blackboard E-learning and Effective Course Design
  • The Fading Blackboard E-learning and Effective Course Design By: Danielle Gruden
  • Why E-Learn?
  • Why E-Learn?
  • “The flexibility of e-learning systems allows individuals to learn at their own convenience and pace with time for reflection. Web-based instruction enables adults to have more control of their own learning …provides a variety of distinctive benefits; (E-learning) enables learners to receive training or assistance just-in-time… E-learning solutions facilitate the delivery of the right information and skills to the right people at the right time.” (Waddill, 2006)
  • The grass isn’t always greener on the other side...
  • “E-learning differs form traditional education in that it includes ICT in the learning process. Due to some disadvantages of online learning (feeling of isolation, lack of interaction with fellow students and teachers, huge dropout) it can be unsuccessful.”
  • “E-learning differs form traditional education in that it includes ICT in the learning process. Due to some disadvantages of online learning (feeling of isolation, lack of interaction with fellow students and teachers, huge dropout) it can be unsuccessful.” “Growing e-learning and e-courses market does not mean that the education supply is being improved and that the possibilities for acquiring new knowledge are becoming more varied.”
  • “E-learning differs form traditional education in that it includes ICT in the learning process. Due to some disadvantages of online learning (feeling of isolation, lack of interaction with fellow students and teachers, huge dropout) it can be unsuccessful.” "Even though it seems that e-learning could solve many problems of gaining knowledge, some researchers stated serious problems connected with e-learning - e.g. high dropout rates, no significant difference in acquired knowledge and unsuccessfulness of e-learning projects.” “Growing e-learning and e-courses market does not mean that the education supply is being improved and that the possibilities for acquiring new knowledge are becoming more varied.”
  • “E-learning differs form traditional education in that it includes ICT in the learning process. Due to some disadvantages of online learning (feeling of isolation, lack of interaction with fellow students and teachers, huge dropout) it can be unsuccessful.” "Even though it seems that e-learning could solve many problems of gaining knowledge, some researchers stated serious problems connected with e-learning - e.g. high dropout rates, no significant difference in acquired knowledge and unsuccessfulness of e-learning projects.” “Growing e-learning and e-courses market does not mean that the education supply is being improved and that the possibilities for acquiring new knowledge are becoming more varied.” (Sulčič and Lesjak, 2009)
  • How does someone make an effective E-learning course?
  • 1.
  • The Basics
  • The Basics Create Flexibility Facilitate the delivery of info. to the right Encourage community people at the right through social time interaction Active instructor - Provide resources on without a dominant a just-in-time basis role Promote less direction E-learning solutions
  • The Basics Create Flexibility Facilitate the delivery of info. to the right Encourage community people at the right through social time interaction Active instructor - Provide resources on without a dominant a just-in-time basis role Promote less direction E-learning solutions (Waddill, 2006)
  • 2.
  • Make It User Friendly
  • Make It User Friendly “Today’s e-learning lessons are light years ahead of the old “page turner” lessons. The forward and back buttons are easy. But today’s courses also have glossaries, file attachments, FAQs, narration scripts, progress quizzes, software simulations, games, interactive exercises, and more.”
  • Make It User Friendly “Today’s e-learning lessons are light years ahead of the old “page turner” lessons. The forward and back buttons are easy. But today’s courses also have glossaries, file attachments, FAQs, narration scripts, progress quizzes, software simulations, games, interactive exercises, and more.” (Simon, 2009)
  • 3.
  • Participate
  • Participate “Teaching strategies, i.e. methods and ways of teaching as well as testing and assessment methods are much more important than the use of ICT in education. Teaching strategies depend on a number of factors, above all on the participants in education, the level of education, contents and the purpose of education.”
  • Participate “Teaching strategies, i.e. methods and ways of teaching as well as testing and assessment methods are much more important than the use of ICT in education. Teaching strategies depend on a number of factors, above all on the participants in education, the level of education, contents and the purpose of education.” (Sulčič et al.,2009)
  • (Simon, 2009)
  • "A well-designed e-learning lesson will break through any obstacle in its way and will illuminate the light bulbs of all learners who touch it.” (Simon, 2009)
  • "A well-designed e-learning lesson will break through any obstacle in its way and will illuminate the light bulbs of all learners who touch it.” (Simon, 2009)
  • References
  • References Santhanam, R., Sasidharan, S., & Webster, J. (2008). Using Self-Regulatory Learning to Enhance E-Learning-Based Information Technology Training. Information Systems Research, 19(1), 26-47. doi:10.1287/isre.1070.0141. Simon, M. (2009). E-LEARNING NO HOW. T+D, 63(1), 34-39. Retrieved from Business Source Premier database. Sims, J., Vidgen, R., & Powell, P. (2008). E-Learning and the Digital Divide: Perpetuating Cultural and Socio-Economic Elitism in Higher Education. Communications of AIS, 2008(22), 429-442. Retrieved from Business Source Premier database. Sulčič, V., & Lesjak, D. (2009). E-LEARNING AND STUDY EFFECTIVENESS. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 49(3), 40-47. Retrieved from Business Source Premier database. Waddill, D. (2006). Action E-learning: An exploratory case study of action learning applied online. Human Resource Development International, 9(2), 157-171. doi:10.1080/13678860600616347.