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Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
Selecting a Learning Management System
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Selecting a Learning Management System

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eLearning Technology Selection and Implementation

eLearning Technology Selection and Implementation

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    • 1.
      • Introduction to Selecting a
      • Learning Management System (LMS)
      Presenter: Hiram Kuykendall, CTO eLearning Technology Selection and Implementation
    • 2. Introduction to Selecting an LMS
      • Review the most commonly omitted questions when selecting a Learning
      • Management System (LMS)
    • 3. Learning Management System (LMS) Defined
      • Minimum LMS Definition
      • User Authentication
      • Course Enrollment / Tracking
      • Security ( Role Based )
      • Content Management Component
      • Strategy for Training Material Dissemination
      • Usually Contains Tool
        • Quiz
        • Standard WBT Interface (SCROM)
        • Wiki, Forum, Glossary…
    • 4. Audience
      • Who is your target audience?
    • 5. Audience
      • Implications of Audience for LMS Selection / Cost:
      • LMS Licensing (Per Seat, Per User)
      • Languages:
        • State Agencies: English and Spanish Requirements
        • Public Sector: All Languages
      • Increased Security Requirements
      • Accessibility
      Example: Making Training Publically Available
    • 6. Audience
      • Scope Creep!!!
      • AKA
      • Scope at a Full Run
    • 7.
      • Information Technology Infrastructure
    • 8. Technology Culture
      • Client Question: Why are the technology folks so difficult to work with?
      • Bit by dog as a child.
      • Gamma rays from the computers have turned them evil.
      • They are trying to manage technology resources with limited staff.
    • 9. Technology Culture: Supported Technology
      • GOAL: Create a preferred technology guideline .
    • 10. Technology Culture: Supported Technology
      • Engage your technology department.
      • Web Server
      • Server Operating System
      • Database Server
      • Available Hardware
      • Programming Language (If Applicable)
      Supported Technology Platforms System Interfaces
      • Human Resource
      • Authentication
      • Course Enrollment
    • 11. Technology Culture: Supported Technology
      • Suggestion:
      • Keep Technology Options Open
        • Mandatory: Limit to Interfaces
        • Suggested: Current Technology Specifications
      • Strategies for New Technology
        • Look at Outsourcing Pilot / First Phase Hosting
        • Negotiate with Vendor for Gap Help
    • 12. LMS vs. ELearning Modules (Content)
    • 13. LMS vs. ELearning Modules (Content) Learning Management System
      • Authentication
      • Content Management
      • Tracking
      Training Modules - Integrated Training Modules - External Application Program Interface (API) Content Storage
    • 14. LMS vs. ELearning Modules (Content) LMS: Moodle WBT Training Module SCORM API API = Application Programming Interface SCORM = Sharable Content Object Reference Model WBT = Web Based Training
    • 15. LMS vs. ELearning Modules (Content)
      • How portable are the training modules?
      • Goal: Understand how proprietary the LMS solution is.
      • Question: What steps are necessary to port the training module to another LMS solutions?
        • Research: AICC / SCORM API
      • Question: What tools are used to create the training modules?
        • Research: Flash, Toolbook, Proprietary
    • 16. LMS vs. ELearning Modules (Content)
      • How is training content stored?
      Goal: Understand how proprietary the training modules are. Question: Can the training content be exported?
    • 17. Features
    • 18. Features
      • Core Features:
      • Authentication
      • Course Enrollment
      • Content Management
      • Quiz / Assessment
        • Printable Certificates
        • Analysis Tools
      • Content Delivery
        • SCORM is an interface!!!!
        • Native Content Delivery
      • Searchable Glossary
    • 19. Training Plan: Web Based Training
      • Web Based Training (WBT)
      • Core Features
      • Pod Cast
      • Blogs
      • Wikis
      • E-Payments
      • Strategies for Controlling Access
        • Opening / Closing Courses
        • Restricting Access
        • Workflow ( Prerequisites )
    • 20. Training Plan: Blended Learning
      • Web Based Training (WBT)
      • + Instructor Led Training (ILT)
      • = Blended Learning
      • Blended Learning
      • Course Scheduling
      • Instructor Assignment
      • Room Assignment
      • Rescheduling
      • Waiting List
    • 21. Thank You!
      • Takeaway Points
        • Define you audience.
        • Engage your IT department.
          • Create a guideline .
          • Stay flexible, address gap issues.
        • Determine how proprietary the LMS is.
        • Determine your minimum feature set.
      • What’s Next?
        • ELearning Features and Functionality (handout)
        • Open Source LMS
          • Moodle: http://moodle.org
        • Training Module
          • API: Buzzwords: SCORM, AICC
          • Feel for Tools: Toolbook, Flash

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