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Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations
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Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations

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Presented by Anusha Jain and Atanas Aladjov on L&D Innovation Expo (16 March 2013) organized by BGtrainers.com

Presented by Anusha Jain and Atanas Aladjov on L&D Innovation Expo (16 March 2013) organized by BGtrainers.com

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  • 1. Online Learning Development: Myths, Facts & Variations PRESENTED BY Atanas Aladjov Anusha Jain E-Business Consultant E-Learning Enthusiast Founder, Time2Know AVP – Buiness Development, G-Cubewww.gc-solutions.net
  • 2. Presenters Anusha Jain Learning Solutions Strategist 6 years of eLearning consultation Learn Comfortably, Work Efficiently A happy boss, but a happier family Atanas Aladjov Independent e-Commerce Consultant Agile Processes Coach Professional Trainer and Educator Mentor in E-business Corporate Developmentwww.gc-solutions.net
  • 3. AgendaKnow UseLearning: Myths & FactsWhy is eLearning must today?Best application of eLearningFew examplesHow to do it?Question & Answer www.gc-solutions.net
  • 4. Know Us: G-CubeEstablished : Year 2000 (12 Years of core E-Learning Experience)Business : E-Learning Products & ServicesMarkets : US & Europe (60%) Asia-Pacific (40%)Domains : Banking & Finance, ITeS, Pharma & Life Sciences, Retail, Telecom, Manufacturing, Online Education, eLearning OffshoringCustomers : 200+ customers across globe & domains Delivered 12,000 hour of learning content so farLocations : India, US & CandaWorkforce : Almost 250 people globallyRecognitions : 19 awards in last 3 years – Deloitte Fast 50 2009-12, Brandon Hall Gold, Silver & Bronze, CODiE, LearnX, The Learning Awards, Training Industry, Global eLearning awards, Apex Award of Excellence & more www.gc-solutions.net
  • 5. eLearning: Myths & FactsMyth: Condensed content over classroom trainingFact: e-Learning covers the same content as in Classroom training, and also involvesLearner engagementMyth: e-Learning involves huge expenditureFact: Yes, it does! However, with global audience and needs of continuous training, theexpenditure would be proportionate with ROIMyth: Any learning on PC is e-LearningFact: Technology advancement has helped learning to adapt to other platforms and now itcould be delivered on all kind of smart phone and tablet devicesMyth: My learners would not have deadlines for e-Courses and they would not be seriouson taking the courseFact: No! In fact, e-Course are designed to be flexible for learners, and adeadline/dependency can be set through a Learning Management System. Technologyadvancement had helped to re-invent e-Learning for a novice learner. www.gc-solutions.net
  • 6. Why is eLearning must today?• Globally dispersed employee base www.gc-solutions.net
  • 7. Why is eLearning must today?•• Just in Time Learning – 70/20/10 rule www.gc-solutions.net
  • 8. Why is eLearning must today?Technology advancement www.gc-solutions.net
  • 9. Why is eLearning must today?• Flexibility for Learners www.gc-solutions.net
  • 10. Why is eLearning must today?Achieve Training ROI www.gc-solutions.net
  • 11. eLearning Examples: Video Based Videos are back! - Was the most preferred tool for learning 10 to 15 years before. Why Videos? Better engagement – combines text, visual and audio Instant troubleshooting & Performance support tool Platform independent Low Development cost Enhanced knowledge sharing – User Generated videoswww.gc-solutions.net
  • 12. eLearning Examples: Simulations - Perform tasks for realLet Me - Perform prescribed tasks for real - Get feedback at the end of taskTest Me - Get immediate feedback - Request and receive on mistakes - Follow open-ended hintsCoach Me - Click to see more details and learn - Follow prompts - Watch Clicking NEXT, to continueShow Me - Watch Passively www.gc-solutions.net
  • 13. eLearning Examples: Scenario Rich Scenario based learning Learning in actual scenarios Storytelling – A pedagogical instrument Case studies & examples to depict relevance and long retention Common terminologies for improved connect Scenario based Assessments Better knowledge application Safer environment to practice acquired skills Plenty of options for user to think and experimentwww.gc-solutions.net
  • 14. Corporate Communication Theme: Introduction to Internal Procurement Network  E-Learning module aimed to present a new corporate online solution.  An online user guide of a Buyer portal for internal purchasing users, including 20+ step-by-step tutorials.Theme: Supplier Portal A complete online user guide about a Supplier portal activities in a rich set of step-by-step tutorials. Supplier portal is used by more than 3700 suppliers and the interactive tutorial is used as a step No2 in the supplier on-boarding after the initial engagement. www.gc-solutions.net
  • 15. Internationalization & LocalizationTheme: Dealer Network E-Learning module aimed to serve 2,500+ dealers and their users in a consistent and multilingual manner. With a couple of e-Learning media, Bridgestone was able to save more than 150k Euros in travel and training costs. Theme: Our Business Vision  An online media for introducing an innovative e-Business corporate activity – history, visions and opportunities.  A powerful and consistent communication tool for a world-wide organization with 13,000 + employees, 3,000+ partners and global network. www.gc-solutions.net
  • 16. Support Required from You Base Content & Subject Matter Expertise End-audience understanding – Profile and Analysis Single point of contact to provide sign-off on all intermediate deliverablesYou & Your Team Timely sign-offs on all intermediate deliverables IT infrastructure guidelines Content development guidelines (ID/Content Writing/Branding/Technical) www.gc-solutions.net
  • 17. New Age Solutions @ G-Cube 3D Projection Based Learning Mobile Learning AppsResponsive Web Design & Tin Can API Compliance www.gc-solutions.net
  • 18. G-Cube’s Clients SpeakVP - L&D, Robert Bosch Director - People Development, DBS Bank Mr. Atanas Aladjov – Managing Director, Time2Know Senior Manager, HR – HSBC Bank www.gc-solutions.net
  • 19. Questions / Path AheadWe would love to answer any question you may have! www.gc-solutions.net
  • 20. Thank You For Your Time & Attention Contact Us info@gc-solutions.net +91 120 4000 200www.gc-solutions.net

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