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  • 1. The difference betweenlearning and trainingEnrique Lima
  • 3. Overview The Power of Learning Training vs. a Learning Management Learning Plan Platform
  • 4. One scary thingWatch your eyes …The end goal is to help enable anorganization’s path and drive to … Adoption
  • 5. Traditional vs. Mindset ShiftTRAINING VS. LEARNING
  • 6. Training vs. Learning Training  Normally focused off-the-shelf solutions  No follow through or assessment as part of the delivery  Demos and labs based on highlighting product features Tracking on delivery completion Learning  Tailored to customer’s solution and needs  Tracking is essential  Follow through using assessments after each lesson  Demos and labs based on highlighting customer’s solution
  • 7. Traditional Approach IT Pros Developers End Users
  • 8. Let’s talk about that ...• Does it make sense for the reality of SharePoint?• Are those too general?• Are we positioning a product or intending to implement a solution?
  • 9. Mindset Shift Members Site Owners Site Collection Administrators Farm Administrators Architects Developers/Designers
  • 10. The Power Behind aLEARNING PLAN
  • 11. How do we even start?• Learning Plan – What is the goal? – How do we deliver it? – Plan the approach – Build a path!!
  • 12. The Process Users or Site Owners Site Collection Farm Architects Developers / Members Administrators Administrators Designers Introduction to SharePoint 2010 Power End User Training Site Administration Governance and Taxonomy Workflow Levels I & II SharePoint 2010 Administration Customizing SharePoint Sites with SharePoint Designer 2010 Implementing Business Intelligence Solutions SharePoint 2010 Development InfoPath Implementing Search
  • 13. Assessments• Pre• Post• “Certification” of Skills 14
  • 14. Delivery Options Computer-based  Practically unlimited user base  Self-paced  Web-based training Classroom  Up to 16 attendees per training session  Instructor-led 15
  • 15. In Summary Blended approach to leverage Computer-based and Classroom delivery Allows for follow Demos and labs through using based on assessments after deployed solution each lesson Use of Learning Management System recommended Tailored to client’s solution and needs 16
  • 17. Approach• Build a natural environment – Could we … should we deliver it in SharePoint? – Does it fit?
  • 18. Sample RequirementsGeneral Requirements• Allow individuals or managers to sign-up Individuals.• Use SharePoint Learning Kit as base.• Individuals will be presented with a landing page that lists their Learning Plan.• Individual’s information will be gathered from the User Profile System.
  • 19. Sample Requirements• Courses will be broken into Modules and then Tasks• Courses will have a general information page or landing page that will allow users to gather more information about a course and contents.• Courses will have a collection of quizzes and assessments• Records will be kept on quizzes and assessments per individual and general counts on the numbers on individuals that have taken the quiz/assessment vs. those that passed.• Use of User Profile System, Lists and Libraries.
  • 20. Sample RequirementsAdministration Requirements• Be able to print roster of individuals that have attended a course, or chart progress within a course.• Track overall activity of Individuals on the learning plan.• Be able to assign roles to learning plans.• Be able to assign courses to learning plans.• Maintain a list of individuals who passed the assessment.• Reports will be generated for: – Individuals that have taken assessments – Individuals that have passed assessments – Individuals that have taken a given course/module/task
  • 21. Drive the Learning Plan Learning Plan Courses Roles Modules Individuals Tasks
  • 22. Assessment Flow Assessment Results Assessment Individual Role Course Learning Plan / Learning Path
  • 23. Content• Videos – Keep focus on the task at hand – Task driven• Text – Documents – Single Printable guides• Wiki – Living document
  • 24. Some examples• Point8020 ShowMe• The SharePoint Shepherd’s Guide for End Users• Mindsharp
  • 25. In Closing One Size does not Fit All Assessments Make it show enable Milestone driven growth Learn the Culture of Learning for the Organization Make it part of the Solution
  • 26. Questions & Evals
  • 27. ScarePintRight here at the UC Bearcat Loungeimmediately following the closingsessionGenerously sponsored by
  • 28. Thanks To Our Sponsors