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  • Virtual learning: range of technologies, teaching strategies, presentations and learning activities which encourage and promote real time voice interactions between a group of learners and trainers online.LMS:Integrated course management tool for training organisations to deliver content, conduct collaborative activities and track learner progressBlogs: An easy-to-update web site publishing tool ideal for online journals, diaries, portfolios and web communities. Can include text, audio, video and “feeds” from other blogs.Wikis: A website or similar online resource which allows users to add and edit content collectivelyWeb 2.0 tools/ social networking tools: Most social network services are primarily web based and provide various ways for users to interact, such as chat/ messaging, email, video, voicechat, file sharing, blogging, groups, image and video sharing and so on.
  • E learning strategy project nov 11

    1. 1. eleaders4hume
    2. 2. November 2011eleaders4humee-learning strategy ELearning ….. ….. an important strategic asset for our organisation
    3. 3. November 2011eleaders4hume Visione-learning strategy Our organisation will have the capacity (resources & staff) to offer students a choice of attending learning F2F or online
    4. 4. November 2011eleaders4hume Technology for E-Learninge-learning strategy Our organisation will provide appropriate support to all staff and assist them to acquire and operate technology to the benefit of students, tutors, employers and the community. The new technology has been identified as •Virtual Classrooms •Learning Management Systems •Blogs •Wikis •Web 2.0 / Social Networking Tools
    5. 5. November 2011eleaders4hume Uses & Applicationse-learning strategy Our organisation will ensure we will continue to expand the uses and applications of the e-learning strategy and will build on those identified below • Professional Development for Staff and Management • Course delivery via blended learning • Remote learning opportunities • Collaborative teaching • Engaging disengaged or marginalised learners • Providing networking opportunities for students • Enable participation where low uptake may occur • Social inclusion and networking
    6. 6. November 2011eleaders4hume Contente-learning strategy The e-learning resources will include but not be limited to the following content: • Learning Resources • Web page links • Assessments • Practice tasks • Forums (i.e. blogs and wikis) • Discussions • Trainer feedback • Timelines • Class recordings
    7. 7. November 2011eleaders4hume Peoplee-learning strategy Our organisation will support our staff in embedding e-learning by: • Identifying an organisational e-leader • Promoting awareness of e-learning vision across the whole organisation • Involving all staff in implementing e-learning strategy We will implement processes to support our e-learners, including: • Informing learners of ICT skills needed for e-learning • Developing & implementing ICT skills assessment process for learners • Developing & offering ICT skills training for potential e-learners • Encouraging ongoing development of ICT skills through self directed learning
    8. 8. November 2011eleaders4hume Training & Supporte-learning strategy Our organisation will ensure that all staff have access to appropriate training and support. To achieve this we will: • Need to allocate sufficient resources • Encourage & support staff to embrace e-learning, with a particular focus on engaging our tutors • Analyse e-learning training needs for all staff • Develop & implement ongoing e-learning training program • Use variety of interactive resources for all staff continuing professional development • Encourage self directed learning
    9. 9. November 2011eleaders4hume Promotione-learning strategy Our organisation will promote e-learning across the whole organisation and to the broader community by: • Keeping CoM informed of emerging technologies and opportunities • Encouraging staff to be fully engaged with ICT and e- learning on a regular basis • Supporting the application of a range of Web 2.0 tools to increase e-skills of both CoM and staff • Developing partnerships with other organisations and working collaboratively to promote e-learning • Offering a range of quality blended delivery courses with a significant on-line component • Using social media as a marketing tool
    10. 10. November 2011eleaders4hume Return on Investmente-learning strategy • increase in geographical coverage (number of learners) • reduced staff and travel costs • improved service offering • reduced travel costs for learner visits (blended courses) • reduced assessor time per learner (blended courses) • speed of learner completion vs traditional methods • speed for staff to create and access course materials • speed for learners to access course materials
    11. 11. November 2011eleaders4hume Implementation Plane-learning strategy The following strategy components will be implemented in order • Select and engage Virtual Learning Platform supplier • Select which courses will be prioritised for implementation • Develop / convert resources for selected courses • Train staff and learners in use of Virtual Learning Platform and other technologies • Run a pilot course with a carefully chosen cohort • Evaluate pilot and plan other course roll-outs accordingly