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Getting it right first time
Getting it right first time
Getting it right first time
Getting it right first time
Getting it right first time
Getting it right first time
Getting it right first time
Getting it right first time
Getting it right first time
Getting it right first time
Getting it right first time
Getting it right first time
Getting it right first time
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Getting it right first time

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Carl's presentation from the HowToMoodle Moodle Group Seminar 22nd November 2011

Carl's presentation from the HowToMoodle Moodle Group Seminar 22nd November 2011

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  • Hi Carl. Thanks for a brilliant presentation. Could you e-mail the mind map please? A little difficulty with legibility. Many thanks
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  • 1. Getting it right first time Carl Hodkinson HowToMoodle
  • 2. The brief This is an extremely important project, but it has no budget, no guidelines and no support staff! Did I say it was due in ½ hour! At last, here’s your chance to really impress everyone!
  • 3. Overall action plan• Do it !• Make it as formal as you need to get the job done • Business case • Identify clear objectives • Tie in to organisational goals • Expect to plan for everything • Support • Design
  • 4. High level sponsor• Identify sponsor• Make sure high level
  • 5. E-learning strategy• Tie in to organisational mission statement• Stakeholder consultation• Identify audience• Environmental considerations
  • 6. Effects of IT environments• Hardware• Software• Infrastructure• Network connections
  • 7. Support• Use roles wherever possible, not people• Identify existing support channels • Use them where possible • Clear boundaries • Use of champions• Scaling up• Pre-empt issues • Support resources (documentation, videos)
  • 8. Courses• Understand the curriculum• Wholly online or blended• Individual study or cohorts• Evidence of learning
  • 9. Managing quality• Ownership • Who is to sign it off • Who has the final say• Subject Matter Experts • Boundaries• Pre-pilot / proof reading • Structured feedback
  • 10. Pilot• Choosing pilot group carefully • Managers • Senior staff • “Normal” people
  • 11. Communication plan• Reduce resistance• State a clear purpose and benefits of the courses• Mechanisms • Cascade approach • Poster campaign • Email shots
  • 12. E-learning Pilot strategy Branding course ProjectBusiness plan case Quality Support assurance Design Communication plan Infrastructure Motivationmechanisms
  • 13. moodlesupport@howtomoodle.com

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