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    1. 1. What to Consider When Designing Content for Adaptive Learning <br />You can listen to today’s webinar using your computer’s speakers or you may dial into the teleconference.<br />If you would like to join the teleconference, <br />please dial 1.866.469.3239 and enter access code: xxx xxx xx.<br />You will be on music hold until the seminar begins.<br />#CLOwebinar<br />
    2. 2. What to Consider When Designing Content for Adaptive Learning <br />Speaker:Lyle Emmott, <br /> GreenLight Product Manager, <br /> SilkRoad technology<br />                       <br />Moderator: Daniel Margolis,<br /> Managing Editor, <br /> Chief Learning Officer Magazine <br />#CLOwebinar<br />
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    9. 9. What to Consider When Designing Content for Adaptive Learning <br />Daniel Margolis<br />Managing Editor<br />Chief Learning Officer magazine<br />#CLOwebinar<br />
    10. 10. What to Consider When Designing Content for Adaptive Learning <br />Lyle Emmott<br />GreenLight Product Manager, <br />SilkRoad technology <br />#CLOwebinar<br />
    11. 11. Designing Adaptive Learning<br />Using SCORM Sequencing & Navigation<br />
    12. 12. Designing Adaptive Learning Content<br />POLL<br />What Industry do you represent?<br /><ul><li>Manufacturing
    13. 13. Healthcare/Medical
    14. 14. Technology
    15. 15. Energy & Utilities
    16. 16. Professional Services
    17. 17. Retail
    18. 18. Other</li></ul>What best describes your occupation?<br /><ul><li>Training Manager
    19. 19. HR Professional
    20. 20. Instructional Designer
    21. 21. Subject Matter Expert
    22. 22. Engineer
    23. 23. Other</li></li></ul><li>Designing Adaptive Learning Content<br />AGENDA<br />Adaptive Learning Defined<br />Types of Adaptive Learning<br />Enabling Adaptive Learning<br />Why Sequencing Rules?<br />Applying Sequencing & Navigation<br />Adaptive Learning Templates<br />Sources for Further Information<br />
    24. 24. Definition<br />Adaptive learning systems:<br />Adapt learning to skills and needs of learners<br />Provide alternative content to achieve learning outcomes<br />Provide alternative learning paths through content<br />
    25. 25. Definition<br />Adaptive learning systems:<br />Adapt learning based on learners’ choices<br />Allow content to be reused and repurposed for other learning opportunities<br />Provide alternative choices for accessing content<br />
    26. 26. Types of Adaptive Learning<br />Content Aggregation<br /><ul><li>Content is aggregated based on learner selection, or learner results</li></ul>Content Presentation<br /><ul><li>Content presentation changes based on learner selection, or learner results</li></ul>Content Navigation<br /><ul><li>Learners navigate forward, back, up, down based on a learning outcome</li></li></ul><li>Enabling Adaptive Learning<br />JIT<br />JUST In Time Learning<br /><ul><li>New-hires
    27. 27. New job, or a change in jobs
    28. 28. New location, or change in location</li></ul>JUST Enough Time Learning<br /><ul><li>Optimize learning time
    29. 29. Teach ONLY what needs teaching
    30. 30. Learn ONLY what needs learning</li></ul>JET<br />
    31. 31. Enabling Adaptive Learning<br />JUST In Time Learning (JIT)<br />Use a Learning Management System (LMS)<br />JUST Enough Time Learning (JET)<br />Use SCORM Sequencing and Navigation rules<br />
    32. 32. Why Sequencing Rules?<br /><ul><li>Controls how content is aggregated based on an instructional design prescription
    33. 33. Keeps content in small, reusable chunks for presentation to learners
    34. 34. Controls how the presentation adapts to learners as they navigate through content
    35. 35. Unlike branching rules, sequencing rules are not hard-coded into the SCO to increase reuse and interoperability
    36. 36. Maintains a common standard that can be interpreted by any compliant LMS.</li></li></ul><li>Applying Sequencing Rules<br />Common terms in Sequencing:<br />
    37. 37. Applying Sequencing Rules<br />Common terms in Sequencing:<br /><ul><li>Activity: a content item in the tree menu. Each activity has an implied objective, or an explicitly mapped objective to store user status.</li></li></ul><li>Applying Sequencing Rules<br />Common terms in Sequencing:<br /><ul><li>Activity: a content item in the tree menu. Each activity has an implied objective, or an explicitly mapped objective to store user status.
    38. 38. Cluster: a collection of content activities organized in a hierarchy with a single, no content header “Parent” item and a collection of “Leaf” activities.</li></li></ul><li>Applying Sequencing Rules<br />Common terms in Sequencing:<br /><ul><li>Activity: a content item in the tree menu. Each activity has an implied objective, or an explicitly mapped objective to store user status.
    39. 39. Cluster: a collection of content activities organized in a hierarchy with a single, no content header “Parent” item and a collection of “Leaf” activities.
    40. 40. Content Object: a collection of content activities or clusters organized in a structure to present content to learners in a sequence.</li></li></ul><li>Applying Sequencing Rules<br />Common terms in Sequencing:<br /><ul><li>Activity: a content item in the tree menu. Each activity has an implied objective, or an explicitly mapped objective to store user status.
    41. 41. Cluster: a collection of content activities organized in a hierarchy with a single, no content header “Parent” item and a collection of “Leaf” activities.
    42. 42. Content Object: a collection of content activities or clusters organized in a structure to present content to learners in a sequence.
    43. 43. Sequencing Rule: a logical rule applied to an activity that controls how content is sequenced for the learner.</li></li></ul><li>Applying Sequencing Rules<br />Common terms in Sequencing:<br /><ul><li>Objective: every Activity has an implicit objective that records the activity status for the user as they interact with the content activity
    44. 44. Shared Objective: each Activity may share objective status with another activity in the activity tree
    45. 45. Shared Global Objective: each Activity may share objective status with another activity in another activity tree or course.</li></li></ul><li>Applying Sequencing Rules<br />Sequencing and Navigation rules control users’ content experience by controlling THREE basic functions:<br />FLOW<br /><ul><li>Controls what activity to display based on a user’s selection of NEXT or PREVIOUS.
    46. 46. Users FLOW Up or Down the object and In or Out of clusters in the object.</li></li></ul><li>Applying Sequencing Rules<br />Sequencing and Navigation rules control users’ content experience by controlling THREE basic functions:<br />FLOW<br /><ul><li>Controls what activity to display based on a user’s selection of NEXT or PREVIOUS.
    47. 47. Users FLOW Up or Down the object and In or Out of clusters in the object.</li></ul>CHOICE<br /><ul><li>Controls what activity to display based on a user’s selection of an activity.
    48. 48. Only activities that are NOT disabled or hidden are available for selection.</li></li></ul><li>Applying Sequencing Rules<br />Sequencing and Navigation rules control users’ content experience by controlling THREE basic functions:<br />FLOW<br /><ul><li>Controls what activity to display based on a user’s selection of NEXT or PREVIOUS.
    49. 49. Users FLOW Up or Down the object and In or Out of clusters in the object.</li></ul>CHOICE<br /><ul><li>Controls what activity to display based on a user’s selection of an activity.
    50. 50. Only activities that are NOT disabled or hidden are available for selection.</li></ul>ROLLUP<br /><ul><li>Controls how activity status rolls up in a cluster or content object.</li></li></ul><li>Applying Sequencing Rules<br />POLL<br />What is your experience level at building content using sequencing rules?<br />Little to None<br />Just Learning<br />Some Experience<br />Considerable Experience<br />Sequencing Expert<br />
    51. 51. Applying Sequencing Rules<br /><ul><li>Simple sequencing is NOT simple
    52. 52. Even with an effective interface, adding sequencing rules requires a thorough understanding of how all the data elements work and control activity status
    53. 53. Implementing sequencing patterns through templates makes implementation easier
    54. 54. Templates utilize accepted instructional design principles that can be applied to most content</li></li></ul><li>Adaptive Templates Examples<br />Simple Sequencing (Prerequisite ) Model<br /><ul><li>Users are guided through content activities in a linear sequence
    55. 55. Users cannot advance to an activity until the previous, prerequisite activity, is SATISFIED</li></li></ul><li>Adaptive Templates Examples<br />Simple Exploration Model<br /><ul><li>Users have free choice from a selection of activities
    56. 56. Users then complete an assessment
    57. 57. If users fail the assessment, they must complete a remedial activity before attempting the assessment again</li></li></ul><li>Adaptive Templates Examples<br />Simple Equivalency Model<br />Users have free choice from a selection of activities<br />Completing any ONE of the activities SATISFIES the content for rollup<br />
    58. 58. Adaptive Templates Examples<br />Pre/Post Test Model<br /><ul><li>Users complete a Pre-Test diagnostic
    59. 59. Then skip activities whose objectives are PASSED and complete only those activities whose objectives were FAILED
    60. 60. Users complete a Post-Test when all activities whose objectives were FAILED have been SATISFIED
    61. 61. Users review activity content whose objectives were FAILED before attempting the Post-Test again</li></li></ul><li>Adaptive Templates Examples<br />Pre/Post Test with Remediation Model<br /><ul><li>Users complete a Pre-Test diagnostic
    62. 62. Then skip activities whose objectives are PASSED and complete only those activities whose objectives were FAILED
    63. 63. Users complete a Post-Test when all activities whose objectives were FAILED have been SATISFIED
    64. 64. Users complete alternate remedial activities associated for each FAILED objective</li></li></ul><li>Adaptive Template Sources<br />Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL)<br />http://www.adlnet.gov<br />Rustici Software<br />http://scorm.com<br />SilkRoad Technologies<br />lyle.emmott@silkroad.com<br />
    65. 65. Question & Answer<br />Lyle Emmott<br />GreenLight Product Manager, <br />SilkRoad technology<br />Lyle.Emmott@silkroad.com <br />sales@silkroad.com<br />#CLOwebinar<br />
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