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Presentation of SCOLIS website (www.scolis.co.uk) to various stakeholder/partner/collaborator groups

Presentation of SCOLIS website (www.scolis.co.uk) to various stakeholder/partner/collaborator groups

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  • Why should we be interested in e-this e-that and e-the other? The workforce development strategy published by Skills for care http://www.skillsforcare.org.uk/wds/
  • Why should we be interested in e-this e-that and e-the other? The Department of Health’s strategy for PA development http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Publicationsandstatistics/Publications/PublicationsPolicyAndGuidance/DH_128733 But what other good reasons can you think of ? Accessibility – some learners will benefit from this approach. Personalisation – some learners will prefer this approach. Current trends – lots of other activities use this approach
  • The Four Stages of E-learning The Four Ages Bersin & Associates © October, 2005 This research report, based on the results of 526 interviews with North American training and HR managers Stage 1 Sorts of typical activities handing around CD’s, to single unconnected users -European Computer Driving License single use Web Sites which don’t assess effectively – Research in Practice Brockwood was doing this in 2005-6
  • Stage 2 Driven by a need to manage Who did the learning what did they learn? Stand alone Learning management system MS dedicated to delivering one (or two Packages) Mental Capacity Act e-learning (Kwango) Safeguarding Children We got here 2007-8
  • Stage 3 Many learning packages being delivered at one place. Relocate-able reusable packages being sourced. Virtual Learning environment (VLE) emerging. This is where we are in 2012
  • Stage 4 VLE Established Communities of learning exist. Adult learning activities – forums community spaces, chat rooms operating. E-learning/blended learning strategy in place Leading edge developments rolling out, being supported and succeeding M-learning Community YouTube /TV projects Integration with SCIE, Sheffield Forum , twitter This is where we should be going.
  • What about other e-things apart from e-learning? Social Media has a place in Social care Learning and development.
  • I have developed a prototype learning site, but I need your help to make it what you need. Here’s the front page.
  • If you want to record an assessment you have to tell us who you are.
  • We don’t ask for details we don’t need. We need to ask about your ‘City’ because we are funded for Sheffield . We need to ask Country to set the appropriate language.
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    • 1. SCOLIS Website E-learning, E-portfolio and SocialNetwork site for Sheffield’s Employers, Individual Social CarePA’s, Carers, CommunityWorkers and Social Care the General Public
    • 2. The workforce will also benefit from learning and sharing of knowledge through technology. An ever-increasingrange of social care e-learning resources isthe needaccess There will continue to be an emphasis on making to• Learning and sharing methods, including e-learning,access diverse learning of knowledge through to learning and continuing professional as part of technology, using e-learning resources development with an acknowledgement These can bring a learning of available to more people.development. of number that the ‘how’ continuing professional as the ‘what’. is as importantbenefits such as increased accessibility, collaboration and the ability of diverse learners to progress at their own pace.
    • 3. 5.3.4 Creative solutionsThere is a and developmentimaginative, bolder Learning need to be moreand moretogether in theour sector to the Working creative with approach partners,delivery of learning and development, in we will:particular in how technology can be used • examine how technology can supportmore effectively. E-learning works effectively learning and development for the PAin other industries. In social care it would be workforce and employers;difficult to rely solely on e-learning, but it canform part of a package of ‘blended learning’.
    • 4. The 4 Ages of E-learning• (Or how communities mature in their use of new media to learn)
    • 5. Understanding what community building is all about and how social media can support it are skills the social care workforcewill need. The role of social media, like other forms of group and one-to-one communication, is to create an environment. For social care that environment needs to do two things: first, recognise people as having equal contributions to make to the community; and second, to bond people together to meet the common interests of support and care
    • 6. The Front Page E-learningE-portfolio and Social networking
    • 7. The Front PageWe haven’t logged in yet Click here to access e- learning for your ‘group’
    • 8. E-learning – Course Selection This course describes the site, shows how to use it and who runs itWhich ‘group’ this area is aimed at All courses are accessible to anyone logged in or not
    • 9. E-learning – Course Selection Click a Course
    • 10. E-learning – Course Selection ‘Login as a guest’ allows access without creating an account
    • 11. E-learning – Course Components E-learning Package Assessment Reference materials
    • 12. E-learning Package
    • 13. E-learningFormative Assessment
    • 14. Course Summative AssessmentInvitation to join
    • 15. JoiningHow to join
    • 16. New Account Details
    • 17. We’re now logged in!Summative Assessment
    • 18. Back to The Front PageE-portfolio and Social networking
    • 19. E-Portfolio / Skills Passport Oliver’s Profile
    • 20. Oliver’s Profile CV / Resume makerGroups that Oliver belongs to
    • 21. E-Portfolio / Skills Passport Oliver’s Portfolio
    • 22. Oliver’s PortfolioPortfolios can containof artefactsViews are collectionsThere are default views – only Oliver sees Artefacts Views Oliver’sthem Testimonial Documents egThere arefrom his CV Items standard views – we create them to Referencesguide Oliver – The Skills Passport VideosThere are Oliver’swebsites he designs and Links to other views, thatfillsIfwith his artefacts a website it can be an it can appear on artefactOliver decides who can see his views
    • 23. A View (Being Edited)
    • 24. A New View Only who Oliver wants can see thishttps://elp.lewisham.ac.uk/view/view.php?id=27
    • 25. Oliver’s PortfolioOliver’s Plans
    • 26. Oliver’s Plans Plans have tasks
    • 27. Social Networking Groups
    • 28. Social NetworkingOliver’s got a potential friend
    • 29. Friends!Instant messagingA ‘Facebook’ wall
    • 30. Issues• Existing On-line Communities• Digital Inclusion• E-market Place / Help Yourself• Sustainability – Maintenance – Moderation – Expertise