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  • Transit: 如何架好这座桥? 3E
  • 不要因为他是一个好工具,就能让培训有效,我们要努力设计有效 内容插上 E 的翅膀并不等于有效
  • Effective learning 是双向的 愿意教 愿意学
  • Effective learning 是双向的 愿意教 愿意学
  • Effective Elearning 首先需要大家确认是否有一个很好的土壤 , 硬件和软件,软件更重要 一个好的园丁,需要一块适宜的土壤,好的花种,正确的栽培和浇灌的方式
  • P A R R is a simple, four-step approach to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of work-enabled learning. The four steps are: P repareYou build a basic understanding of a topic in preparation for engaging in a work-enabled learning activity. A ctYou perform a work-enabled learning activity. R eflectYou use a structured after-action review of your assignment to deepen your learning experience. R eviewYou clarify and broaden your learning through dialogue with another person. (Facilitator Coach, manager, colleague)
  • Connectivism (social learning) We live in a techno-social world Learning occurs inside and outside of people – we store our knowledge in computers and in other people – George Siemens
  • Connectivism (social learning) We live in a techno-social world Learning occurs inside and outside of people – we store our knowledge in computers and in other people – George Siemens

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  • 1. Shi Wen Jun 2011.10 Smart E-Learning in E-Era
  • 2. Who am i
  • 3. Joan i BM Learning Consultant Training Manager Facilitator Learner
  • 4. Question: Does E-learning work ?
  • 5. Question: Does E-learning work well ?
  • 6.  
  • 7.  
  • 8.  
  • 9.  
  • 10.  
  • 11. What’s Wrong?
  • 12. 当全世界都在’ E’ Can learning ‘ E ’?
  • 13. E-Learning E Learning +
  • 14.  
  • 15. Verb
    • To become informed
    • To acquire knowledge or skill
    • To Transform and to Change
    Learn
  • 16. Is E-learning Effective ?
  • 17. Learning is Someone wants to teach and Someone wants to be ‘transformed’ Connection
  • 18. Both time and place are equal In traditional learning
  • 19.  
  • 20. Connected
  • 21. Both time and place can be different In elearning
  • 22. And the only connection in between is the “E” Technology
  • 23. Technology is never reliable
  • 24.  
  • 25.  
  • 26. Technology is a multiplier
  • 27.  
  • 28. Learning is a one-to-one process
  • 29. Learning is not accumulation but assimilation ( 吸收和同化 )
  • 30. To Transform
  • 31. Connection, Assimilation and Transform Depends on people Technology is only the bridge
  • 32.  
  • 33. Smart Elearning Help you to build the bridge 3E
  • 34. 3E make it E ffective
  • 35. Is your students ready to learn?
  • 36. When Pushing is not enough…
  • 37.  
  • 38. Table 2.2: Mayer's "SOI" Model Make an effective elearning is like cooking
  • 39. Table 2.2: Mayer's "SOI" Model Know the customer’s reference and tailor-made
  • 40. Table 2.2: Mayer's "SOI" Model Check what we have Check what we need to buy Check what we need to discard Select
    • Remove interesting but extraneous information
    • "Chunk" information into smaller pieces
    • Use font size, colors, and highlighting to indicate importance
    • Be concise
    • Use white space for emphasis
  • 41. Table 2.2: Mayer's "SOI" Model Follow the Procedures Organize
    • Advance organizers
    • Graphic organizers
    • Relevant graphics
    • Flow charts and diagrams
    • Process maps
    • Steps or sequence flows
  • 42. Table 2.2: Mayer's "SOI" Model Add ingredients Integrate
    • Cases
    • Simulations
    • Self-assessments
    • Elaborative questions
    • Activities that encourage processing
  • 43. Table 2.2: Mayer's "SOI" Model E-learning 不是菜,而是烹饪方法
  • 44. 一桌好菜,不能只能用“蒸”
  • 45. To blend the E with the classroom might be the best solution
  • 46. ‘ E’ is a supplemental not a replacement
  • 47.
    • eLearning (SPO):
      • Self-pace
      • your convenience
      • your learning focus
    • eLearning (LVC)
      • peer-to-peer collaboration
      • at your job
      • quick and interactive
    • 3-day Learning Lab:
      • face-to-face
      • intense; application-focused
      • challenging and fun
  • 48. Day 2 Day 3 Day 1 PRE-LAB BBNL Participants: LVC Orientation BBNL Kickoff LVC Ldrshp Surveys PARR Intro to Coaching LVC HBDIinteractive and on-line debrief Lab Ramp-up LVC and Advisors LVC Orientation BBNL Kickoff LVC IBM Strategy for Advisors LVC POST-LAB BBNL Participants: Aligning Strategy and Execution PARR Journey Continues LVC and Advisors Accelerating Development LVC Senior Leader Presentation Leadership Derailment Factors Daily Review: Leader Dilemmas Daily Review: Leader Dilemmas Putting Your Whole Brain to Work Personal Responsibility Lunch Employee Experience & Leader Influence IBM Business Leadership Model Evening Work Motivation Coaching in Practice Lunch Lunch Time Mgmt & Delegation Greatest Leader Leadership Competencies Employee Experience (cont.) Emotional Intelligence PARR Integration, Closing, Next Steps * Optional Evening Activities Virtual and eLearning content Face-to-face Learning Lab content New content in red
  • 49. Self-Paced e-learning
  • 50. IBM New Employee Orientation
  • 51. Overview 2-year, multifaceted program designed to enable all new IBMers to excel and develop into iconic IBMers starting from the moment they join the company. a mix of different development activities including classroom or virtual learning, an invitation to join communities via social networking, customized career guidance and the opportunity to access subject matter experts from a variety of IBM areas. Target Audience all new IBMers. The "Getting Orientated" session is the "Kickoff" of this 2-year program and must be completed within 3 months after getting onboard.
  • 52. Succeeding@IBM: Pre-Hiring elearning http://www-03.ibm.com/employment/prehirelearning/
    • IBM Value
    • Business Conduct Guideline
    • IBM Diversity
    • Corporate Responsibility
    • A Smart Planet
    • IBM Tools
  • 53. Succeeding@IBM: Getting Oriented ( 2-day Classroom)
  • 54.
    • [email_address]
    • Discover IBM
    • Share and Connect
    • Grow Your Career
    • Find Support
  • 55. Learning is not to make everything complex, but to make it as simple as to be understood and to help the learner transformed 教育科学优于科技
  • 56. 3E Make it E ngaged
  • 57. Most e-learning is like a lecture Or even worse Like reading…
  • 58.  
  • 59. A good elearning is not to accumulate the information
  • 60. A good elearning is to engage with the learner and make them ‘Change’
  • 61. How to ‘Engage’ with the learner
  • 62. Collaborating in the virtual environment Use these buttons anytime: When provided, use these tools to enter and move text; even post a star:
    • If you ever have questions:
      • refer to the ‘Live Virtual Classroom’ Flash in your BBNL learning plan
      • request the ‘LVC Orientation’ replay from the facilitator
  • 63. Collaborating in the virtual environment Use these buttons anytime: When provided, use these tools to enter and move text; even post a star:
    • If you ever have questions:
      • refer to the ‘Live Virtual Classroom’ Flash in your BBNL learning plan
      • request the ‘LVC Orientation’ replay from the facilitator
  • 64. You can engage with your learners with ppt!
  • 65. Rather than ask, "How can I teach this?" ask, "How can my participants learn this?" Nanette Miner, Ed.D., The Accidental Trainer
  • 66. Some Basic Rules
  • 67. Cut it short Cut out the ‘nice-to-know’
  • 68.
    • Multimedia principle: Learning is enhanced by the presentation of words and pictures rather than words alone.
    • Coherence principle: Learning is enhanced when extraneous material is omitted.
    • Split attention principle: This is a common problem with narrated e-learning courses. Designers add word-for-word audio voiceover to match the on-screen text.
    • Redundancy principle: Similar to the split attention principle. Mayer found that presenting animation with narration was more effective than animation plus narration and on-screen text.
    • Contiguity principle: Learners learn better when on-screen text and visuals are integrated rather than placed apart
  • 69. Example: M ultimedia principle (Before) 多媒体原则
  • 70. Example: M ultimedia principle (After)
  • 71. Example: Coherence principle (Before) 文理通顺原则
  • 72. Example: Coherence principle (Before)
  • 73. Example: Contiguity principle (Before)
  • 74. Example: Contiguity principle (After)
  • 75. Learners enjoy learning when it’s engaging and fun!
  • 76. Multiple-Choice Quizzes
  • 77. Matching Exercises
  • 78. Matching Exercises
  • 79. Matching Exercises
  • 80. Case Study
  • 81. Simulations with Embedded Audio and Video Clips
  • 82. Animations
  • 83. It’s all about design, Not the software
  • 84. 3E Make it E xtended
  • 85. Formal Learning Informal Learning 20% 80% Shouldn’t we now start to blend formal and informal learning?
  • 86.
    • Extended Learning
      • 3 C
      • C onnect
      • C ommunicate
      • C ollaborate
  • 87. Extended Learning 2.0 Tools Collaborating Sharing Voting Networking User generated content Tagging
  • 88.  
  • 89. SmallBlue SmallBlue is a social network tool suite that automatically visualizes social networks and enables you to find people with specific knowledge, including the shortest social paths to reach a person. Lotus Connections Communities - place for people with common interests to connect, collaborate, share knowledge and learn Profiles - ability for people to highlight their contact details and publish their capabilities and interests, eg W3 BluePages Social Bookmarks - capability for people to add and share bookmarks and personally defined tags to help people find relevant content Blogs - ability to publish, share and comment on content and opinions on business topics Wikis - ability to package and share information in a multi-editor collaborative environment
  • 90.
    • Expertise Locator Tool
    • Resides in the Practitioner Portal or as a Stand Alone
    • Shows your social path to identified experts
    • Utilizes BluePages, Social Network data from Notes/Sametime, Community membership, Forum & Blog posts, social bookmarks & tags
    • Shows the people with knowledge on topics along with their social proximity
  • 91. Home Profiles Quickly find the people you need by searching across your organization using keywords that help identify expertise, current projects and responsibilities Use a weblog to present your idea and get feedback from others; learn from the expertise and experience of others who blog Blogs Organize your work, plan next steps, and easily tap your expanding professional network to help execute your everyday deliverables, faster Activities Create, find, join, and work with communities of people who share a common interest, responsibility, or area of expertise Communities Wikis Provide a place for groups of people to jointly create and maintain content through contribution and collaboration. Files Share your files with your colleagues. Everyone can store, share, and collaborate on files. Bookmarks Save, organize and share bookmarks; discover bookmarks that have been qualified by others with similar interests & expertise
  • 92. Personalization of learning means ensuring that individual differences are acknowledged
  • 93. Since we cannot experience everything, other people’s experiences, and hence other people, become the surrogate for knowledge.
  • 94.  
  • 95. Recap :
    • “ E” is only a bridge, learning is an approach, to make people change is the purpose
    • Smart elearning
    • Effective, Engaged , Extended
  • 96. 我们有了灯 但我们依然需要蜡烛 照亮我们的不是蜡烛,是火
  • 97. Shi Wen Jun Msn: [email_address] 微博:三分之一诸葛亮 V 2011.10 Smart E-Learning in E-Era