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  • The principle of pre-training is addressed in this first slide. The main concepts of WebEx are noted. This gives the audience a chance to think about those main concepts and apply those concepts when starting the lesson for the class. This will help get the students in the right frame of mind when it comes to learning more about WebEx. The principle of personalization is also noted in this first slide. The wording in the sentences is not formal, but friendly and inviting. The writing is more conversational then formal. This gives the reader the ability to engage in the reading and are able to better store the information for later use. It is important to get the audience excited about the topic and ready to learn all at the same time. This has been done in this first slide. WebEx images courtesy of: https://www.google.com/search?q=webex&hl=en&tbo=d&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=acWhUO_uOcPtqQHC5oHoBA&ved=0CAQQ_AUoAA&biw=1280&bih=699 References: Cisco WebEx. (2012). WebEx Introduction. Retrieved from http://www.webex.com.au/overview/ Inc.com. (2012). Tools on managing technology. Retrieved from http://www.inc.com/managing-technology/tools
  • The principle of segmentation can be used with this slide. The students can go over the advantages of WebEx a few at a time and then review for better understanding. If the advantages are reviewed a few at a time, the students should not get overwhelmed with the material and really grasp the idea behind WebEx and be ready for the next lesson, which would be steps to take to get a WebEx launched. I would do something along these lines: Now take a look at the advantages. Read over them and pick out three that mean the most to you as a student and an e-learner. Once the students have picked three out that they feel are most important, I would have them share their favorites. By reading others’ responses, they will have a better understanding of the advantages. If more practice needs to be done to be sure that the students are understanding the advantages, then I would have them pick out three more. And a compare/contrast table could be made for their current e-learning experience versus the WebEx e-learning experience. This would also help to segment the information and help cement it into their minds. WebEx images courtesy of: https://www.google.com/search?q=webex&hl=en&tbo=d&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=acWhUO_uOcPtqQHC5oHoBA&ved=0CAQQ_AUoAA&biw=1280&bih=699 References: Cisco WebEx. (2012). WebEx Introduction. Retrieved from http://www.webex.com.au/overview/ Inc.com. (2012). Tools on managing technology. Retrieved from http://www.inc.com/managing-technology/tools
  • The principle of segmentation can be used with this slide. The students can go over the advantages of WebEx a few at a time and then review for better understanding. If the advantages are reviewed a few at a time, the students should not get overwhelmed with the material and really grasp the idea behind WebEx and be ready for the next lesson, which would be steps to take to get a WebEx launched. I would do something along these lines: Now take a look at the advantages. Read over them and pick out three that mean the most to you as a student and an e-learner. Once the students have picked three out that they feel are most important, I would have them share their favorites. By reading others’ responses, they will have a better understanding of the advantages. If more practice needs to be done to be sure that the students are understanding the advantages, then I would have them pick out three more. And a compare/contrast table could be made for their current e-learning experience versus the WebEx e-learning experience. This would also help to segment the information and help cement it into their minds. WebEx image courtesy of: https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&sugexp=les%3B&tok=qHYyY3zc50qup0ZMTIEjYQ&cp=5&gs_id=i&xhr=t&q=webex&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&bpcl=38625945&biw=1280&bih=699&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&authuser=0&ei=8BOrUK7LF8qlrQHviIDICg
  • The principle of segmentation can be used with this slide. The students can go over the advantages of WebEx a few at a time and then review for better understanding. If the advantages are reviewed a few at a time, the students should not get overwhelmed with the material and really grasp the idea behind WebEx and be ready for the next lesson, which would be steps to take to get a WebEx launched. I would do something along these lines: Now take a look at the advantages. Read over them and pick out three that mean the most to you as a student and an e-learner. Once the students have picked three out that they feel are most important, I would have them share their favorites. By reading others’ responses, they will have a better understanding of the advantages. If more practice needs to be done to be sure that the students are understanding the advantages, then I would have them pick out three more. And a compare/contrast table could be made for their current e-learning experience versus the WebEx e-learning experience. This would also help to segment the information and help cement it into their minds. WebEx image courtesy of: https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&sugexp=les%3B&tok=qHYyY3zc50qup0ZMTIEjYQ&cp=5&gs_id=i&xhr=t&q=webex&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&bpcl=38625945&biw=1280&bih=699&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&authuser=0&ei=8BOrUK7LF8qlrQHviIDICg
  • This is a worked example on how to sign up for a WebEx account. Before the students can take full advantage of what WebEx has to offer, they must first sign up for an account. This is a step-by-step process to do just that. The students will see that one step is shown at a time for ease of use. The students will then not get overwhelmed with all of the steps at once and it will seem more manageable to sign up quickly. Once the students have made a WebEx account, they are ready to join the interactive world of WebEx. WebEx image courtesy of: https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&sugexp=les%3B&tok=qHYyY3zc50qup0ZMTIEjYQ&cp=5&gs_id=i&xhr=t&q=webex&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&bpcl=38625945&biw=1280&bih=699&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&authuser=0&ei=8BOrUK7LF8qlrQHviIDICg
  • I have chosen this slide to depict my text and graphics that are appropriately integrated . The text is all about how to set up a WebEx meeting. The graphic is that of an actual WebEx meeting between coworkers. It displays the pictures of the co-workers so that the student can get a feel for how the meeting set up will look like. It also gives the student an idea of what kinds of things that can be shared between the members of the meeting. In this case, they are all looking at a graph and discussing that graph. This is an excellent example of how WebEx can be used for the e-learner. It gives the students only a glimpse into the number of things that WebEx can be used for in the classroom. I have chosen this text to go along with this picture because I want the students to get excited about what WebEx can offer them in the e-learning classroom. A WAV file has been inserted into this storyboard . This file was recorded by the narrator, which in this case is me, and then inserted into the slide that I wanted describe. The audio was set up immediately play when the slide is opened. WebEx image courtesy of: https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&sugexp=les%3B&tok=qHYyY3zc50qup0ZMTIEjYQ&cp=5&gs_id=i&xhr=t&q=webex&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&bpcl=38625945&biw=1280&bih=699&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&authuser=0&ei=8BOrUK7LF8qlrQHviIDICg
  • This is a practice exercise that goes through some of the advantages that were taught in the previous slides. The learner should read each statement and decide whether it is true or false. The learner will click on the answer that he/she feels is correct and the slides will show the correct answer. This type of practice exercise is great for the learner. It is completely learner controlled. The learner can go back to the beginning of the slides to review information before he/she takes the quiz. The learner can also go back and take the quiz as many times as he/she chooses. The feedback that is given after each question gives the learner an idea of how well he/she understands the advantages of WebEx as it pertains to the e-learner. This is a great way to help make the slide show more interactive and keep the attention of the learners.
  • Explanatory feedback is given to every question that is answered incorrectly.
  • Explanatory feedback is given to every question that is answered incorrectly.
  • Explanatory feedback is given to every question that is answered incorrectly.
  • Explanatory feedback is given to every question that is answered incorrectly.
  • Explanatory feedback is given to every question that is answered incorrectly.
  • Here is a link to go to my blog. This blog is my collaboration activity . This blog is designed for students to go to with their learning groups. Once there, they will see some graphics that help reinforce what WebEx can offer the students. They will see two questions that are posed for them to answer as a group. This will get them thinking about everything that they have learned and will then apply that knowledge to the questions that are asked. These questions and the activity as a whole will enhance the instruction of WebEx. I think that this is a great collaboration activity that the students will enjoy. After this activity and the storyboard as a whole, the students should have a good grasp of what WebEx is, what is has to offer, and how to sign up for an account with WebEx.
  • Storyboard3

    1. 1.  Nichole Coates AET/541 December 10, 2012 Dr. Christine Nortz
    2. 2. Title: WebEx Scene (opening page): Introduction to WebEx Slide number: 1Skill or Concept: Understand Animation (yes or no): Yes Graphics (yes or no): Yes Audio (yes or no): NoFunctions of WebExNotes: WebEx is a web conferencing program that enables the instructor to work with a groupThe audience is anadult e-learning of students that are anywhere in the world and at anytime for FREE!!class of studentsinterested in WebEx has the ability to share desktops through a web browser. WebEx also haslearning more about phone and video conferencing capabilities so that everyone can see the same thing atWebEx and what ishas to offer. The the same time.visual features ofthis page is the WebEx would be a great tool for an instructor to really explain a concept to a group ofpicture that gets the students with the use of slides, spreadsheets, word documents, and anything else thatattention of theaudience. There is a would help the students to understand the concepts at hand.link to a tutorial onWebEx that is very View a tutorial of WebEx by visiting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyaWHEF_aWginformative andhelpful inunderstanding whatWebEx is all about.The idea behind thisslide is to get theaudience excitedabout WebEx,engaged in theclass, and a desireto try WebEx.Text/Audio Narration: Hello and welcome to this exciting class on WebEx. Today we are going to explore WebEx. What is WebEx? How is WebEx used?Who can use WebEx? How does WebEx impact the classroom? The original WebEx was founded in 1996, although there have been many changes to itsince that time. Through the use of WebEx, students and instructors from all across the world are able to share ideas and knowledge in a whole new way. Iam excited to share the advantages of WebEx with you all today. As you look at this slide, you will see the key concepts that are being introduced. Readingthese key concepts and thinking about how they will apply to your classroom will prepare you for the lesson.
    3. 3. Title: WebEx Scene: Advantages of WebEx Slide number: 2Skill or Concept: Understand the Animation (yes or no): Yes Graphics (yes or no): Yes Audio (yes or no): NoAdvantages of WebExNotes: The Advantages to using WebEx:audience of this •Team collaboration taken to a new height due to the grouplesson is adult e-learners who are really being able to ‘collaborate’ while talking and seeing eachinterested inlearning the other.advantages of •It is the next best thing to being in the same room.WebEx. The layoutis easy to read and •Book a session ahead of time and invite others to be in thethe advantages arelisted as well as session.graphic to get theaudience excitedabout WebEx andhow it can be usedwith students andinstructors.Text/Audio Narration: Now let’s talk about the advantages of WebEx. There is much to be said about the e-learning environment. It isconvenient, online, self-paced, and great for those students that have busy lives. However, there are downsides to e-learning as it is at thistime. What if we were able to see our classmates and share information right on our desktops? What if we were able to all conferencetogether and brainstorm ideas for the latest assignment? You will see that WebEx has brought the e-learning experience to a whole new level.
    4. 4. Title: WebEx Scene: Advantages of WebEx Slide number: 3Skill or Concept: Understand the Animation (yes or no): Yes Graphics (yes or no): Yes Audio (yes or no): NoAdvantages of WebEx Notes: The Advantages of using WebEx Continued: audience of this lesson is adult e- •Refine ideas in real-time. learners who are interested in •Share information from instructor to learner, learner to learning the learner, as well as learner to instructor. advantages of WebEx. The •Brainstorming made easy. layout is easy to read and the •Share, edit, and enhance files, PowerPoint, or group advantages are projects. listed as well as graphic to get •Launch a session right from a desktop. the audience excited about WebEx and how it can be used with students and instructors.Text/Audio Narration: Now let’s talk about the advantages of WebEx. There is much to be said about the e-learning environment. It isconvenient, online, self-paced, and great for those students that have busy lives. However, there are downsides to e-learning as it is at thistime. What if we were able to see our classmates and share information right on our desktops? What if we were able to all conferencetogether and brainstorm ideas for the latest assignment? You will see that WebEx has brought the e-learning experience to a whole new level.
    5. 5. Title: WebEx Scene: Advantages of WebEx Slide number: 4Skill or Concept: Understand the Animation (yes or no): Yes Graphics (yes or no): Yes Audio (yes or no): Noadvantages of WebExNotes: The Advantages of using WebEx Continued:audience of this •Participants can join from any platform. A cell phone will even work.lesson is adult e- •Add notes to shared documents or graphs that everyone in thelearners who areinterested in group can see.learning the •Record group meeting or lecture and watch it again or send it to aadvantages ofWebEx. The layout participant who was not present.is easy to read andthe advantages are Pass ‘control’ of the session to another person in the group.listed as well asgraphic to get theaudience excitedabout WebEx andhow it can be usedwith students andinstructors.Text/Audio Narration: Now let’s talk about the advantages of WebEx. There is much to be said about the e-learning environment. It isconvenient, online, self-paced, and great for those students that have busy lives. However, there are downsides to e-learning as it is at thistime. What if we were able to see our classmates and share information right on our desktops? What if we were able to all conferencetogether and brainstorm ideas for the latest assignment? You will see that WebEx has brought the e-learning experience to a whole new level.
    6. 6. Title: WebEx Scene: WebEx Worked Example Slide number: 5Skill or Concept: Demonstrate Animation (yes or no): Yes Graphics (yes or no): Yes Audio (yes or no): Nounderstanding of how to sign up for aWebEx account How to Sign Up for a WebEx Account:Notes: This lessonis for an adult e- 1.Go to: signup.webex.comlearner who is 2.Enter your first and last name, email, company, and country. Selectinterested in Continue.learning moreabout WebEx and 3.Create a password that you will remember and agree to terms of use.its advantages in Select Sign up.the e-learning 4.Check for a WebEx email at the email address that you entered to receiveclassroom. In thisworked example, your WebEx invitation.students will 5.Open email and select Activate Account.demonstrate their 6.Enter the password that you created.understanding ofhow to sign up for 7.Account is created. Select Done.a WebEx account 8.You are ready to enter into the exciting and interactive world of WebEx.online.Text/Audio Narration: What are the first steps in utilizing WebEx? The first thing that needs to be done to utilize all the benefits of WebEx is tocreate an account. This account will be used to talk to and share ideas with the other students in class as well as converse with theinstructor. Let’s get started!
    7. 7. Title: WebEx Scene: Set up a meeting in WebEx Slide number: 6Skill or Concept: Demonstrate Animation (yes or no): Yes Graphics (yes or no): Yes Audio: Yesunderstanding of setting up a meeting inWebEx for others to join.Notes: This lesson How to set up a WebEx meeting:is for the adult e- 1.Log into your WebEx account.learner that has 2.On Navigation bar, expand Set Up.already signed up 3.Select Meeting Manager.for a WebEx 4.Set up page appears. select Set Up.account. The 5.If security box appears, select Yes.student will then 6.Set up then continues. A progress message box appears noting the progress of thelog into hisaccount and learn set up.to set up a meeting 7.Once the Set Up Complete page is up, select OK.in WebEx for other 8.You are now able to start, schedule, or join a meeting. Congratulations!classmates orinstructor (s) tojoin. This is aworked example ofhow set up ameeting in WebEx.Text/Audio Narration: Now that you have a WebEx account, aren’t you anxious to get started? Here is a step-by-step guide on how to set up aWebEx meeting. It is simple and only takes a few minutes. After you have completed these steps, you are on your way to a more interactive e-learning experience.
    8. 8. The following slides are a practice exercise using the advantages of WebEx. This is going to be a True/False Quiz. Are you ready?
    9. 9. WebEx allows learners from all over the world to collaborate in a virtual classroom. True False
    10. 10. Sorry! That is incorrect! Try again!Explanatory feedback: WebEx has the capability to connect anyone that has internet connection via a virtual meeting place.
    11. 11. Congratulations!  That is correct!
    12. 12. WebEx does not yet have phone and video conferencing capabilities. True False
    13. 13. Sorry! That is incorrect! Try again!Explanatory feedback: WebEx currently has video and phone conferencing to enhance the collaboration process.
    14. 14. Congratulations!  That is correct!
    15. 15. It costs money to sign up for a basic WebEx account. True False
    16. 16. Sorry! That is incorrect! Try again!Explanatory feedback: It costs NO money to sign up for a WebEx basic account.
    17. 17. Congratulations!  That is correct!
    18. 18. The steps to sign up for WebEx are easy to understand and you don’t have to be computer savvy to be successful. True False
    19. 19. Sorry! That is incorrect! Try again!Explanatory feedback: The steps that are on slide #5 are easy to understand for even the newest computer user.
    20. 20. Congratulations!  That is correct!
    21. 21. Any e-learning student would benefit in some way through the use of WebEx. True False
    22. 22. Sorry! That is incorrect! Try again!Explanatory feedback: All students would benefit from the collaborative value that WebEx brings to the students.
    23. 23. Congratulations!  That is correct!
    24. 24. How well did YOU do on the quiz? At this point, you should have a goodunderstanding of what WebEx can offer you as an e-learning student. 
    25. 25.  The collaborative activity I have chosen is a blog. Please click on the link below to go to the blog. http://collaborationiskey74.blogspot.com/

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