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    • Using SharePoint 2010 for Training and Education
      IW205
      Alex Pearce
    • Alex Pearce, SharePoint MVP
      Redstone i4e
      www.learninggatewaynet/blogs/ajp
      apearce@bfcnetworks.com
      Twitter: @alex_pearce
      Founder of the Learning Gateway User Group and co-founder of the Learning Gateway Conference
    • Agenda
      Introduction
      Learning Management Systems
      Acronyms
      Microsoft OneNote
    • Hooper and Reider’s Theory
    • What do Hooper & Rieber mean?
      “Familiarisation”:
      a employee is becoming increasingly aware of their role, and may have attended some training sessions, but rarely (and often reluctantly) tries to use it in their daily work.
      Presentation Title
    • What do Hooper & Rieber mean?
      “Utilisation”:
      a employee becomes increasingly aware of the benefits of technology, and begins to incorporate it into their every day working processes, often “replacing” former activities with ICT alternatives. This begins to have beneficial effect on the team, although use remains fragile and the employee is often set back, for example by technical hitches.
      Presentation Title
    • What do Hooper & Rieber mean?
      “Integration”:
      a employee is becoming increasingly familiar with appropriate use of IT, and can integrate it into many aspects of their on going job. Team work begins to be very significantly enhanced.
      Presentation Title
    • What do Hooper & Rieber mean?
      “Reorientation”:
      the potential of IT is now exploited to move into new areas and approaches that could not easily be replicated by more “traditional” means. The employee begins to be significantly transform the team and other around them.
      Presentation Title
    • What do Hooper & Rieber mean?
      “Evolution”:
      the developmental and CREATIVE possibilities of the IT are being fully explored. IT use can grow and develop in response to the needs of the employee and the consequent implications. They can significantly transform their role and increase the productivity of the their own work and other around them.
      Presentation Title
    • Learning Management Systems
      …is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking and reporting of training programs, classrooms and online events, e-learning programs and training content.
      Ellis 2009
    • LEARNING Management Systems – SharePoint learning kit
    • Using SharePoint Learning as an e-Learning Tool
      COM106
      Tuesday 8:45
      with Richard Willis
    • LEARNING Management Systems – Moodle
    • Acronyms
    • What doesATM stand for?
      Automated Teller Machine
    • What doesJPEG stand for?
      Joint Photographic Experts Group
    • What does RADAR stand for?
      Radio Detection and Ranging
    • Radio Detection and Ranging
      Ra D A R
    • Acronyms: Part 1
      Where can we place our acronyms list in SharePoint for staff to easily find?
    • Acronyms: Part 2
      Ensuring our metadata structure is full of our acronyms
    • Configuring Managed Metadata Service
      IT109
      Tuesday 14:00
      with Steve Smith & Spence Harbar
    • Microsoft OneNote
    • First look at Microsoft OneNote Client
      Microsoft OneNote: Part 1
    • Using Microsoft OneNote with SharePoint 2010
      Microsoft OneNote: Part 2
    • Thank you for attending!