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    Don Taylor Managing To Learn Don Taylor Managing To Learn Presentation Transcript

    • Managing to learn iM i l inhard timesDonald H Taylordonald@donaldhtaylor.co.uk © IITT
    • Where are we now?
    • 70%SkillsSkill crucial i l 46%L&D can’t deliver 18% Aligned
    • 31% Increased learning technologies t h l i use 25%Allocating >30% budget g gto learning technologies
    • Electronic Non- Interactiveinteractive Non-electronic
    • Electronic remote desktop support quick standard webinars & virtual Flash elearning classrooms demos (IT and non-IT) Microsoft podcasts webinar Articulate Studio videos demos modules demos Non- N Interactiveinteractive quick distance learning guides OU 1 to 1 reference Courses sessions cards books and collaboration with manuals ILT other teams Floorwalking Non-electronic
    • Electronic remote desktop support quick standard webinars & virtual Flash elearning classrooms demos (IT and non-IT) Microsoft podcasts webinar Articulate Studio videos demos modules demos Non- N Interactiveinteractive quick distance learning guides OU 1 to 1 reference Courses sessions cards books and collaboration with manuals ILT other teams Floor walking Non-electronic
    • What changing?Remaining steady Good growth Reduced in useSurveys and questionnaires Surveys and questionnaires ‐ Mobile  36% (up from  7%) Mobile – 36% (up from 7%) Online books (down from 63%  Online books (down from 63%91% (up from 82%) to 43%)Electronic‐based learning  Content management systems  Electronic performance materials  89% (up from 86%)materials ‐89% (up from 86%) – 50% (up from 24%) 50% (up from 24%) support (down from 26% to  support (down from 26% to 16%)Podcasting 37% ( was 35%) LMS – 78% (up from 65% )   Wikis (down from 28% to 26%)Rapid application  Online assessment   – 81% (up  Blogs (down from 26% to 20%)development tools (46% both  from 67%)years)Virtual worlds (8% both years) Virtual classroom (down from  47% to 45%) Communities of practice  (down from 38% to 30%)
    • What can we do?
    • Delivery Traditional approach Also available ...Knowledge building Classroom training Google Workshops Wikis Books Blogs Social networking toolsControlled practice Classroom training Virtual labs WorkshopsFree practice On the job On-the-job Virtual labs WorkshopsPerformance support Help desk EPSS Performance aids Social networking tools Wikis GoogleSkills l iSkill planning Competency software C f ?
    • Business focus Performance consulting Management buy-in g y Learning council
    • Free resources Social networking sites http://sfiauser.ning.com www.learningandskillsgroup.com www.trainingzone.co.uk g www.twitter.com Reading www.towardsmaturity.org/2010benchmark http://bit.ly/ILTM32 h //bi l /ILTM32 and h //bi l /ILTM33 d http://bit.ly/ILTM33
    • Managing to learn iM i l inhard timesDonald H Taylordonald@donaldhtaylor.co.uk © IITT