Learning Management Vs Collaboration


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This is a comparison of eLearning, LMS's and the use of Collaboration as a Learning tools. It covers Social Learning and Informal Learning.

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Learning Management Vs Collaboration

  1. 1. Learning management vs. workplace collaboration - the future?<br />
  2. 2. A Bit about me<br />Steve Case<br />Linkedin Profile; <br />www.linkedin.com/pub/steve-case/3/41b/7a0<br />30+ Years in Training Space<br />In “eLearning” since the inception<br />Years of experience with LMS’s, LCMS’s and eLearning authoring<br />Career of working with new Technology and new tools<br />A “networker” and “Social person” by nature<br />2<br />
  3. 3. LMS’s What has been gained<br />Trainings taken anytime, anywhere<br />Review of Trainings quickly, easily<br />No need for Instructor time<br />No need for travel<br />Automatic grading<br />Automatic administration and record keeping<br />Ability for better visuals and therefore some materials learned better<br />etc<br />3<br />
  4. 4. LMS’s What has been Lost<br />Instructor to Student Interactions<br />Student to Student Interaction<br />Student to SME (Subject Matter Expert) Interactions<br />Multiple styles of Presentation to get message across (Let me explain that differently)<br />Instant reviews of areas that were not quickly grasped<br />4<br />
  5. 5. LMS’s What has been Lost<br />“Break Out Sessions”<br />“Study Groups”<br />Network Building<br />On-The-Job Training<br />Mentoring<br />Homework assignments<br />etc<br />5<br />
  6. 6. What Technology Does for us<br />“...in the end, what technology brings to us... is that it increases our options and possibilities.”<br />6<br />
  7. 7. Typical Corporate Training Approach.<br />e-learningclassroom<br />Hope<br />Adapted from model © Tom Hilgart; used with permission.<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Speed to Proficiency (S2P) Approach.<br />OJTPracticeCoaching<br />EPSS<br />Communities<br />Social Networking<br />e-learningclassroom<br />Adapted from model © Tom Hilgart; used with permission.<br />8<br />
  9. 9. What Does It Take to Develop Proficiency and/or Mastery<br />The High Points<br /><ul><li>About 10,000 hours
  10. 10. Disciplined, Intentional, Multi-modal development
  11. 11. Iterative and progressive exposure to new stuff (e.g. Ideas, skills, tools, etc.)
  12. 12. Regular feedback & coaching
  13. 13. Your “boss” paying attention (if lacking burning drive) </li></ul>COPYRIGHT 2009 Q2LEARNING<br />9<br />
  14. 14. The Good News<br /><ul><li>The economy is forcing the “proficiency or else” issue
  15. 15. The technology exists</li></ul>The Bad News<br /><ul><li>There is an elephant in our living room
  16. 16. Fascination with “shiny objects”</li></ul>COPYRIGHT 2009 Q2LEARNING<br />10<br />
  17. 17. How learning decays<br />Learning on Demand<br />CareerCurriculum<br />CoachingPrograms<br />Communities<br />of Practice<br />Self<br />Assessment<br />EPSSTools<br />TrainingEvent<br />Retention is Lost<br />Job<br />Aids<br />Traditional Training<br />Expert<br />Novice<br />Copyright 2009 Bersin & Associates<br />11<br />
  18. 18. Social Learning Results<br />Best Practice<br />Sharing<br />Just-in-time<br />Refreshers<br />Communities<br />of Practice<br />Coaching<br />Programs<br />Stretch<br />Assignments<br />eLearning<br />ILT<br />Expert<br />Novice<br />Training<br />Reinforcement<br />Informal Learning<br />Time<br />COPYRIGHT 2009 Q2LEARNING<br />12<br />
  19. 19. Social Learning Framework<br />Learning = “Inter-Related Processes”<br />Training = “Events”<br />Training<br />Reinforcement<br />Informal Learning<br />13<br />
  20. 20. Words. Images. Sounds... Communicationswe have always used technology and social comm.<br />
  21. 21. Good News – The Technology Exists Social Media Tools<br />File Sharing<br />Web Meetings<br />Email<br />SocialBookmarking<br />Forums<br />Full TextSearch<br />Chat<br />Rich Media<br />Wikis<br />RSS Feeds<br />InstantMessaging<br />Rate and Review<br />Tagging<br />Blogs<br />EmailParticipation<br />COPYRIGHT 2009 Q2LEARNING<br />15<br />
  22. 22. Good News – The Technology Exists Part II<br />Google Maps<br />Who’sOn<br />New/Hot<br />Resources<br />Admin<br />Dashboard<br />Participant<br />Directory<br />Google Calendar<br />Featured Person<br />New/Hot<br />Discussions<br />Picture Block<br />Learning History<br />RSS Feed<br />Rate and Review<br />Live Help<br />Announcements<br />Program Status<br />User Defined<br />COPYRIGHT 2009 Q2LEARNING<br />16<br />
  23. 23. The Problem with just “using” a bunch of Web 2.0 tools<br />All different look and feels – confusing<br />Separate and many Login/PW combinations<br />No way to structure tools to be part of learning continuum<br />No way to monitor actions/results<br />No way to monitor staff participation<br />No way to report on actions/results<br />17<br />
  24. 24. eCampus<br />Next Generation Learning Platform<br />Easy structuring of Formal/Social/Informal learning continuums<br />Easy monitoring of Formal/Social/Informal learning continuums<br />Easy reporting of Formal/Social/Informal learning continuums<br />18<br />
  25. 25. Conclusion<br />Learning Industry is heading towards Formal/Social/Informal learning continuums<br />Our roles are changing from ISD to Learning Architect<br /> The tools exist<br />The future is here<br />19<br />
  26. 26. Steve Case<br />scase@aleragroup.com<br />603-659-2034 (US)<br />skype scase20<br />20<br />