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Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
Learning Management Vs Collaboration
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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.

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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  • 1. Learning management vs. workplace collaboration - the future?<br />
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Typical Corporate Training Approach.<br />e-learningclassroom<br />Hope<br />Adapted from model © Tom Hilgart; used with permission.<br />7<br />
  • 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. What Does It Take to Develop Proficiency and/or Mastery<br />The High Points<br /><ul><li>About 10,000 hours
  • 10. Disciplined, Intentional, Multi-modal development
  • 11. Iterative and progressive exposure to new stuff (e.g. Ideas, skills, tools, etc.)
  • 12. Regular feedback & coaching
  • 13. Your “boss” paying attention (if lacking burning drive) </li></ul>COPYRIGHT 2009 Q2LEARNING<br />9<br />
  • 14. The Good News<br /><ul><li>The economy is forcing the “proficiency or else” issue
  • 15. The technology exists</li></ul>The Bad News<br /><ul><li>There is an elephant in our living room
  • 16. Fascination with “shiny objects”</li></ul>COPYRIGHT 2009 Q2LEARNING<br />10<br />
  • 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. 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. Social Learning Framework<br />Learning = “Inter-Related Processes”<br />Training = “Events”<br />Training<br />Reinforcement<br />Informal Learning<br />13<br />
  • 20. Words. Images. Sounds... Communicationswe have always used technology and social comm.<br />
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Steve Case<br />scase@aleragroup.com<br />603-659-2034 (US)<br />skype scase20<br />20<br />

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