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Slides from Kineo seminar on agile e-learning.

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    • 1. Agile E-Learning Delivering more for less Steve Rayson Stephen Walsh Mark Harrison www.kineo.com
    • 2. Working with leading clients...
    • 3. Structure for this Morning
      • What are my issues?
      • What’s happening out there?
      • What are organisations doing?
        • C&W
        • HSBC
      • How can you be more agile & do more for less?
      • An agile action list
    • 4. What is happening out there?
    • 5.  
    • 6.  
    • 7. What is happening out there?
      • Ambient report.
      • The growth in elearning now forecast at 8%.
      • Negative growth of 5% in the largest enterprises.
      • Expenditure by large enterprises still represents 48% of the entire corporate market.
      • Demand for e-learning in small organisations has doubled as elearning has become more affordable.
      • Growth sectors - hosted solutions, rapid, and open source.
    • 8.
      • Our survey said....
    • 9. Expenditure on E-Learning
    • 10. Current Aims
    • 11. Switch Classroom to E-Learning
    • 12. Strategies Yes Possibly No Outsource more e-learning 33% 67.0% 0.0% Do more e-learning development internally 50.0% 33.0% 17% Do more rapid e-learning 45.0% 55.0% 0.0% Use more open source tools 33.3% 33.3% 33.3% Reduce budgets for individual e-learning development projects 20.0% 60.0% 20.0%
    • 13. Other Surveys
      • The 2007 survey by the E-learning Guild found that:
        • 78% of organisations need faster development
        • 70% need to reduce costs of development
      • According to research by Bersin 89% of companies need to develop e-Learning solutions within 3 weeks. 
    • 14. Key Challenges
      • Keeping pace with change
      • Reducing costs
      • Engaging the learners and increasing take up
      • Strategies for updating content
      • Proving effectiveness and value for money
    • 15. Pushing Boundaries of Authoring Tools
    • 16. Rapid Updating
      • Ideally should be quick and easy with no technical skills
        • Text
        • Images
      • XML allows fast updating
      • Use a tool
      • Let’s change a demo
    • 17. Reusable Learning Sequences
      • Grab attention
      • Knowledge
      • Exemplify – case study
      • Practice scenario
      • Assessment
      • Take it further
    • 18. Integrated Solutions
      • Elements being integrated together with e-learning:
      • Diagnostics
      • Product briefs
      • View points - colleagues
      • Expert views – videos/podcasts
      • Take away materials
      • Wikis/Ask a question
      • Community of Practice
    • 19. Summary
      • Internal development using tools
      • Internal/external partnerships – on demand
      • Rapid content development approaches
      • Pushing boundaries of tools, blurring with bespoke
      • Smart use of low cost solutions & integration
      • Use of free and open source tools/technologies
      • Wider use of synchronous tools
      • Integration of range of content eg audio, ppts, PDFs
      • Reusable learning sequences
    • 20. What are Organisations Doing?
      • Case studies
        • HSBC
        • C&W
    • 21. Resources – You are what you share www.kineo.com
    • 22. Thank You www.kineo.com

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