Elearning trends feb12

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Elearning trends presentation given in Melbourne, at launch of Kineo Melbourne office

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Elearning trends feb12

  1. 1. Global E-LearningTrendsSteve RaysonMelbourne, 16th February 2012
  2. 2. AustraliaOnly country where e-learning salaries increasedlast yearHighest average salarygrowth in last 4 yearsHighest average e-learningsalary globally
  3. 3. Economist Global Talent Report 2011“One in two of those surveyed say their company is investingmore time and money in staff development.”ASTD – State of the Industry Report 2011“The average direct expenditure per employee increased from$1,081 in 2009 to $1,228 in 2010.”“In the coming years we expect to see a more balanceddistribution between instructor-led and technology-baseddelivery methods.”
  4. 4. Clients require global solutions- Translation- Localisation- Local service support
  5. 5. What do businesses need from e-learning? More for Less Impact SpeedPressure on budgets E-learning that Meet speed of Lower cost blends makes a difference business demands Lower cost Engage learners Development and development and Transfer learning to deployment delivery the workplace
  6. 6. Impact on E-learningPushing boundaries with rapid toolsGreater use of scenarios in instructional designInnovative range of visual design approachesMobile learning pilotsLow cost learning platforms
  7. 7. What do these two modules have in common?
  8. 8. DesignArt directionLearning designCreativityTool capabilities
  9. 9. Design
  10. 10. Both built in CaptivateCan do a lot with rapid development tools
  11. 11. Instructional design developmentsFocus on transfer to workplaceImportance of context in learningIncreased use of: - stories - scenariosMore sophisticated scenario approaches
  12. 12. A series of mistakes we learn from:Didn’t follow up immediatelyDidn’t ask for orderFocused on features not benefits
  13. 13. Focus on critical mistakes that make the biggestdifference to performance
  14. 14. Visual Design Visual RichnessInnovative Design Approaches More tactileReinforces brand
  15. 15. Mobile Learning
  16. 16. Choice - native apps, web apps orhtml 5 templatesPros and consRange of tool optionsCross platform development toolseg PhoneGap or TitaniumCan use existing tools egAdobe, Articulate Storyline, Lectora
  17. 17. Types of mobile content :• performance support• quizzes/assessment• videos• stories with audioFast changing area
  18. 18. Learning Management Platforms
  19. 19. Reduction in learning management vendors?Talent Management SystemsOracle > Taleo > Learn.comSAP > Success factors > Plateau LMSKenexa > OutStartLumessee > Edvantage > Learning gateway
  20. 20. Growth in open source learning platformsMoodle used by 1 in 4 US companiesTotara is a custom distribution of Moodle forcorporatesOver 90 clients already including VodafoneIreland, Kohl’s, Tesco, Logica, Michelin China
  21. 21. Why Open Source LMS? No per user licencesNo vendor lock in Can truly customiseLearning focused
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  24. 24. E-Learning making a real impactMcDonald’s saved over £1m through financial skills e-learning modules we deliveredM&S drove up customer satisfaction in their cafes from64% to 86%, increased sales by 6% and saved £400,000in training delivery costs through Kineo e-learningTesco’s saved over £1m through the development of aTotara LMS based learning platform
  25. 25. Thank YouQuestions?

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