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    • ACPET - Vic Governmente-Learning Program 2012Rapid elearning 1Intermediate Stream
    • Content Methods •Developing/Buying bespoke content (rapid tools) •Development/Purchase of bespoke content (non rapid) •Purchase of generic content •Informal learning content (e-books, web resources, search tools) •Formal collaboration tools between learner and tutor such as web conferences, Virtual Learning Environments, video conferencing, •Informal collaboration tools such as chat, wikis, and blogs. http://www.towardsmaturity.org/article/2010/03/12/towards-maturity-impact- indicator-looks-e-learning/
    • Passive Learning Most e learning courses purpose is to share information or change/improve job role performance. However, most courses focuses on sharing information rather than performance improvements. This happens because most people focus on delivering content rather than on changing job role performance.
    • Passive Learning• Slabs of Text• Multiple Choice Questions• Few opportunities to apply knowledge• Poor demonstration of skills• No supporting resources• Fail to exploit nature of the web with multimedia• Working sole, without access to other learners.• No facilitation or group sessions online
    • Passive Learning• Slabs of Text• Reading is best done offline.• Many elearning courses require a lot of reading. If most of your course is text-based, find a solution that best supports reading rather than building a course
    • Cathy Moore •Don’t create a course unless it’s really necessary and useful. •Write activities in which a character faces a realistic challenge. •Put the information outside the course. •Use the course to show how to use the job aids. •Let the activities, not the content, drive the design. http://blog.cathy-moore.com/2010/05/how-to-design-elearning-thats-memorable-and-budget- friendly/
    • All shapes n sizes
    • Cater for them!-Reduce reliance on text(Audio, Visuals, Video)-Use multimedia-Engage learner to think through learning activities)-Put back industry knowledge-Be active online (network! Play! Ask! Share!)
    • How?Well designed case studies or scenarioscan create a need for the learners to pullthe informationPresent some simple questions or problem-solving activities that require a solution.
    • Rapid e Learning Flexible delivery content that can be developed quickly without experts using purpose built software http://www.readygo.com/web02/01web02g.htm#characteristics
    • Rapid e Learning •Short learning curve •Navigation built in •Instructional design encouraged through tools structure and visual queues •Does not require any programming knowledge •Advanced features such as creating links, tests, glossary, FAQ, drill down pages are built-in. Does not require any advanced skills, programming, or HTML knowledge •Easy to import Multimedia
    • Industry Knowledge Complimenting E Learning approaches to ensure learners have access to industry knowledge sharing and building •Discussions •Guest Presenters •Audio Recordings/Podcasts •Group projects and presentations •Video Demonstrations •Using a Virtual Classroom •Problem Solving
    • Rapide Learning
    • Rapide Learning
    • Rapide Learning
    • Media Pics Video Text Audio Flash Docs
    • Media - Video Video Input Formats to Rapid elearning Tools Quick AVI WMV Time FLV MP4 3GP Video Output from Rapid elearning Tools to SWF
    • Activities & Interactions Decision Quiz Demonstration Making Trees Steps Information
    • Workflow Storyboard What learners Mapping Interactions need to learn Drafting Media Build Test Deliver to Learners
    • SCORM and IMS SCORM –packaging of learning Create Learning activities so they can be reused Materials and and tracked in a learner Activities outside of management system (e.g. LMS Moodle) Import IMS – packaging of learning Track content for deployment in a learner management system Assess
    • Integrating with LMS IMS Package SCORM Package
    • Software – iSpring Suite Create elearning courses from PowerPoint Presenter
    • Software - Articulate
    • Software – Articulate Storyline (coming soon!)
    • Multimedia Resources http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/
    • Multimedia Resources – Templates/Smart Art http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/ - then click on Templates
    • Multimedia Resources – Open Clip Art http://openclipart.org/
    • Multimedia Resources – Edit your pics online http://www.picmonkey.com/
    • Multimedia Resources – Edit your pics offline! http://picasa.google.com/
    • Lets have a play Resourceshttp://www.yumstudio.com.au/TEMP/acpet_rapid/
    • Cathy Moore http://blog.cathy-moore.com/
    • Rapid e Learning Blog http://www.articulate.com/rapid-elearning/