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  • 1. E-Learning Leaders network
    2009-2010
    Presenter: John Collins E-Learning Services
    ,April 2010
  • 2. Purpose of e-Learning Plan
    2008 - 2010
    “To maximise the effective use of educational technologies in
    achieving quality education and training outcomes
    through a culture of collaboration,
    digital literacy and technological innovation”.
    .
  • 3. 3 Key Initiatives
    2008 - 2010
    Foster a culture of creative, flexible and collaborative technology enabled learning
    Improve digital literacy skills and application amongst staff and students
    Enable and support a wide range of educational technology options
    .
  • 4. Culture Shift
    “creative, flexible, collaborative”
    Two Key Enablers
    Establish network of teachers to provide leadership
    Ripple – Inaugural e-Learning Conference
  • 5. Process for enabling a “Culture shift”
    .
  • 6. E-Leaders Network
    E –Learning Leaders Terms of reference
    Purpose
    Functions
    Membership
    Roles and Responsibilities of the e-Learning Leaders
    Time fraction allocated
    Personal Professional Development
    KPI’S - staff mentoring
    Strategic role
  • 7. Some Observations
    The e-Learning Leaders
    understand
    their colleagues needs
    and work patterns
    Engaging and
    challenging PD
    is greatly valued
    Frequency of
    Forums and meetings
    is critical
    Support of
    Senior Management
    critical to success