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Creating an Effective and Engaging eLearning in your LMS

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Does your organization know how best to utilize your LMS for effective and engaging eLearning? If you answered “I think so”, “not really”, or “no”—then continue reading!

Co-hosted by Stephanie Jutras–with 20 years of instructional design experience—this webinar walks you through the basics for understanding the technical aspects of creating transferable eLearning courses that are SCORM compliant, in addition to insight on the specialized aspects of eLearning course development.

Watch this presentation to learn more about:

-SCORM compliance and its importance
-Using a SCORM course and the benefits it offers
-The first steps to creating SCORM compliant courses
-Creating engaging and effective eLearning courses
-Getting the most from the eLearning courses you create

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Creating an Effective and Engaging eLearning in your LMS

  1. 1. EMPOWE R TA L E N T Creating Effective & Engaging eLearning in Your LMS Hosted by Lambda Solutions and LimeStone Learning
  2. 2. Your Hosts Sean Hougan Marketing Coordinator Stephanie Jutras Managing Partner & Instructional Designer
  3. 3. Agenda 1. Lambda Solutions and Limestone Learning 2. SCORM 3. Creating an Effective and Engaging eLearning Course 4. Getting the Most from your eLearning Course 5. Topics to Explore Further 6. Q & A
  4. 4. • Our approach • Clients:
  5. 5. Our Service Offerings
  6. 6. Industry leading clients
  7. 7. Poll #1 What do you hope to gain from this presentation?
  8. 8. Poll #1
  9. 9. What is SCORM and Why Do We Need It? Sharable Content Objects Reference Model • Technical standards • Track • Integrate • SCORM versions
  10. 10. Why use a SCORM Course in Your LMS? • More options when you use a tool designed for the job • SCORM compliant output
  11. 11. How to ‘Publish a SCORM Course’ • Publish to SCORM through your course authoring tool • Output is a zipped SCORM compliant package
  12. 12. Poll #2 • Do you now understand why it is important to create SCORM complaint courses? – Yes – No – If No, please ask question in sidebar
  13. 13. Poll #2
  14. 14. How to Create Engaging & Effective eLearning
  15. 15. Instructional Design
  16. 16. Step 1: Define WIIFM • What’s in it for me (the learner)?  Describe course benefits  Explain knowledge gap that will be filled  Use storytelling and case studies
  17. 17. Connecting Learning with Job Performance • Scenario-based learning • Interactive exercises • Resources:
  18. 18. CCAF • Context  Challenge  Activity  Feedback
  19. 19. Step 2: Align Learning to Business Objectives • Why? – Easy buy-in from senior executives – Learning will align to measurable performance – Resource: The Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning
  20. 20. Step 3: Use Project Management Principles • The ADDIE Model: – Set up realistic timelines to complete each stage – Organize tasks and expectations for team members
  21. 21. Step 4: Copy Edit & QA • Ensure someone copy edits and quality checks your work • A fresh set of eyes will always see from a new perspective • Hiring contract editors common practice
  22. 22. Getting the Most from your Course 1. Sharing Your Course – Publish SCORM package through course authoring tools – Upload into your LMS – In Totara: • Turn ‘editing on’ in course page • “Add activity or resource” • Select SCORM Package
  23. 23. Getting the Most from your Course 2. The 70-20-10 Rule – Based on 50+ years research • 10% formal learning • 20% People (i.e. coaching) • 70% Informal Learning/On-the-job experiences
  24. 24. 10% Formal Learning • Provide: – Standards – Expectations – The Foundation • Delivered online or in-class
  25. 25. 20% People • On-the-job feedback from: – Supervisors – Managers – Co-workers – Experts • Feedback can be provided directly in a LMS
  26. 26. 70% Informal Learning Experiences • Learning by doing, ‘on the job’ – Using skills and knowledge learnt from people and formal learning/training sessions • Provide learners with opportunities to share experiences – Blogs, discussion forums, wikis – Set aside time for online synchronous chats
  27. 27. Poll #3 • What topics do you want us to explore in greater depth for future webinars?
  28. 28. Questions/Comments info@LambdaSolutions.net 1-877-700-1118 Stephanie Jutras Managing Partner & Instructional Designer sjutras@limestonelearning.com 1-888-463-8489 Sean Hougan Marketing Coordinator
  29. 29. TOLL FREE +1.877.700.1118 EMAIL info@lambdasolutions.net CONTACT US lambdasolutions.net/contact-us

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