C101 – E-Learning: Trends & Tools 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM - DeAnza III (Portola)Frank Cervone , Ph.D., Vice Chancellor for Information Services, Purdue University CalumetLori Reed, Training Specialist, Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County (PLCMC)Cervone highlights newer technologies and trends, litigation in the elearning vendor arena, open source and open access, and evolving standards contributing to a dynamic environment requiring continuous monitoring. Reed focuses on fostering a culture of learning with buy-in from management and staff and using free and other available tools to create quality elearning.We’d like to suggest that you each present for 15 minutes and take 5 minutes of questions for a total of 20 minutes each
Photo Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/clearlyambiguous/50048014Early days of e-learning there was a lot of bad e-learning. Reading.This may be all that staff/admin have experienced.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/boojee/4029428629One thing hasn’t changed – a focus on the learner, learning outcomes, and sound instructionaldesign. Training today is highly individualized and designed to provide learner support anddirection with content presented in the proper context. This has always been the goal of effectiveinstruction.
Libraries, e-learning, and zombies
Libraries and e-learning andzombies<br />@lorireed<br />Learning & Development Coordinator<br />Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County<br />librarytrainer.com <br />