Your roadmap to smart learning

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Your roadmap to smart learning

  1. 1. Your roadmap to smart learning Danny De Witte Jan Van Belle
  2. 2. I am… A learning/training professional An IT professional A developer All of the above
  3. 3. Why are you here? We have a large training project coming up We want to expand our learning offering to our users We need a learning approach Because the bar is not open yet
  4. 4. On the road…
  5. 5. In our organisation, we use: Classroom training E-learning All of the above None of the above
  6. 6. E-learning or classroom?
  7. 7. It’s a mix…
  8. 8. A mix of delivery methods
  9. 9.  Classroom training  E-learning  Newsletters  121 coaching  Teasers  Conferencing sessions  Demo’s  Quick reference cards  Q&A sessions  Blogs, Wiki (KM platforms) A mix of delivery methods
  10. 10. E-learning versus classroom Large audience Large geographical area Content highly complex Big change - need motivation Limited amount of content Short timeframe Classroom E-learning
  11. 11. It’s about people
  12. 12. It’s a process, not an event
  13. 13. A 4-step process
  14. 14. Make sure you inform and involve your users on the upcoming migration.
  15. 15. Communication !
  16. 16. Activities  Set-up a Communication plan  Teaser  Newsletters  Roadshows  Do a pilot of your learning approach!  Train your Key Users / Ambassadors  Train your IT Staff
  17. 17. Ensure that your users have the necessary knowledge to continue doing their job using their new tools.
  18. 18. Activities  Training(mix)  Instructor Led Course  E-learning Courses  LiveMeeting sessions  Demo sessions  TTT-sessions  Supporting Materials  Quick Reference Guide  Courseware
  19. 19. Activities  Training(mix)  Instructor Led Course  E-learning Courses (!)  Live meeting sessions  Demo sessions  TTT-sessions  Supporting Materials  Quick Reference Guide  Courseware
  20. 20.  Just enough  Modular  Simple, but professional  Compliant with standards (SCORM)  You own it (if you want) E-learning design principles!
  21. 21. Do you have a LMS? Yes No I don’t know Huh? What is LMS?
  22. 22.  Learning Management System  Traditional functions:  Distribution of content  Reporting of progress Supporting tool: the LMS
  23. 23.  Supports the “training mix”  Enrollment for events  Coaching platform  Interaction between users  Personalised learning path  Can be integrated Kallidus LMS
  24. 24. Maximize productivity gains of the new applications by providing the users with extra knowledge and skills.
  25. 25. Activities  Additional in-depth training & coaching  Set-up training plans  Topic based  Function based  Coaching  Your Intranet  Tips & Tricks: “ Tip of the week”  FAQ  Detailed manuals  “Full” e-learning
  26. 26. Do you have a collaboration/knowledge management platform? Microsoft SharePoint Other platform I don’t know It is not useful for us
  27. 27. RIP LMS !
  28. 28. The LMS Is Not Dead — Just Different Regardless of the content and formats available, most jobs require not only that training be documented, but also that learners actually prove that they know the material via a test or simulation. This is what learning management is about. http://www.clomedia.com/features/2010/October/3039/index.php
  29. 29. Create an environment in which users voluntarily start sharing their knowledge about your software.
  30. 30. Activities  Intranet/SharePoint sites  “Tip of the week”, 10 minutes of your time…  User groups  User generated content  Blogs  Wiki’s
  31. 31. "An organization's ability to learn and translate that learning into action is the ultimate competitive advantage.“ Jack Welch CEO General Electric
  32. 32. Thank you ! Danny danny.de.witte@xylos.com http://twitter.com/paravolve http://www.paravolve.be Jan jan.van.belle@xylos.com http://twitter.com/jvbelle http://www.mylearning.be

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