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OLIT593
                    Dr. Brady


Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
Imagine this situation, Intercontinental
Hotels Group is putting on a workshop at
a hotel across town. As a General
Manage...
After Thoughts is to inspire and complement learning after a face to face
workshop. It is to connect the learners and have...
Problem
  Statement                               Learning Continues after a face to
In a face to face workshop, the
     ...
Audience                                                       Analysis
           Learning                    Options   C...
Audience




Who is the audience?
   Face to face workshop to be held regionally. All of the workshops for the example are...
Learning




  Learning by Doing

 Learning by Experience
 Learning by Example
 Learning by Storytelling




         ...
Options




Different strokes for different
  folks….different learners different styles
Allowing different techniques in ...
Environment
          Learner
                                       Constraints




                                     ...
Web 2.0 Tools        Approach                    Interactive(ity)   Design




                Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2...
Web 2.0
 Tools




  Designing the “After Thoughts” for

  motivation and learning continuance
 Assign as an “assignment...
Approach




  Online Social Network

 Supplemental Materials available
 Slide share
 Threads for discussion
 Case St...
Interactive(ity)




  Allow for ease into the Site

 Diverse age group – appeal to all
  generations
 Collaboration in...
Social
        Podcasting on
                                 Networking –
           topics
                             ...
NING is the choice for the web 2.0 tools

http://justonemorethought.ning.com/




            Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 20...
Set up one site for each workshop topic

 Invitation to the site after the workshop –
  this is a feature of the site – ...
Natural timeframe for learners to be

  attracted to the site – 1-2 weeks after the
  workshop
 Allow for feedback throu...
References
Instructional Technology Global Resource Network. (n.d.).
          http://www.ittheory.com/index.html

Gardner...
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  1. 1. OLIT593 Dr. Brady Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  2. 2. Imagine this situation, Intercontinental Hotels Group is putting on a workshop at a hotel across town. As a General Manager, you are required to attend 3 workshops a year. The workshop content is good and you have other questions that arise on your drive home, there is no outlet to continue discussing the new learning….….. Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  3. 3. After Thoughts is to inspire and complement learning after a face to face workshop. It is to connect the learners and have a forum to share their thoughts….after the workshop ends. Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  4. 4. Problem Statement Learning Continues after a face to In a face to face workshop, the face workshop by social network. learning happens on site at a Learning can be shared and remote hotel. Then, after a day the feedback given in a secure participants typically have no environment to collaborate. contact with the instructor or other participants. Leave workshop Current State Desired State There is no support for after Follow Up questions can be workshop questions. Or, follow up answered by instructors, fellow on what the participants say they participants. Gives a voice to those will do once they get back to the who feel more comfortable online. hotel. Much of the workshop is stand and deliver.
  5. 5. Audience Analysis Learning Options Constraints Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  6. 6. Audience Who is the audience? Face to face workshop to be held regionally. All of the workshops for the example are one day, off site and include a variety of learners. The hospitality industry has a very diverse population of employees as well as the educational level, age, and background. There are several different workshops in which would benefit from a web 2.0 collaboration after the face to face workshop. For this example I will highlight the following examples: Strategic Management – For the Management Team Skills Workshop – Leadership Skills Workshop – Building High Performance Teams Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  7. 7. Learning Learning by Doing   Learning by Experience  Learning by Example  Learning by Storytelling Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  8. 8. Options Different strokes for different folks….different learners different styles Allowing different techniques in the workshop, then spark collaboration in the web 2.0 environment. Pique interest for further learning by offering tools Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  9. 9. Environment Learner Constraints No computer at work Not motivated to learn   area  Only at the face to No time for extra  face workshop for the activities “credit” The work area is not   Information is too hard suitable for the social or easy networking to occur  Does not fit in with the Not allowed to sign up  peer group at the for a “social network” face to face workshop at work Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  10. 10. Web 2.0 Tools Approach Interactive(ity) Design Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  11. 11. Web 2.0 Tools Designing the “After Thoughts” for  motivation and learning continuance  Assign as an “assignment” for follow up within a week  Select learners that will take the position of “leadership” at their hotel and follow up Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  12. 12. Approach Online Social Network   Supplemental Materials available  Slide share  Threads for discussion  Case Studies  Podcasting  Digital Stories Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  13. 13. Interactive(ity) Allow for ease into the Site   Diverse age group – appeal to all generations  Collaboration in a trusting environment  Constructivist base (continuous change) Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  14. 14. Social Podcasting on Networking – topics NING.com RSS Feeds from Slideshare for appropriate Presentations blogs Collaboration through forums Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  15. 15. NING is the choice for the web 2.0 tools http://justonemorethought.ning.com/ Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  16. 16. Set up one site for each workshop topic   Invitation to the site after the workshop – this is a feature of the site – invitation only is an option to set up in the administrative side of NING  Facilitator to monitor the room and maintain the current knowledge Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  17. 17. Natural timeframe for learners to be  attracted to the site – 1-2 weeks after the workshop  Allow for feedback through the Intercontinental Hotels Group training web-site  Feedback then is directly to the facilitator of the NING site and changes are made as needed Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009
  18. 18. References Instructional Technology Global Resource Network. (n.d.). http://www.ittheory.com/index.html Gardner, Howard (2008). Howard Gardner. Retrieved April 13, 2009, from http://www.howardgardner.com Web site: http://www.howardgardner.com Keller, J. M. (1987). Development and use of the ARCS model of instructional design. Journal of Instructional Development, 10(3), 2-10. Keller, J. M. (1983). Motivational design of instruction. In C. M. Reigeluth (Ed.), Instructional-design theories and models: An overview of their current status. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Keller, J. M. (1984). The use of the ARCS model of motivation in teacher training. In K. Shaw & A. J. Trott (Eds.), Aspects of Educational Technology Volume XVII: staff Development and Career Updating. London: Kogan Page. Ali Green, OLIT593 Spring 2009

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