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eLearning Today: Trends in Tech #LSCON

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A look back on the industry since 1996. And a look at current trends in tech. Slides presented at the eLearning Guild's Learning Solutions 2016.

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eLearning Today: Trends in Tech #LSCON

  1. 1. 109 eLearning Today Cammy Bean, Kineo Orlando, FL • March 16 – 18, 2016
  2. 2. How long have you been in the e-learning biz? When you first got started, what was it called?
  3. 3. It was 1996.
  4. 4. My very first client.
  5. 5. We called it CBT.
  6. 6. And then the Internet happened.
  7. 7. A new eLearning landscape began to emerge.
  8. 8. The web continued to evolve.
  9. 9. We became active contributors to the web.
  10. 10. Connecting on social networks became a part of our lives.
  11. 11. And we went mobile.
  12. 12. Video games became standard home entertainment.
  13. 13. The Internet of Things began to emerge.
  14. 14. And of course, making things happen…with your mind.
  15. 15. What new technology do you think has had the biggest impact in the last 10 years?
  16. 16. How do we use tech today? To live? To get stuff done?
  17. 17. A broken air conditioner.
  18. 18. My kids learn how to rainbow loom.
  19. 19. What about you?
  20. 20. What about your company’s employees?
  21. 21. Smartphone users worldwide 2 billion + in 2016 Average person checks their device 85 times a day 36% Watch Long-form Video Content via Mobile A few quick stats about mobile….
  22. 22. Let’s begin our expedition… Team Tools Camp
  23. 23. What are we taking on our expedition… …and what are we leaving behind? IN • Making content easy to find, accessible and relevant • Support for social learning • Supporting multi devices & channels • Design thinking and UX • Intelligent blends and curation • Personalized experiences • BYOD • Big and small data • Measuring learning impact • Tangible assessment and rewards OUT • Overly long courses • Boring learning • Single channel delivery • Barriers to learning and sharing • Top-down training • Inflexible LMS • IT barriers • Being protective of knowledge Measuring training take up
  24. 24. What’s our team like? Learners Google what they need to know Take charge of their learning Find long winded courses boring Want a personalised experience Learn from YouTube videos Like to share what they know Use multiple devices Multi generation Multi location
  25. 25. Taking a closer look at current industry trends…
  26. 26. Making it searchable and discoverable.
  27. 27. Making it available on multiple devices.
  28. 28. Bringing video back.
  29. 29. Going guerilla style. Encouraging selfies. Video selfies.
  30. 30. Making it interactive.
  31. 31. Setting up role plays. http://www.rehearsalvrp.co
  32. 32. Talking about microlearning — small slices.
  33. 33. Keeping it natural — embedding it in the workflow.
  34. 34. Making smarter blends.
  35. 35. Building in accountability.
  36. 36. Building in action plans to continue the learning process.
  37. 37. Making managers a part of the process. Hired! (1940)
  38. 38. ….and involving managers in their employee’s training programs.
  39. 39. Using technology to support shoulder-to-shoulder training.
  40. 40. Encouraging self-directed learning.
  41. 41. Developing learning plans WITH your manager.
  42. 42. The Learning Campaign Losing the event. Thinking in terms of campaigns…
  43. 43. …using a wide range of channels…
  44. 44. …through a sustained campaign that creates measurable results.
  45. 45. Building in post-event touch points: two days, two weeks, two months.
  46. 46. Tools can help...
  47. 47. Designing eLearning that actually DOES engage people.
  48. 48. Losing the event. Thinking in terms of journeys.
  49. 49. A journey looks like a fairly natural learning flow.
  50. 50. Remember, journeys and not events. Learning takes time.
  51. 51. Connecting to peers.
  52. 52. Learning from peers via user-generated content.
  53. 53. Badging and rewards.
  54. 54. Gamification and game-like elements…
  55. 55. OK. So how will you use technology in your workplace?
  56. 56. Group Work • Who’s got a current project? Pick one to discuss. • Pretend like you have no constraints on technology… • What would you do? • Come up with a quick strawman approach for this project. • Would you use new technology? What would be different if th pie was the sky?
  57. 57. What trends or new developments do you think will shape your work the most in the next five years?
  58. 58. Here’s a radical idea… e- (what if we lose it?)
  59. 59. Hey, look! I wrote a book! Get your copy at the Bookstore or td.org/accidentaldesigner.
  60. 60. Cammy Bean email: cammy.bean@kineo.com twitter: @cammybean blog: http://cammybean.kineo.com Kineo’s 2015 Learning Insights Report: http://www.kineo.com/us/resources/papers-and- guides/learning-insights-2015

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