rapid e-learning: how do we get from here to there?

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rapid e-learning: how do we get from here to there?

  1. 1. rapid e-learning HOW DO WE GET FROM HERE TO THERE? colin gray // upstate technology conference // 25 june 2009
  2. 2. WHY ARE YOU HERE?
  3. 3. e-learning is the “cool thing” to do WHY ARE YOU HERE?
  4. 4. legacy powerpoints e-learning is the “cool thing” to do WHY ARE YOU HERE?
  5. 5. tips & tricks legacy powerpoints e-learning is the “cool thing” to do WHY ARE YOU HERE?
  6. 6. WHAT HAVE YOU USED?
  7. 7. something else qarbon viewletbuilder articulate studio adobe presenter WHAT HAVE YOU USED?
  8. 8. WHAT DO YOU WANT TO LEARN?
  9. 9. why WHAT DO YOU WANT TO LEARN?
  10. 10. what why WHAT DO YOU WANT TO LEARN?
  11. 11. how what why WHAT DO YOU WANT TO LEARN?
  12. 12. WHO AM I?
  13. 13. m.ed. candidate WHO AM I?
  14. 14. graphic designer m.ed. candidate WHO AM I?
  15. 15. web developer graphic designer m.ed. candidate WHO AM I?
  16. 16. Aa
  17. 17. Aa INTERACTIVITY
  18. 18. Aa VISUAL STYLE
  19. 19. Aa NAVIGATION
  20. 20. SOME ASSUMPTIONS
  21. 21. + SOME ASSUMPTIONS
  22. 22. Aa INTERACTIVITY
  23. 23. BUILT-IN INTERACTIVITY
  24. 24. BUILT-IN INTERACTIVITY ‣ media hyperlinks
  25. 25. BUILT-IN INTERACTIVITY ‣ media hyperlinks ‣ directional hyperlinks
  26. 26. REPURPOSING
  27. 27. REPURPOSING TRADITIONAL E-LEARNING
  28. 28. REPURPOSING TRADITIONAL E-LEARNING presenter-led learner-directed
  29. 29. REPURPOSING TRADITIONAL E-LEARNING presenter-led learner-directed big screen, far away big screen, close up
  30. 30. REPURPOSING TRADITIONAL E-LEARNING presenter-led learner-directed big screen, far away big screen, close up no decision making interactive-based
  31. 31. REPURPOSING TRADITIONAL E-LEARNING
  32. 32. REPURPOSING TRADITIONAL E-LEARNING hyperlinked media in output package
  33. 33. REPURPOSING TRADITIONAL E-LEARNING hyperlinked media in output package hyperlinked slides direct user flow create basic logic navigation (more later)
  34. 34. REPURPOSING
  35. 35. ADDED INTERACTIVITY
  36. 36. ADDED INTERACTIVITY ‣ embedded swfs
  37. 37. ADDED INTERACTIVITY ‣ embedded swfs ‣ video support
  38. 38. EXTRA INTERACTIVITY
  39. 39. EXTRA INTERACTIVITY ‣ often through add-on products
  40. 40. EXTRA INTERACTIVITY ‣ often through add-on products ‣ allows pre-built interactivity scenarios
  41. 41. EXTRA INTERACTIVITY ‣ often through add-on products ‣ allows pre-built interactivity scenarios ‣ limited customization
  42. 42. Aa VISUAL STYLE
  43. 43. Aa WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?
  44. 44. Aa WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT? ‣ not just “window dressing”
  45. 45. Aa WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT? ‣ not just “window dressing” ‣ new medium, new rules
  46. 46. Aa WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT? ‣ not just “window dressing” ‣ new medium, new rules ‣ usability is key to positive learning experiences
  47. 47. Aa VISUAL ELEMENTS
  48. 48. Aa VISUAL ELEMENTS branding
  49. 49. Aa VISUAL ELEMENTS color branding
  50. 50. Aa VISUAL ELEMENTS color type branding
  51. 51. Aa VISUAL ELEMENTS color type art branding
  52. 52. Aa VISUAL ELEMENTS color type art visual branding
  53. 53. Aa E-LEARNING IS NOT PPT
  54. 54. Aa E-LEARNING IS NOT PPT ‣ think “stationary web page”
  55. 55. Aa E-LEARNING IS NOT PPT ‣ think “stationary web page” ‣ create stability & hierarchy
  56. 56. Aa E-LEARNING IS NOT PPT ‣ think “stationary web page” ‣ create stability & hierarchy ‣ stick to standards
  57. 57. Aa STABILITY & HIERARCHY
  58. 58. Aa STABILITY & HIERARCHY STABILITY HIERARCHY
  59. 59. Aa STABILITY & HIERARCHY STABILITY HIERARCHY some elements on every page
  60. 60. Aa STABILITY & HIERARCHY STABILITY HIERARCHY some elements on every page limited, consistent type & colors
  61. 61. Aa STABILITY & HIERARCHY STABILITY HIERARCHY some elements on “bread crumbs” every page limited, consistent type & colors
  62. 62. Aa STABILITY & HIERARCHY STABILITY HIERARCHY some elements on “bread crumbs” every page tiered type treatments limited, consistent type & colors
  63. 63. Aa STABILITY & HIERARCHY STABILITY HIERARCHY some elements on “bread crumbs” every page tiered type treatments limited, consistent type & colors contextualize
  64. 64. Aa HOLISTIC BRANDING
  65. 65. Aa HOLISTIC BRANDING
  66. 66. Aa HOLISTIC BRANDING
  67. 67. Aa NAVIGATION
  68. 68. CUSTOM OR BUILT-IN
  69. 69. CUSTOM OR BUILT-IN ‣ seamless visual experience
  70. 70. CUSTOM OR BUILT-IN ‣ seamless visual experience ‣ OR no extra work
  71. 71. CUSTOM
  72. 72. CUSTOM
  73. 73. WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
  74. 74. overview of ppt based e-learning WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
  75. 75. interactive possibilities overview of ppt based e-learning WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
  76. 76. visual style interactive possibilities overview of ppt based e-learning WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
  77. 77. navigation visual style interactive possibilities overview of ppt based e-learning WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
  78. 78. QUESTIONSORCOMMENTS?

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