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How to Successfully Apply E-Learning

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Slides supporting a free webinar on how to successfully tap e-learning, to help individuals, teams & organizations. Lays out the process, especially the challenges. An A/V recording (slidecast) will be available soon.

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How to Successfully Apply E-Learning

  1. 1. Maja Vujovic How To Successfu lly Apply E - lea rning Free webinar, September 8, 2010
  2. 2. 50 Your Host • Dramaturge & Scriptwriter • Radio & TV Host • Journalist & Editor • Copywriter • Producer • Capacity Development Consultant Maja Vujovic • Trainer E-learning (e-teaching) experience: July 2008 - present
  3. 3. 45 And You Are..? CEO • IT Mgr • HR Mgr • Education Mgr • Professor • Coach From a large From a small Or you train organization? organization? organizations?
  4. 4. 40 Main Uses of E-Learning Synchronous or asynchronous
  5. 5. 35 7 Advantages of E-Learning* *Synchronous • Knowledge irrespective of location • Time saved in not going to venues • Convenience without disturbing others • Interactivity & your say over the content • Full focus due to dynamism of events • Memorable experiences, easy to replay • Cost savings & expansion of audience
  6. 6. Knowledge - Irrespective of Location k w or At At a y Aw ho me Ou In td mo oo t rs ion
  7. 7. Convenience – without disturbing others
  8. 8. 30 Challenges Size & Scope Infrastructure Coordination Security CEO • IT Mgr • CFO • HR Mgr • Trainers
  9. 9. 25 Introducing E-Learning (For Real) Prerequisites: Requisites: • Financial (TCO) - Preparation • Technical (HW, SW..) - Content • Social (cultural) - Design • Needs Assessment - Promotion - (Sales) - Delivery - Interaction & evaluation - Measuring effects
  10. 10. 20 Recommendations • Assessment of capacities, needs & options • Identification of possible “champions” • C/B analysis i ROI scenario for a pilot course • Endorsements of CEO, CIO i CFO • Determining basic parameters of success • Announcing the plan & monitoring reactions • Neutralizing active & passive resistance
  11. 11. 15 Tech - two approaches A. Teleconference: B. Streaming: • Image over Internet • Voice over IP, • Voice over the phone slides as a Flash movie • CS & tech support • Requires broad band & good processors • Reliable & safe • 25 $/m or even free (20) • 1200 $ per session • Requires multi-tasking Large Small
  12. 12. 10 Content Mobile content Improvization Interactive Dynamism lectures Recorded lectures Text online Comfortability Casualness
  13. 13. 5 Promotion • Specific timeframe due to nature of events • Convenience, short duration, recording, low expenses i.e. low cost = casual • Trendy format, compactness of coverage, exclusivity of sessions = attractive • These two aspects shorten the promotional window to less than a week (NB: intense!)
  14. 14. 0 Delivery • Subject to whims of technology • Only presenter communicates non-verbally • Increased attention of all limits the duration • Time control essential for success • An intense experience - a video-radio show • Meticulous preparation & rehearsing are key “Sorry, poor connection, goodbye!”
  15. 15. Thoughts about E-Learning • Way to more students, but fewer teachers • K-12 students should not dictate the course • More research is needed to tap the potential • Edu-tainment + gaming + mobility = future • We returned to the original learning (Homer) – we sit around a fire and share stories • What are your thoughts?
  16. 16. Thank you! Maja Vujovic compass@sbb.rs +381 63 229 652 +381 11 39 75 266 Skype: maja_vujovic Please post your comments at: www.facebook.com/Compass.Comm.SEE

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