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This seminar series is intended to explore new technology and trends in continuing education.
It is consistent with our 2016 strategic priorities (see document).The content management seminar will be followed by a seminar on analytics and how they can be used, and then by other subjects including competency based educational assessment, micro credentialing, and strategic partnership development.This seminar series is seeking input and involvement as we work things out. Out of these seminars will come projects and assignments. You will see what I mean—Larry, Sarah, and I will describe some of the capabilities of the new technologies but you will have to determine how these capabilities can be most useful to you. It is important that we establish roles and responsibilities, and balance user input and the discipline needed to maintain and operate a tech based system. At this seminar I will set the context, Sarah will talk about Canvas and best practices, Larry will talk about the UCI commons we are developing. Then all three of us will try to help you understand the difference between these efforts.

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  1. 1. CONTENT MANAGEMENT IN CONTEXT WHY CONTENT MANAGEMENT IS KEY TO EXTENSION’S STRATEGIC GOALS GARY W. MATKIN, PH.D. DEAN, CONTINUING EDUCATION, DISTANCE LEARNING, AND SUMMER SESSIO N UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE
  2. 2. WELCOME TO THE SEMINAR SERIES
  3. 3. THE KEYS TO ORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS IMPROVE QUALITY REDUCE COST ...AT THE SAME TIME
  4. 4. COURSE DEVELOPMENT: IMPROVING QUALITY AND REDUCING COSTS Canonical Course 1st Offer Lesson 1 L1 + L2 Data L1 + L2 2nd Offer Lesson 2 L3 + L4 + L5 Data L3 L1 + L2 Lesson 3 L6 + L7 + L8 Data Data L3  Lesson 4-X L9  L=Learning Object +=Narrative Thread Canonical Course & Continuous Improvement
  5. 5. COURSE DEVELOPMENT: IMPROVING QUALITY AND REDUCING COSTS Canonical Course Alternatives Lesson 1 L1 + L2 L1 L1 L1 L1 + + + + L2 L2 L2 L2 Lesson 2 L3 + L4 + L5 L3 L3 L3 + + + L4 L4 L4 + + + L5 L5 L5 Lesson 3 Content Management Architecture L=Learning Object +=Narrative Thread
  6. 6. IMPLICATIONS FOR PROGRAM PLANNERS AND STAFF 1. Need for higher levels of instructional design knowledge among program planners and staff 2. Desirability of “owning” content 3. Need to determine authorization discipline for the repository—who can add, change, view, use, download, etc. 4. Modularity
  7. 7. DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION AT slideshare.net/garymatkin/cms 2016

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