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E-learning Trends


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E-learning Trends

  1. 1. The Shortcomings of E-learning 1.0 and the Emerging Possibilities of E-learning 2.0<br />Gary Wooddill<br />
  2. 2. E-learning providers <br />Claim effectiveness, savings and transformations<br />68% would not voluntarily sign up for courses<br />30% refuses to sign up even if compulsory<br />50/80% never finish the course<br />
  3. 3. Problems in E-learning providers<br />Lack of analysis of the problem or need<br />Poor structure, methods and media used<br />Lack of detailed instructional design<br />Problems in production, reproduction and distribution <br />Focus in technology not on instructional design<br />Misunderstanding <br />
  4. 4. Problems in E-learning providers 2<br />Lack of instructional activities that engage the mind of the learners<br />Lack of understanding of learning and teaching processes<br />Lack of understanding the possibilities of world-wide collaboration<br />The failure in deliver an innovate e-learning technology<br />
  5. 5. The future of Web 2.0<br />We are in the beginning of a revolutionary moment in learning<br />Web 2.0 empowers individuals to follow their owns ways<br />Corporate training classrooms into the workplace<br />Collaborative work among learners in virtual classrooms<br />
  6. 6. The future of E-learning <br />Create effective methods of teaching to the online environment understanding new and creatives uses of technology.<br />The content needs to be place in context and needs to be adapted to the learning abilities, interests, and level of previous knowledge.<br />Draw educational content from a wide variety of sources in many different formats, geared to the individual needs of learners.<br />