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OutlineOutline
Welcome
Agenda
Warm – Up
◦ Introductions
Content
Warm - UpWarm - Up
Access to
Information
Warm - UpWarm - Up
Learning Moments
Warm - UpWarm - Up
Rules
Warm - UpWarm - Up
Perception
Audience
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Rules
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WHAT IS SOCIALWHAT IS SOCIAL
MEDIA?MEDIA?
What is Social Media?What is Social Media?
Definition?
◦ Content Produced by the Public
◦ Tools used to get Content out
...
WHY SOCIAL MEDIA INWHY SOCIAL MEDIA IN
TRAINING?TRAINING?
Why Social Media in Training?Why Social Media in Training?
What can it do?
◦ Dissolves the barrier between the learners a...
WHICHWHICH TOOLTOOL ANDAND
CHOOSING WHICH ONECHOOSING WHICH ONE
TO USE ANDTO USE AND WHENWHEN??
Which Tool and Choosing whichWhich Tool and Choosing which
One to Use and When?One to Use and When?
Microblogging
Commun...
GETTING STARTEDGETTING STARTED
WITH SOCIAL MEDIAWITH SOCIAL MEDIA
Getting Started with Social MediaGetting Started with Social Media
See handout…
Main points?
◦ Lots of facilitation from...
DISADVANTAGES ORDISADVANTAGES OR
ISSUES?ISSUES?
Disadvantages or Issues?Disadvantages or Issues?
Motivation
Learning curves
Audiences
Don’t focus on the tool
Manage ...
SummarySummary??
Better transfer of learning
More engagement
Growth of a learning community
Support of informal learni...
WHAT IS SOCIALWHAT IS SOCIAL
LEARNING?LEARNING?
What is Social Learning?What is Social Learning?
What is learning?
◦ Learning encompasses retention and transfer
of new i...
What is Social Learning?What is Social Learning?
Issues of learning in organizations?
◦ Making it relevant
◦ Recognizing ...
What is Social Learning?What is Social Learning?
Definition:
◦ Watching and talking with and living alongside
one another...
WHAT’STHEWHAT’STHE DIFFERENCEDIFFERENCE
BETWEENBETWEEN
REGULAR/TRADITIONAL/REGULAR/TRADITIONAL/
FORMALFORMAL ANDAND SOCIAL...
What’s the Difference BetweenWhat’s the Difference Between
Regular/Traditional/FormalRegular/Traditional/Formal andand
Soc...
WHAT DOES SOCIALWHAT DOES SOCIAL
LEARNING LOOK LIKE?LEARNING LOOK LIKE?
What Does Social LearningWhat Does Social Learning
Look Like?Look Like?
LEARNING
SOCIAL LEARNING:SOCIAL LEARNING:
“HOWTO DOTHINGS”“HOWTO DOTHINGS”
VERSUSVERSUS “HOWTO GET“HOWTO GET
THINGS DONE”THINGS DON...
Social Learning:Social Learning: “how to do things”“how to do things”
VersusVersus “how to get things done”“how to get thi...
WHAT’STHE FUTURE?WHAT’STHE FUTURE?
What’s The Future?What’s The Future?
Technologies changing
Use same skills with new tools
Trainers need to learn how to...
Questions Or Comments?Questions Or Comments?
ThankYou!
Credit: Jane Bozarth
The Role of Social Media in the Instructional Design Process for Learning and Development Programs
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Agenda
1. What is social media?
2. Why social media in training?
3. Which tool and choosing which one to use and when?
4. Getting started with social media
5. Disadvantages or issues?
6. What is social learning?
7. What’s the difference between regular/traditional/formal and social learning?
8. What does social learning look like?
9. Social learning: “how to do things” versus “how to get things done”
10. What’s the future?

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The Role of Social Media in the Instructional Design Process for Learning and Development Programs

  1. 1. OutlineOutline Welcome Agenda Warm – Up ◦ Introductions Content
  2. 2. Warm - UpWarm - Up Access to Information
  3. 3. Warm - UpWarm - Up Learning Moments
  4. 4. Warm - UpWarm - Up Rules
  5. 5. Warm - UpWarm - Up Perception
  6. 6. Audience
  7. 7. P r o d u c t i v i t y
  8. 8. Rules
  9. 9. Focusing on the Tools
  10. 10. A c c e s s
  11. 11. P r o d u c t i v i t y
  12. 12. WHAT IS SOCIALWHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA?MEDIA?
  13. 13. What is Social Media?What is Social Media? Definition? ◦ Content Produced by the Public ◦ Tools used to get Content out What’s the difference between this media and media 10 years ago? •Static •Not Interactive V.S . •Changing/Sharing •Collaborative
  14. 14. WHY SOCIAL MEDIA INWHY SOCIAL MEDIA IN TRAINING?TRAINING?
  15. 15. Why Social Media in Training?Why Social Media in Training? What can it do? ◦ Dissolves the barrier between the learners and the instructor ◦ Continuing conversations ◦ Goes beyond the classroom ◦ Supports communities of learners ◦ Meet learners where they are ◦ Can help learners be aware of their own learning process ◦ Additional support for new learning ◦ Helps the training department in informal learning
  16. 16. WHICHWHICH TOOLTOOL ANDAND CHOOSING WHICH ONECHOOSING WHICH ONE TO USE ANDTO USE AND WHENWHEN??
  17. 17. Which Tool and Choosing whichWhich Tool and Choosing which One to Use and When?One to Use and When? Microblogging Communities Collaborative Editing Journaling Other tools? When to use them? ◦ Fit Instructional Goals ◦ Know your Audience
  18. 18. GETTING STARTEDGETTING STARTED WITH SOCIAL MEDIAWITH SOCIAL MEDIA
  19. 19. Getting Started with Social MediaGetting Started with Social Media See handout… Main points? ◦ Lots of facilitation from the trainer ◦ Making learners work together ◦ Provide practice opportunities ◦ Make it painless and positive for them ◦ Walk the talk
  20. 20. DISADVANTAGES ORDISADVANTAGES OR ISSUES?ISSUES?
  21. 21. Disadvantages or Issues?Disadvantages or Issues? Motivation Learning curves Audiences Don’t focus on the tool Manage change
  22. 22. SummarySummary?? Better transfer of learning More engagement Growth of a learning community Support of informal learning
  23. 23. WHAT IS SOCIALWHAT IS SOCIAL LEARNING?LEARNING?
  24. 24. What is Social Learning?What is Social Learning? What is learning? ◦ Learning encompasses retention and transfer of new information, regardless of how its gathered
  25. 25. What is Social Learning?What is Social Learning? Issues of learning in organizations? ◦ Making it relevant ◦ Recognizing when learning is happening
  26. 26. What is Social Learning?What is Social Learning? Definition: ◦ Watching and talking with and living alongside one another ◦ Can’t learn by yourself ◦ With the learner in mind
  27. 27. WHAT’STHEWHAT’STHE DIFFERENCEDIFFERENCE BETWEENBETWEEN REGULAR/TRADITIONAL/REGULAR/TRADITIONAL/ FORMALFORMAL ANDAND SOCIALSOCIAL LEARNING?LEARNING?
  28. 28. What’s the Difference BetweenWhat’s the Difference Between Regular/Traditional/FormalRegular/Traditional/Formal andand SocialSocial Learning?Learning? What does regular/traditional/formal learning look like?
  29. 29. WHAT DOES SOCIALWHAT DOES SOCIAL LEARNING LOOK LIKE?LEARNING LOOK LIKE?
  30. 30. What Does Social LearningWhat Does Social Learning Look Like?Look Like? LEARNING
  31. 31. SOCIAL LEARNING:SOCIAL LEARNING: “HOWTO DOTHINGS”“HOWTO DOTHINGS” VERSUSVERSUS “HOWTO GET“HOWTO GET THINGS DONE”THINGS DONE”
  32. 32. Social Learning:Social Learning: “how to do things”“how to do things” VersusVersus “how to get things done”“how to get things done” Formal training = ? ◦ “How to do things” In between formal training = ? ◦ How to get things done”
  33. 33. WHAT’STHE FUTURE?WHAT’STHE FUTURE?
  34. 34. What’s The Future?What’s The Future? Technologies changing Use same skills with new tools Trainers need to learn how to get things done to relate to employees Shorter formal events, spaced further apart More involvement of trainers in between formal events
  35. 35. Questions Or Comments?Questions Or Comments? ThankYou! Credit: Jane Bozarth

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