Proposed Design & Layout
for
Management Plan:
Selection & Evaluation
(Forman, 2013a, 2013b, 2013c)

Needs Analysis:
• Determine LMS
• Collaborating wit...
Management Plan: LMS
Implementation
Extended Team (EXTERNAL)-e.g.
trainers, instructional
designers, managers, administrat...
1

2
3
4
5
6
LMS Configuration
(adapted from Forman, 2013b)
•User info
•Courseware
•Shareable
Content
Object
Reference
Model (SCORM)
what data to
migrate ?

common
cartridge

•Increa...
Testing for Acceptance
Test all areas of the LMS…
Procedures…
Policies…
Milestones…
Pearson eCollege: Access to Virtual
Campus & Course
Pearson eCollege:
Discussion Board

(Hartnell, n.d.)
Pearson eCollege: DropBox

(Hartnell, n.d.)
Pearson eCollege: Gradebook
Pearson eCollege:
“Cloud” based
compilation of any number of
computers connected through a
real-time communication
network...
External User support

• Access to eCollege technical support
• Dedicated representative assigned by zip
code for full sup...
Operational Locations
Access Rights
“The permissions that are
granted to a user, or to an
application, to read, write
and erase files in the
com...
 Administrator
 Manager

 Instructor
 Student
* with permission of the department chair

Administrator

Manager

Instructor

Student

Course Home
(Syllabus,

Read, Writ...
References
• Foreman, S. (2013a). Five steps to evaluate and select an LMS: Proven
practices. Retrieved from
http://www.le...
IX564 (Team-C) Unit-4 (Wiki)
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  • Created management teams:Core team (internal)-e.g. project managers, specialists, team leaderExtended team (external)-e.g. trainers, instructional designers, managers, administratorsEstimated length of time using cloud technology= 3-6 months (Forman, 2013b)
  • Utilize Pearson eCollege project planning templateLMS configuration (e.g. training personnel, profiles & demographics, domains, security, catalog of courses, curriculum, assessments, evaluations, reports and notification functions) (adapted from Forman, 2013b)System integration (e.g. combining university accounts, confirm compliance & licensing requirements, use of portals, involve both IT and Pearson teams)Stages of data migration (e.g. user, courseware, adaptation of SCORM, common cartridge, web2.0, authorization of content, collaboration, outcome reporting) (Gonzales-Barbone & Anido-Rifon, 2009)Testing (e.g. test all areas of LMS, procedures & policies)Opening system for live performance (e.g. notification of all parties involved, contingency plans, preparing helpdesk, maintenance, backup for unexpected problems)
  • LMS configuration (e.g. training personnel, profiles & demographics, domains, security, catalog of courses, curriculum, assessments, evaluations, reports and notification functions) (adapted from Forman, 2013b)
  • System integration (e.g. combining university accounts, confirm compliance & licensing requirements, use of portals, involve both IT and Pearson teams)
  • Stages of data migration (e.g. user, courseware, adaptation of SCORM, common cartridge, web2.0, authorization of content, collaboration, outcome reporting) (Gonzales-Barbone & Anido-Rifon, 2009)
  • Testing (e.g. test all areas of LMS, procedures & policies)
  • Opening system for live performance (e.g. notification of all parties involved, contingency plans, preparing helpdesk, maintenance, backup for unexpected problems)
  • IX564 (Team-C) Unit-4 (Wiki)

    1. 1. Proposed Design & Layout for
    2. 2. Management Plan: Selection & Evaluation (Forman, 2013a, 2013b, 2013c) Needs Analysis: • Determine LMS • Collaborating with administration, IT, instructional designers, faculty 3 Requirements needed: 1. Overall functions 2. Technological requirements (infrastructure) 3. Staying on budget Product Evaluation: • Scalability • Security • Support • Ability to support both online & hybrid courses • Within budget
    3. 3. Management Plan: LMS Implementation Extended Team (EXTERNAL)-e.g. trainers, instructional designers, managers, administrators Estimated length of time using cloud technology 3-6 months (Forman, 2013b) Core Team (INTERNAL)-e.g. project managers, specialists, team leader)
    4. 4. 1 2 3 4 5 6
    5. 5. LMS Configuration (adapted from Forman, 2013b)
    6. 6. •User info •Courseware •Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) what data to migrate ? common cartridge •Increased levels of assessment •Authorization of content •Collaboration •Outcome reporting •Course data •Transcripts web 2.0 (Gonzales-Barbone & Anido-Rifon, 2009)
    7. 7. Testing for Acceptance Test all areas of the LMS… Procedures… Policies… Milestones…
    8. 8. Pearson eCollege: Access to Virtual Campus & Course
    9. 9. Pearson eCollege: Discussion Board (Hartnell, n.d.)
    10. 10. Pearson eCollege: DropBox (Hartnell, n.d.)
    11. 11. Pearson eCollege: Gradebook
    12. 12. Pearson eCollege: “Cloud” based compilation of any number of computers connected through a real-time communication network such as the Internet
    13. 13. External User support • Access to eCollege technical support • Dedicated representative assigned by zip code for full support of system usage
    14. 14. Operational Locations
    15. 15. Access Rights “The permissions that are granted to a user, or to an application, to read, write and erase files in the computer. Access rights can be tied to a particular client or server, to folders within that machine or to specific programs and data files” (PCMag, n.d.).
    16. 16.  Administrator  Manager  Instructor  Student
    17. 17. * with permission of the department chair Administrator Manager Instructor Student Course Home (Syllabus, Read, Write, Erase Read, Write, Erase Read, Write*, Erase* Read Modules (Discussions, Tests, Learning Space, etc.,) Read, Write, Erase Read, Write, Erase Read, Write*, Erase* Read Gradebook Read, Write, Erase Read, Write, Erase Read, Write*, Erase* Read Email Read, Write, Erase Read, Write, Erase Read, Write*, Erase* Read Share Read, Write, Erase Read, Write, Erase Read, Write*, Erase* Read Live Read, Write, Erase Read, Write, Erase Read, Write*, Erase* Read Doc Sharing Read, Write, Erase Read, Write, Erase Read, Write*, Erase* Read Dropbox Read, Write, Erase Read, Write, Erase Read, Write*, Erase* Read Journal Read, Write, Erase Read, Write, Erase Read, Write*, Erase* Read Webliography Read, Write, Erase Read, Write, Erase Read, Write*, Erase* Read
    18. 18. References • Foreman, S. (2013a). Five steps to evaluate and select an LMS: Proven practices. Retrieved from http://www.learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/1181/five-steps-toevaluate-and-select-an-lms-proven-practices • Foreman, S. (2013b). Six steps for successful LMS implementation(part 1 of 2). Retrieved http://www.learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/1214/thesix-proven-steps-for-successful-lms-implementation-part-one • Foreman, S. (2013c). Six steps for successful LMS implementation (part 2 of 2). Retrieved http://www.learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/1217/thesix-proven-steps-for-successful-lms-implementation-part-two • Gonzalez- Barbone, V., & Anido-Rifon, L. (2009). From SCORM to common cartridge: A step forward. Computers & Education, 54, 88-102. Doi: 10.1016/j.compedu.2009.07.009 • Hartnell, J. (n.d.). Internet Literacy Class Orientation. Retrieved from http://www.hartnell.edu/library/interlit/orientation

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