E-Learning Trends 2011

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E-Learning Trends 2011

  1. 1. Why the future is not what it wasSteve RaysonSteve Lowenthal Trends in E-learning 2011
  2. 2. About Kineo200 staff globallyOffices in US, UK, China, Sweden, New Zealand, South Africa &Israel, opening in AustraliaISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accreditedVarious awards including E-Learning Company of the YearOur focus is on working with large corporate organisationsWe design and deliver learning platforms and content
  3. 3. Our Clients
  4. 4. Trend 1 – Immersive/tactile design
  5. 5. E-learning Content Visual Richness Innovative Design ApproachesSophisticated scenarios Design Styles
  6. 6. Learning Management Systems Rich portal,immersive designs
  7. 7. What do these e-learningmodules have in common?
  8. 8. DesignArt directionLearning designCreativityTool capabilities
  9. 9. DesignArt directionLearning designCreativityTool capabilities
  10. 10. DesignArt directionLearning designCreativityTool capabilities
  11. 11. Design
  12. 12. All built with Captivate and Articulate
  13. 13. Trend 2 – Rapid E-Learning Comes of Age
  14. 14. Real World ChallengesSpeed – Bersin, 89% need solutions in 3 weeksChange - Stuff happens, need for flexibilitySMEs – Limited access, empowermentEase of Use -Limited time to develop complex skill sets
  15. 15. What do internal teams need? More for Less Control SpeedPressure on budgets Edit modules Meet speed of Lower cost blends Create new modules business demands Flexible supplier Ease of use Replicable models working Templates & Assets
  16. 16. JustPowerpoint No Design Rapid E-learning Myths Tool Does Everything Can’t Do Scenarios
  17. 17. Articulate • Desktop, ppt plugin, easy to useLectora/Storyline • Desktop tool, more complex but more controlMohive/Coursebuilder • Server based, complex but maintenance much easier, expensive
  18. 18. Trend 3 – Open Source and Free
  19. 19. Which LMS Am I?Development team 130+ active developerssizeCustomer base 46,000+ registered sites serving 32m users 545 registered sites with over 5,000 users 50 registered sites with over 50,000 users Open University: 4,700 courses and 607,000 usersLocalisation 75+ language packs availablePopularity 160,000+ downloads per month 875,000 registered community users Community growing at 1,800 users per day 40,000 active on the community site each month
  20. 20. “Moodle™ is ranked as the #1 LMS productamong eLearning Guild members with over 24% of respondents selecting it as their primary LMS.”
  21. 21. Totara is a custom distribution of Moodle with thefollowing enhancements for corporates: • Individual development plans • Sophisticated search • Classroom management • Dashboard reporting • Team management • Manager reporting • Competency management • Hierarchy management • Learning paths • HR system integration
  22. 22. Totara & Moodle ClientsTesco - the UK’s largest private sector employerPAZ - the largest energy company in IsraelBMI healthcare - UK’s number 1 private hospital groupNike – major retailerVictim Support - Serving over 70 locations in New ZealandMichelin – for all dealers in ChinaTimberland – Major retailer
  23. 23. Trend 4 – Mobile Learning
  24. 24. Growth ofSmartphones
  25. 25. Types of content :• performance support• quizzes/assessment• videos• stories with audioFast changing area
  26. 26. Types of content :• performance support• quizzes/assessment• videos• stories with audioFast changing area
  27. 27. Native apps popular but platformspecificCan use cross platformdevelopment tools eg PhoneGap orTitanium or othersCan use existing tools eg Adobe,Articulate, LectoraAre native apps the way to go?
  28. 28. Native Apps Smooth, easy to install, easy to monetise, easy to promote, can access phone functions eg cameraWeb Apps No need to get App store consent, download from url, cross platform, many html improvements, still some issues eg cache space
  29. 29. Trend 5 – Collaborative, Social Learning
  30. 30. M-Learning: An Introduction to Mobile Learning – Clark Quinn, Quinnovation
  31. 31. M-Learning: An Introduction to Mobile Learning – Clark Quinn, Quinnovation
  32. 32. Trend 1 – Rich contentTrend 2 – Rapid contentTrend 3 – Open source & FreeTrend 4 – Mobile LearningTrend 5 – Collaborative, Social Learning
  33. 33. Portal style LMSOpen sourceLicence free Rich, tactile content Built with rapid tools Accessed via multiple devices Collaborative & social learning
  34. 34. Thank YouQuestions?

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