Choosing YourDevelopment Methods March 10, 2011
Your Presenters       • Julie Brink, viaLearning          – Director of eLearning       • Moderator: Nic McMahon          ...
Today’s AgendaCurrent training trendsPlatform options for development  •   e-Learning  •   Mobile  •   Virtual instructor-...
What’s new?Current trendsto Health Literacy statistics     Introduction and market
Trends and statistics• U.S. organizations spent $125.88 billion on  employee training and development in 2009  – Approxima...
4.6                                             Billion                                               Mobile phone for    ...
4.6 Billion in PerspectiveSource: http://communities-dominate.blogs.com/brands/2007/01/putting_27_bill.html   http://commu...
Platform options   for developmentIntroduction to Health Literacy
Articulate• Add interactivity     Benefits  and narration to      Shorter development than Flash                        En...
Captivate                           Benefits                           Shorter development than Flash• Create, deliver and...
Adobe Presenter                       Benefits• Flash-based          Familiar interface (PowerPoint)  presentations and   ...
Other Rapid Tools• Brainshark                  • LMS Products• Lectora                  • Others…• Atlantic Link
Adobe® FlashWhat is it?Rich internet application that offers high interactivityand action.• Custom development for specifi...
Flash
FlashBenefits                         Drawbacks• Browser and OS independent     • Text extraction can be• Design elements ...
ProprietaryBenefits              Systems Built for your specific needsCons Expensive to build Can be time- intensive to tr...
MobileIntroduction to Health Literacy
Mobile is here to stay• People use smartphones approximately 30% of  time to make calls• The Middle East and Africa will h...
How mLearning is used• Performance support• General job performance support• JIT information• Informal training• Takes lea...
In Action
mLearning development challenges Primary inhibitors in the buying mLearning   segments are: • A plethora of rapidly-evolvi...
Virtual ILTIntroduction to Health Literacy
Differences• Webinars: information-only sessions  that can accommodate a large  audience• V-ILT: live interactive session ...
What is V-ILT?• Emerging trend in the training field• Provides the strengths of ILT with  convenience and cost-savings of ...
• Inexpensive                 • No face-to-face                                interaction• Wide distribution             ...
Making them better• Use annotation tools—  highlighting, pointer,  whiteboard, etc.• Allow 2-way communication  and live f...
Blended LearningIntroduction to Health Literacy
What is it?A blend of multiple delivery methods, like…  – Wikis                   – Intelligent agents  – Multiplayer onli...
Goals• Cost reduction• Increase reach and volume• Keep pace with rapid changes in  training curriculum and technology• Mor...
Challenges• Learning new technology• Expecting learners to adapt to  blended learning• Obtaining support from management• ...
Decisions, decisions        Considerations to   Introduction to Health Literacychoosing your training methods
Considerations• Budget• Internal resource availability• Audience size• Learning goals• Course complexity• Timeline• Outcom...
SummaryCurrent trendsPlatform options for development  e-Learning  Mobile  Virtual instructor-led  BlendedHow to De...
Thank you for attending!For more information please contact us:•   info@vialearning.com•   www.vialearning.com•   twitter....
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The training industry is evolving quickly, and there are now more ways than ever to train your clients, sales force and employees. It's no longer a matter of what text you should include in a PowerPoint and e-Learning is now the expectation rather than the exception. Content and tools for delivery are now equally important. For every training course, there are myriad ways to develop and deliver that message, across a variety of budgets, time constraints and diverse audiences.

Join us for this webinar to learn more about the development platforms typically used in e-Learning builds, and find which tool is right for your needs and whether it is one tool or multiple tools, platforms and delivery methods. Discover different approaches to training – including various tools for use in web, mobile, social and instructor-led training programs.

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  1. 1. Choosing YourDevelopment Methods March 10, 2011
  2. 2. Your Presenters • Julie Brink, viaLearning – Director of eLearning • Moderator: Nic McMahon – VP of global Solutions
  3. 3. Today’s AgendaCurrent training trendsPlatform options for development • e-Learning • Mobile • Virtual instructor-led • BlendedHow to decideQ&A
  4. 4. What’s new?Current trendsto Health Literacy statistics Introduction and market
  5. 5. Trends and statistics• U.S. organizations spent $125.88 billion on employee training and development in 2009 – Approximately $27.1 billion of that was spent on e-learning products and services.• Training expenditures increasing *ASTD
  6. 6. 4.6 Billion Mobile phone for half the planet.Flickr photo by Pingnews: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pingnews/370061022/
  7. 7. 4.6 Billion in PerspectiveSource: http://communities-dominate.blogs.com/brands/2007/01/putting_27_bill.html http://communities-dominate.blogs.com/brands/2008/01/when-there-is-a.html http://www.communities-dominate.blogs.com/brands/2008/12/trillion-with-a.html
  8. 8. Platform options for developmentIntroduction to Health Literacy
  9. 9. Articulate• Add interactivity Benefits and narration to Shorter development than Flash Engage activities PowerPoint slides Familiar-- PowerPoint interface• Outputs a .swf file Embed Flash objects for posting on any Web server or LMS Not the best for No software simulation or screen• Creates SCORM capturing and AICC- Branching is limited and not as user-friendly as other tools compliant content
  10. 10. Captivate Benefits Shorter development than Flash• Create, deliver and Efficient workflow between multiple maintain SCORM- and products AICC-compliant Screen recording e-Learning content Branching development• Best rapid development Built-in quizmaking tool of… Master slides/master objects Online review tools  Software Twitter integration (Captivate 5) demonstrations Interface similar to Adobe’s Creative  Interactive Suite simulations Track user scores without an LMS  Branching scenarios Not the best for Highly engaging Flash interactivities  Quizzes
  11. 11. Adobe Presenter Benefits• Flash-based Familiar interface (PowerPoint) presentations and AICC, SCORM 1.2, and SCORM 2004 self-paced courses compliant Build reusable layouts & assets with narration and Downsides interactivity • Needs multiple products to take full advantage• Outputs a PDF – Interactivity from Captivate from a URL—no – Integrate with Connect Pro to software make e-Learning • Image and font issues when downloads published
  12. 12. Other Rapid Tools• Brainshark • LMS Products• Lectora • Others…• Atlantic Link
  13. 13. Adobe® FlashWhat is it?Rich internet application that offers high interactivityand action.• Custom development for specific interactions, movement, animations, etc.• Supported by 98% of Web browsers — operating system and browser independent.• Great for video• Not easily used by untrained individuals
  14. 14. Flash
  15. 15. FlashBenefits Drawbacks• Browser and OS independent • Text extraction can be• Design elements are highly challenging engaging, interactive • Time• Games typically easy to • Cost use/launch • Need developer skill• Video doesnt require an OS- • Most Flash applications dependent plugin and websites can be very• Program to collect data and large and slow download most things that server-side • Minimal support on Apple scripts can do. products
  16. 16. ProprietaryBenefits Systems Built for your specific needsCons Expensive to build Can be time- intensive to train people on
  17. 17. MobileIntroduction to Health Literacy
  18. 18. Mobile is here to stay• People use smartphones approximately 30% of time to make calls• The Middle East and Africa will have the strongest mobile data traffic growth of any region at 129%• There will be nearly one mobile device per person by 2015.• The US market for Mobile Learning products and services reached $632.2 million in 2009. Will grow to $14 billion by 2014.
  19. 19. How mLearning is used• Performance support• General job performance support• JIT information• Informal training• Takes learning full circle• Gives learner immediate feedback
  20. 20. In Action
  21. 21. mLearning development challenges Primary inhibitors in the buying mLearning segments are: • A plethora of rapidly-evolving devices • Competing operating systems • New technologies enabling new classes of applications • LMS reporting • Incompatible development platforms • Non-standard mobile Web browsers
  22. 22. Virtual ILTIntroduction to Health Literacy
  23. 23. Differences• Webinars: information-only sessions that can accommodate a large audience• V-ILT: live interactive session with smaller audience.• Both formats can result in a ‘recorded training session’
  24. 24. What is V-ILT?• Emerging trend in the training field• Provides the strengths of ILT with convenience and cost-savings of eLearning• Content delivered by an instructor to facilitate conversation and training
  25. 25. • Inexpensive • No face-to-face interaction• Wide distribution • Smaller audience means• Two-way communication you may need to do and live feedback more sessions• Convenient: take at • Without interactive home, on the road, in the elements, V-ILT courses office can easily result in• Best leverage of peer-to- “Death by PowerPoint” peer learning besides classroom
  26. 26. Making them better• Use annotation tools— highlighting, pointer, whiteboard, etc.• Allow 2-way communication and live feedback• Tighten the content- smaller chunks or hour-long talkfest?
  27. 27. Blended LearningIntroduction to Health Literacy
  28. 28. What is it?A blend of multiple delivery methods, like… – Wikis – Intelligent agents – Multiplayer online – Wireless gaming technologies – Weblogs (i.e., blogs) – Mobile devices and online diaries – Webcasting and – eBooks video streaming – Pod casting – Online simulations – V-ILT – Digital libraries and content repositories – e-Learning
  29. 29. Goals• Cost reduction• Increase reach and volume• Keep pace with rapid changes in training curriculum and technology• More engaging learning environments
  30. 30. Challenges• Learning new technology• Expecting learners to adapt to blended learning• Obtaining support from management• Finding sufficient resources• Multiple languages for global audience
  31. 31. Decisions, decisions Considerations to Introduction to Health Literacychoosing your training methods
  32. 32. Considerations• Budget• Internal resource availability• Audience size• Learning goals• Course complexity• Timeline• Outcome expectations• Reporting
  33. 33. SummaryCurrent trendsPlatform options for development e-Learning Mobile Virtual instructor-led BlendedHow to Decide
  34. 34. Thank you for attending!For more information please contact us:• info@vialearning.com• www.vialearning.com• twitter.com/vialearning• http://vialearning.com/blog/

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