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eTraining options for professionals

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eLearning/Blended Professional Development and Training :

e Learning/Bl e nded Professional Development and Training Presented by: Cheryl Capozzoli – Ed. Consultant /ISD Specialist ccapozzoli@caiu.org ccapozzoli13@gmail.com

eSsential Question:

e S sential Question How can e Learning strategies benefit organizational training needs and opportunities for employees to develop and expand new levels of knowledge and skills?

Motivation to Learn:

Motivation to L e arn Personal and Professional Drive Financial gains increase rudimentary tasks Employment advancements Motivation to develop more a dvanced s kills Autonomy - the desire to direct our own lives Mastery - the desire to continually improve at something that matters Purpose - the desire to do things in service of something larger than ourselves http://youtu.be/u6XAPnuFjJc (D. Pink, 2005)

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Who are Today’s Learners? What are Today’s Required Skills? What is the best way to reach them?

Rationale for eLearning:

Rationale for e Learning Why? Outdated or ineffective training strategies Expenses and costs Self directed autonomous - Learner centered Increased personalized and authentic learning More to do with less time and $$ Just-in-Time or Job Embedded DIY Options Increases motivation – includes more learning styles

Content and Experiences:

Content and Experiences What? New training needs Identify intended performance tasks and learning outcomes Content is essential – SME!!! Personalization to meet the organizational and learner needs Learning through senses – see/hear/touch Levels of interactivity Media displays - visuals , audio, print …

Time Management:

Time Management When and Where? Timetable for project – Training goal deadlines Timely - Ongoing – Cohort based Annual r equired trainings - HR Mandated Job embedded Online software (LMS) Hardware/Software specific Mobile/Site based/On Campus

eLearning Management Systems:

e Learning Management Systems How? Roles of Learner – Passive vs. Active? synchronous/asynchronous Web Based – Learning Management Systems(LMS) Webinars Video Conference Live Chats/Forums Face-to-Face Blended Options Simulations

Perceptions of eLearning:

Perceptions of e Learning Fear new ways of Learning NOT Valuable or quality training F lexible and efficient methodology to develop the employees’ skills and knowledge M ore affordable, and ubiquitous D rive down the cost of reproduction and dissemination of materials E mphasis focuses on quality of the content and learning experience that students receive

ISD Model for eLearning:

ISD Model for e Learning Increased importance of planning & design Instructional Systems Design ( ADDIE ) Model Analysis – Organizational needs assessment Design – Personalization, SME Develop – When, where, and how Implement – Instructor or self directed… Evaluate – M onitor effectiveness and ROI

eLearner Expectations:

e Learner Expectations Setting learner expectations Roles? Active participation – quantity vs. quality Tracking of time and tasks Completion requirements Certifications for new skills and training completion Rewards for participation Mozilla Open Badges

eTips Getting Started:

e Tips Getting Started Start small – pilot and field test Solicit volunteer participation Experiment – attempt informal learning first Ease staff/learners in gently (Veterans, GenX&Yers ) Survey staff - learn current digital knowledge, skill and use (blogs, wikis, webinars, social platforms, mobile devices) Consider simple less complex tools user friendly with ease of access and control – premade samples Provide blended and cooperative options Make professional/emotional connections – use humor Collect participant feedback

Social Media for Collaborative eLearning:

Social M e dia for Collaborative e Learning Consider leveraging Social Media for professional learning and purposeful engagement. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Pintrest Google+ Blogs Wikis

Learning Management Systems and eTools:

Learning Management Systems and e Tools FOSS Moodle Openelms Udutu Youtube Channel Vyew Skype Google+ Apps /Hangouts/Circles OLI – Carnegie Mellon Univ. Second Life - Virtual World Fee Based GoToTraining Articulate Docebo Woople TechSmith Adobe Learning Suite Knowledge Guru Lynda.com

Sample Free eLearning (DIY):

Sample Free e Learning (DIY) Goodwill Community Foundation – A++++ Atomic Training Udacity Open Education Database Skills Pages P2PU MOOCs Coursera

eLearning Resources:

e Learning Resources eLearning Developers Journal eLearning Guild ISD Framework Learning Solutions Magazine Learning Solutions Conference Free eLearning Authoring Tools Recommendations from the Field

eSsential Question:

e S sential Question How can e Learning strategies benefit organizational training needs and opportunities for employees to develop and expand new levels of knowledge and skills?

Thank You for Your Time!:

Thank You for Your Time! Consultation Opportunities Cheryl Capozzoli ccapozzoli@caiu.org 717-732-8400 Ext. 8521 Find me at Web20Guru.com

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