Instructional Design for the Social Media Revolution

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Guide for utilizing Social Media for Instructional Designers.



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Instructional Design for the Social Media Revolution:

Instructional Design for the Social Media Revolution Vincent E. Flango

Learning Technology Evolution:

Page 2 1980s Personal Computers Education Software 1990s Internet Access Online Learning 2000s Gaming and Desktop Simulation 2010s Mobile Devices Social Media Learning Technology Evolution

Hype Cycle:

Page 3 Hype Cycle Internet Learning: Plateau of Productivity Desktop Simulation: Slope of Enlightenment Social Media: Peak of Inflated Expectations

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Page 4 Jane Hart – Social Media for Trainers A technology that allows people to share (experiences or resources) or collaborate (in many different ways)

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Page 5 Innovation and learning come in between “real” work Productive people collaborate and communicate How about the carpenter who blamed his tools? Misperception of Social Media Could Cause Embarrassment Trivial/Time Waster Tools don’t cause embarrassment Information is more accurate in venues that share peer to peer and people are held accountable

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Page 6 Data sensitive organizations use Social Media CIA’s Intellipedia hugely successful How about the carpenter who blamed his tools? Misperception of Social Media Can‘t be used for training.... Unsecure Can reach trainees during critical informal learning time In most cases it supplements, does not replace, training

A Few To Check Out:

Page 7 A Few To Check Out Custom Platform Facebook LinkedIn Foursquare Google+ Tools Hundreds of sites: Social Collaboration Social Networking Social Bookmarking Microblogging Communication Twitter Yammer Delicious Stumbleupon Skype GoToMeeting Communicator YouTube Izzui Podcast Instagram / Flickr Wikispace Dimdim Sharepoint Edublog Ning Elgg Own Creations ( SabreTown )

Social Media in Learning:

Page 8 Social Media in Learning Two key factors: Resources Other People People do this regardless; provide a controlled forum. Real learning takes place in between formal training. (“Over the cube” informal learning) Provides the support needed at the critical time to transfer the formal training to the practical training. Why? Informal learning

Social Media in Learning:

Page 9 Social Media in Learning Respond to misperceptions. Give good examples. Start small. Provide a secure place. Integrate social media into formal training initiatives. Set up a pilot program. Don't allow restrictions on content. How?

Building Networks/Community:

Page 10 Building Networks/Community Determine if the learner has adequate resources Social media can be set up as a resource. Several options: Use established platform Utilize open-source social networking software Create customized solution Can be moderated or maintained Collaborative forums File sharing Provide tools, support Needs Assessment

Building Networks/Community:

Page 11 Building Networks/Community Set up Group Page Pre-course activities Intermission activities Post-course continuation Evaluation of training Instructor-Led Training

Building Networks/Community:

Page 12 Building Networks/Community Online courses can include collaboration and discussion formats Structured Unstructured Post-course continuation Record of learner activity Online Training

Creating Content - Wiki:

Page 13 Creating Content - Wiki Course assignments User-provided resources User-provided FAQs Online Training

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Page 14 Best practices Performance Aid Instructor-Led Training Class page Creating Content - Wiki

Creating Content – Audio and Visual:

Page 15 Creating Content – Audio and Visual Performance Aid/Courseware: Integration With proper infrastructure, it can ensure best learning Benefits those who are auditory/visual learners Easy to create (also easy to find and share) Formal Integrated into curriculum Required Informal Supplemental help Share content

Creating Content – Audio and Visual:

Page 16 Creating Content – Audio and Visual Performance Aid/Courseware: Stand-alone Creation of own video library of training Screencast creation Select video-hosting website Opportunity to utilize social media network

Improving Productivity:

Page 17 Improving Productivity On the Job Find participants for studies Locate Subject Matter Experts Collaboration Brainstorming Communicating

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Page 18 Thank You