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Proposal © 2006 Corporate Intranet Click here to Login Welcome NYU Spring 2006 - Y75.1010-001 - Instructional Systems Design Matthew P. Carbone – April 29 th 2006 Intranet Software Development Life Cycle (iSDLC) Project - Phase I
© 2006 Corporate Portal2 This presentation, proposes education and training as a solution to address the need to improve the Global Intranet managements standard operating procedures that include requests for service, communications and managing stakeholder expectations. Project BackgroundPurpose
© 2006 Corporate Portal3 Problems that need be addressed: Managing a mission critical worldwide Intranet, in reactive mode The need for policies, processes, procedures and governance Managing stakeholder expectations Securing Business Partner Access Project BackgroundProblems/Need
© 2006 Corporate Portal4 Proposed Learning Solution: A problem-based learning system that allows the Intranet Management group to address issues by using learn by doing activities based on real life situations. Learning ObjectiveSolution
© 2006 Corporate Portal5 Learning objectives: Understanding of the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Recognizing procedures and processes that manage the Intranet Identify the roles and responsibilities of the management team Learning ObjectiveSolution
© 2006 Corporate Portal6 Identification of targeted learners: The Global Information Technology (GIT) managers, administrators, web developers, content managers (site mangers), network engineers and security administration. In phase 1, the Global Intranet Management (GIM) Group, which is part of GIT will be the targeted learners, other functional groups will follow in future phases. It should be noted that only Phase 1, will be presented in this presentation. Targeted LearnersScope
© 2006 Corporate Portal7 The proposed system will support two use cases/roles: 1. Administrator – add/manage sessions 2. Learners – attend sessions SystemUser Scenarios First we will walkthrough a prototype showing how the administrator, sets up a session. Later.. how the learner views the system.
© 2006 Corporate Portal8 Intranet LoginWelcome Name: Password: Login Matt Carbone ********* Help | Feedback | Forgot your password? The instructor will login as the administrator and tour the system.
© 2006 Corporate Portal9 My e-Learnings Course Listing Course Listing | Help | Feedback | Add Session | Tools | Exit Edit You are logged in as Matt Carbone Navigation: Help: provides info about his page Feedback: links to an Intranet feedback form Administration Add session discussed next… Tools links to external system references, for example, discussion forums Exit: exits the system
© 2006 Corporate Portal10 You are logged in as Matt Carbone My e-Learnings Course Listing Course Listing | Help | Feedback | Add Session | Tools | Exit 1.Click here to add a new session 2.Click here to edit an existing session You are logged in as Matt Carbone Edit
© 2006 Corporate Portal11 Administration Session Management Session Management | Help | Home | Exit Intranet SDLC Session 3 Navigation: Help: provides info about his page Home: goes back to the prior page Exit: exits the system Administrator: Matt Carbone The administrator can use these fields to establish a date, time, start, stop and cancel a session.
© 2006 Corporate Portal12 My e-Learnings Course Listing Course Listing | Help | Feedback | Add Session | Tools | Exit Edit Session 3 was added and Session 1 was edited and set to active Active You are logged in as Matt Carbone
© 2006 Corporate Portal13 The proposed system will support two use cases/roles: 1. Administrator – add/manage sessions 2. Learners – attend sessions SystemUser Scenarios Next we will walkthrough a prototype to see how a learner, views a class session.
© 2006 Corporate Portal14 Intranet LoginWelcome Name: Password: Login Learner 1 ********* Help | Feedback | Forgot your password? Now! The learner will login and give us a tour of the system.
© 2006 Corporate Portal15 My e-Learnings Course Listing Course Listing | Help | Feedback | Tools | Exit Active Navigation: Same common links as the administrator You are logged in as Learner 1
© 2006 Corporate Portal16 My e-Learnings Course Listing Course Listing | Help | Feedback | Tools | Exit Click! Active You are logged in as Learner 1
© 2006 Corporate Portal17 My e-Learnings Welcome Course: el-100 – Intranet SDLC Session 1 Instructor: Matt Carbone Introduction: This course will help Information Technology members to manage end user expectations and increase departmental, and individual performance. Syllabus & Course Objectives Start Session Student: Learner 1 Welcome | Home | Help | Feedback | Tools | Exit The learner can view the syllabus that was prepared by the instructor or start the session.
© 2006 Corporate Portal18 My e-Learnings El-100 Session Student: Learner 1 Session 1 | Home | Help | Feedback | Tools | Exit Syllabus & Course Objectives Objectives: After completing this course, students will be able to: Recognize different types of software development life cycles methodologies Recognize various strategies to achieve higher level of performance managing software Gain a general understanding in modifying methodologies for use within your specific area of work Attendance is required for all sessions Page 1 of 7 The buttons at the bottom of the page are for next and previous page viewing*. * The tools link also has a printable/download version. Click Home to return to the prior page.
© 2006 Corporate Portal19 My e-Learnings Welcome Course: el-100 – Intranet SDLC Session 1 Instructor: Matt Carbone Introduction: This course will help Information Technology members to manage end user expectations and increase departmental, and individual performance. Syllabus & Course Objectives Start Session Student: Learner 1 Welcome | Home | Help | Feedback | Tools | Exit Any questions so far? … … Lets start the session!
© 2006 Corporate Portal20 My e-Learnings Web Conference After the initial splash page, the learner may need to login to the session again, if the course is offered on the extranet.
© 2006 Corporate Portal21 My e-Learnings Web Conference In the next few slides, you will view a quick tour of the system. For the actual system, a full tour explaining how each part of the system operates is recommended, including, for example, context sensitive help - links within the system and guides for both the administrator and the learner.
© 2006 Corporate Portal22 My e-Learnings Web Conference 1. Session page showing the students attending the session. 2. The instructor selects an option to share their desktop, which can be a link to an e-Learning website, class presentation or activity.
© 2006 Corporate Portal23 My e-Learnings Web Conference This is what the session looks like to the Learner. The corporate web conferencing session can be customized by the learner, for example, full screen view.
© 2006 Corporate Portal24 My e-Learnings El-100 Session 3 5 Navigation Class Material: PowerPoint presentation published in Articulate format. Breeze format looks similar. This is what the session looks like to the Instructor. To communicate (chat) with students, the instructor has to switch to the web conference class session.
© 2006 Corporate Portal25 My e-Learnings El-100 Session 3 5 Instructor: Matt Carbone Hello Class! After the session the Instructor, can upload the original PowerPoint to the tools section of the site, to allow students to download the learning material. As an option the Instructor can post the Articulate format to the tools section of the site; and depending on the instructor, Articulate can also contain pre-recorded audio to simulate playback.
© 2006 Corporate Portal26 My e-Learnings Session 1 Demo http://www.journeysoft.com/IntranetSDLC-session1/player.html Live Demo! This demo shows a prototype of the actual e-learning content system shown by the instructor during a class session
© 2006 Corporate Portal27 My e-Learnings Web Conference After the session the learner and the administrator can close the session window by clicking on the X box…
© 2006 Corporate Portal28 My e-Learnings Course Listing Course Listing | Help | Feedback | Add Session | Tools | Exit Edit You are logged in as Matt Carbone closed After the class the instructor (the administrator), officially closes the session. After closing the session 1 window, the instructor and the learner will be returned back to this page that has access to common links, for example, tools and exit.
© 2006 Corporate Portal29 My e-Learnings Summary I hope you will support this proposed learning system for the Global Intranet Management team. In addition, to solving the business need in phase 1 -- the proposed system, can also support future education and training needs. Click here to Sign-off
© 2006 Corporate Portal30 My e-Learnings Thank you Q&A Thank you, for your attendance today and for your time.
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