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1 WEB- BASED TRAINING Chapter 4 Virginija Limanauskiene, KTU, Lithuania

2 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 2 Objectives To provide participants with the understanding of the e-learning role in new economics To give the knowledge and know-how to design the powerful training To give skills to create the web-based training classroom or course

3 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 3 Contents 1. E-Learning 2. Tools 3. Powerful Training 4. Planning and Design 5. Production 6. Online Learner Assessment 7. Implementation (case study) 8. Course Evaluation

4 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 4 E-Learning. Use of Educational Technologies The layered framework integrates a bottom-up view of information technology usage and a top-down view of education. E

5 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 5 E-Learning. Delivery The delivery is the transmission of educational materials between learners, teachers and providers. The technologies supported delivery of material are: CD-ROMs, computer networking Internet Media Information technology supports these types of physical media: text, 2-D, 3-D graphics, animation, digital audio digital video, virtual reality

6 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 6 E-Learning. Communication modes PLACE SameDifferent TIMESameLectures in classroom Synchronous communication: audio/video conferences DifferentDepository of the digital documents (hypertext, multimedia). Authors updates documents continualy. Asynchronous approaches to communication: , ing lists, on- line bulletin boards, Internet newsgroups.

7 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 7 Tools Viewing tools Development tools: Common web-publishing tools Integrated distributed learning environments ( multimedia information presentation, collaboration tools, management tools)

8 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 8 Powerful Training E. training accomplishes specific objectives relevant to participants' success. E. training meets those objectives without wasting time and energy. E. training attracts and involves learners and incorporates their experience into the learning. Four components required for effective instruction: 1. Information presentation 2. Learner Guidance 3. Practice with Feedback 4. Learning Assessment

9 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 9 CASE STUDY: Content of the course package Web based services for learner: Online learning material Online learning material Online learner assessment Online learner assessment Tutoring Tutoring Case studies Case studies Discussions and chat Discussions and chat

10 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 10 CASE STUDY: The Media and Learning Tools Used Original on-line Web-based learning environment is used Virtual classroom is based on the dynamic course content publishing using CGI Main parts: a library, administrators room, teachers room, students room, café Three languages is supported ( English, Estonian, Lithuanian)

11 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 11 Design Process 1. Analysis (planning): project plan, needs assessment, audience analysis,content/ task analysis,technical analysis and authoring/media tools selection, set learning goals and structure 2. Design: learning objectives,instructional strategies and lesson designs,interaction design and media treatments, evaluation design 3. Production and Pilot testing : media production/ sourcing programming/ coding, authoring and integration of media elements, pilot testing (field trials) and revision as needed 4. Implementation: students learning, reporting 5. Evaluation: learning and effectiveness evaluations

12 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 12 Planning and Design. Presentation structure and storage structure

13 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 13 Planning and Design. Hierarchical Structure of information

14 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 14 Planning and Design. Storage structure

15 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 15 Planning and Design. Structure considerations

16 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 16 CASE STUDY: The students premises of web-based classroom.

17 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 17 Production Multimedia production: Pictures Sounds Animation Video Virtial reality Example of simulation created with Macromedia Flash

18 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 18 Online Learner Assessment. Test example

19 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 19 Online learner assessment. Example of Test Tool interface The learners manipulate with the multimedia objects and create learner-generated answers.

20 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 20 CASE STUDY: Test tool

21 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 21 The Web-Based System in Action The server is a computer The server holds information (learning material) and directs communication Client is the program (browser, ) Student use the client program to ask the server for information Student and teacher use the network to connect to the server

22 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 22 CASE STUDY: Test Creation

23 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 23 CASE STUDY: Test edition

24 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 24 CASE STUDY: Course Administration Each student belongs to some group during course delivery tour Students group is attributed to some teacher (tutor) For the course management administrators tools are used Site services (Guides, information about modules, registration for the course, contact information) are available

25 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 25 CASE STUDY: Learners Registration

26 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 26 CASE STUDY: Tutoring The course requires tutoring. Tutors (teachers) must be trained. The tutor has a responsibility to guide a learning of the one group. Teacher uses the tools: for learning material loading into library for course content adaptation for group test preparation in portfolio test adaptation for group test assignment for students' group

27 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 27 Evaluation Types of system evaluation The platform and software used The effectiveness The impact of a learning system on educators and students The efficiency The usability The quality of the system Three simple questions: 1. What worked for you? 2. What did not work well for you? 3. Give three suggestions for improvement.

28 Web- Based Training Web- Based Training Chapter 4. Slide 28 Resources Hall, Brandon E-Learning: Building Competitive Advantage Through People And Technology. McCormack, Collin and Jones, David Building Web-Based Education System. John Wiley & Sons, Inc Example of Web- based distance education course Example of multimedia test tool


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