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2 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Choosing E-Learning The purpose of this lesson is to help you explore design capabilities associated with programming E-Learning in Microsoft Powerpoint. Get Started

3 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. What is E-Learning? Learner-Centric Distributed Electronically Interactive A Simulation of Reality Skill Focused Reference Beyond Initial Experience Learning When & Where You Need it All of the Above Consider the options & click the light bulb for answer(s) Effective E-Learning is… E-Learning is one of many valuable learning distribution options that get results. E-Learning is one of many valuable learning distribution options that get results. Next

4 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. When E-Learning? Click the push pins below for answers What are the Best Conditions for self-directed E? When simulating reality as close to the point of application as possible is the best way to achieve retention. When simulating reality as close to the point of application as possible is the best way to achieve retention. When learning objectives can be met through self- directed methods of exploration and interaction. When a learner must be at his or her work station to dedicate time to learning. When learning can or needs to be achieved virtually. When human interaction is not essential to content retention Next

5 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. E-Learning Success Factors Engage Learner Focus Creative methods to keep the learner engaged throughout the experience Learner Focus Creative methods to keep the learner engaged throughout the experience Control Learner Control Enable the learner to control the pace and flow of the experience Learner Control Enable the learner to control the pace and flow of the experience Interact Learner Action Enable the learner to interact with and explore the lesson content Learner Action Enable the learner to interact with and explore the lesson content Simulate Learner Reality Creative learning experiences that simulate reality to increase application Learner Reality Creative learning experiences that simulate reality to increase application Measure Learner Skill Measure reactions and immediate level of retention to determine skill gain Learner Skill Measure reactions and immediate level of retention to determine skill gain Reinforce Learner Support Provide support and encouragement throughout learning to build confidence Learner Support Provide support and encouragement throughout learning to build confidence The most effective E-learning includes these elements: Click arrows for dropdown Next

6 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Readiness: Considerations When choosing E-learning as a distribution method People Exposure & Comfort: -Prior Access to E -Technical Skills & Comfort -Willing to Change -Tools to Change TechnologyProcess Learner System Capabilities: - -Website -Intranet -Sound Capabilities -Multimedia Card Distribution Options: - -Intranet/Internet -Website -Common Directory -CD ROM/DVD Your discovery process helps guide decisions about the right level of capability and complexity based on E- Readiness in your business. Click arrow for key points Next

7 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. More Complex E-Learning Design Tools Authoring tools compared to complexity & benefits Less Complex Benefits Less Complex Accessible & Easy to Edit Familiar to Most Learners Higher Level of Animation Smaller File Size Less Expensive Faster Development Less Complex Accessible & Easy to Edit Familiar to Most Learners Higher Level of Animation Smaller File Size Less Expensive Faster Development Benefits More Complex Web-Friendly Broad Design Capabilities Higher Level of Interactivity Compatible w/most Systems High Level of Expertise More Complex Web-Friendly Broad Design Capabilities Higher Level of Interactivity Compatible w/most Systems High Level of Expertise HTML Authoring Software such as Dreamweaver, Java Script, Flash, etc. Powerpoint Template-based Authoring Tools such as Lectora, Element K, Click to Learn, etc. Click bar for benefits Next

8 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. E-Learning Design Capabilities Six primary options for media in E-Learning ___________ Text Graphics Sound/Music Voice Animation Video Click arrows for answers Next

9 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. E-Learning Design Capabilities Success factors reinforced by elements of design Engage Interact Simulate Measure Reinforce Success Factors TextGraphics Sound/ Music VideoVoice Animation Elements of Design (Media) XXXXXX X XX X XXX X XX X X X X X X

10 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Media Selection Power Bandwidth Sound Text Music Graphics Video Animation Power to communicate vs. bandwidth required Voice Click the arrow to reveal media placement

11 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Media Size Considerations File Size TextGraphicsVoice AnimationVideo File sizes of various E-learning media Click anywhere to reveal relative media size

12 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Overview: Text Using text for effective learning Text visually supports content delivery and enables the learner to manage pace. Text can be effective as the only form of content delivery; however retention is greater when text is combined with other methods. Text Considerations Learner Literacy Learner Level of Education Level of Writing (i.e., 8 th Grade Level) Click here to start text Next

13 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Example: Text How much do you already know about E-Learning? E = Electronic Number of media sources Design Tools Why is control important? Bandwidth ______ requires the highest bandwidth. TrueFalse Pick highest programming complexity Powerpoint HTML Video Learner controls pace & flow X X Click anywhere to reveal answers Next

14 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Example: Text This is an example document. It could be a graphic, a Web page, a word-processing document, even a section of programming code. Click anywhere to experience text with close up emphasis Next

15 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Overview: Graphics Type of graphic should link to the target audience FormalInformal Graphics are a great way to visually enhance any content. They create interest and illustrate key messages. Note: Animated graphics with constant motion can be distracting. Next

16 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Example: Graphics This is what I have to say on the subject. And this is what I have to say. Well, I see things a bit differently. Do not listen to them. Only I speak the truth. Multi-person Commentary Click here to start dialogue Next

17 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Example: Graphics Training Department What you say: We delivered 15,000 student- days of training. We served 25,000 sugar doughnuts and 38,000 cups of coffee. What they hear: There goes my bonus! What business are they in? Executive management committee Next Demonstratioin of dialogue & thought

18 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Milestone 2 Example: Graphics Milestone 3 Task 2 Milestone 1 Waiting period Milestone 6 Milestone 4 Task 5 Jun Task 1 Task 3 Waiting period Graphics to display a timeline or project plan JulAugSepOctNovDecJanFebMarAprMayJun Milestone 5 Click here to show activity Next

19 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Example: Sound & Music Sound 1 Sound 2 Sound 3 Sound 4 Sound 5 Sound with multiple choice demonstration Sound enhances learning by bringing text and graphics to life. Sound can be used to: Engage Add Clarity Demonstrate Simulate Practice Skills Note: Users must have a sound card to access voice/music/sound Click anywhere to test sounds Next

20 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Example: Voice Mavis Sam Eric Betty Voice is a great way to simulate human interactions without the use of video. It can also be a productive choice for: Instructions Observations Narration Re-enactment Note: Users must have a sound card to access voice/music/sound Click arrows for customer commentary Next

21 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Overview: Animation Using animation to visually support learning Animation creates interactivity and dialogue to reinforce learning. Animation can be used to: Engage Provide Control Stage Content Simulate Measure Results Reinforce Skills Animation creates interactivity and dialogue to reinforce learning. Animation can be used to: Engage Provide Control Stage Content Simulate Measure Results Reinforce Skills Next

22 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Simulate interaction between a person & product/system The question- answering machine Example: Animation How do I …? No problem. Heres how …. This is more complex than I realized. May I suggest some case studies? Im still not sure I understand. Would you like me to page a human advisor? Click each arrow below for dialogue Next

23 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Example: Animation Simulate text on a computer screen, form or program Gizmotonics training All About Gizmotonics Introduction Setting up Configuring Basic operations Advanced operations Customizing (14 hours to complete) Start Customize Test question 7 of 27 Which tools are needed to localize Gizmotonics for Mandarin Chinese? Character-set control Localization menu Font control Customization add-on Security tool Next Just what you need to know Localizing Gizmotonics for Asia Configuring network security Advanced Gizmotonics operations (3 hours to complete) Start Click either button to get started Next

24 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Offer Addition Learning Catch People Making Errors Focus on Motivation Observe & Coach Behaviors Send Out a Survey Example: Animation Customer: What should I do if people are not applying new skills after a learning event? Click to select the best answer: Click Next

25 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Example: Animation How many times do adult learners need to be exposed to information to fully retain it? 30 Times AB 1 Time 5 Times3 Times CD Click here for options Answer Next

26 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Example: Animation Assessing a customer service statement. ___________ Thats not my job. Productive Try Again This statement is unproductive and needs to be rephrased Try Again This statement is unproductive and needs to be rephrased Unproductive Correct! How would you rephrase this statement to make it productive? Correct! How would you rephrase this statement to make it productive? How would you re-write this employee statement? Employee says: Is this statement productive or unproductive? Next

27 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Example: Video Click photo to view You may experience a slight delay Video is a great way to simulate effective or ineffective interactions. It can also be a productive choice for: Physical Orientation Demonstrations Product Reviews Electronic Tutorials Note: Users must have multi-media capabilities to access video Next

28 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Summary Learner-Centric Distributed Electronically Interactive A Simulation of Reality Skill Focused Reference Beyond Initial Experience Learning When & Where You Need it All of the Above Effective E-Learning is… Contact us for more information on building Custom E-lessons for you! Contact us for more information on building Custom E-lessons for you! Next

29 © 2007 Aspire Consulting, Inc. | All rights reserved. Choosing E-Learning Our goal is to help you make informed choices about capabilities when adding Self-Directed E to your learning strategy. Finish


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