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Preparing for Next Generation eLearning - Part II - Social Learning & DIY

Presentation discusses the challenges and opportunities that organisations are facing in moving to the next generation of eLearning. We discuss Social Learning & DIY in Part II.

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Preparing for Next Generation eLearning - Part II - Social Learning & DIY

  1. 1. PREPARING FOR NEXT GENERATION OF eLEARNING PART 2 AMIT Garg @gargamit100 JAMES Rasmussen @ JimRasmussen4 JEEVAN Joshi @jeevesj
  2. 2. 200 Clients In 13 Countries Established In 2004 US India Australia UK Middle East New Zealand Nigeria Kenya Singapore South Africa Venezuela
  3. 3. Our Learning Solutions Custom eLearning Custom mLearning
  4. 4. 30+ Awards & Recognitions Winner of eLearning Team of Winner of a Silver award in CLO magazine's 'Learning In Practice Awards 2011' for UpsideLMS UpsideLMS listed as one of the 'Five Emerging LMSs to Watch' in CLO Magazine ('10) Winner of 8 Apex Awards of Excellence (‘14, '11, '09, '08 & '07) Winner of 12 Brandon Hall Excellence Awards (‘12, '11, '10 & '09) UpsideLMS featured in the '2010 Top 20 Learning Portal Companies List' and '2011, 2012 & 2013 Watch List‘ by TrainingIndustry.com Winner of Red Herring 100 Asia Award in 2008 & finalist in Red Herring Global 100 ('09) Winner in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2008 & 2009 program, and Fast 50 India 2008 program The Year 2013 Featured in Training Industry's 2014 Content Development Watch List
  5. 5. Clients
  6. 6. Presenters Amit Garg Co-Founder & Director, Upside Learning Solutions James Rasmussen Area VP Sales - Americas, Upside Learning Solutions Jeevan Joshi Director Client Solutions - Asia Pacific, Upside Learning Solutions
  7. 7. Quick Recap Topics covered in the first session: Responsive eLearning Tin Can
  8. 8. Agenda Integrating Social Learning Do It Yourself (DIY) eLearning Q&A
  10. 10. Are you using Social Learning in your workplace? Yes No Poll
  11. 11. Are you using Social Media tools in your workplace? Yes No Poll
  12. 12. What is Social Learning?
  13. 13. Social Learning Theory "Learning would be exceedingly laborious, not to mention hazardous, if people had to rely solely on the effects of their own actions to inform them what to do. Fortunately, most human behavior is learned observationally through modeling: from observing others one forms an idea of how new behaviors are performed, and on later occasions this coded information serves as a guide for action." Albert Bandura Social Learning Theory, 1977
  14. 14. Social Learning Theory Image credit: http://blog.lib.umn.edu/paldr001/myblog/2011/10/observational-learning-simple-yet-powerful.html
  15. 15. What is Social Learning? Participating with others to make sense of new ideas Marcia Conner Natural continuous process of learning with and from others Jane Hart, Social Learning Handbook
  16. 16. What is Social Learning? Social Media can enable social learning Use of social media tools does not guarantee social learning
  17. 17. Why Social Learning?
  18. 18. Why Social Learning? 70:20:10 LEARNING MODEL 70% 20% 10% On the job EXPERIENCE Mentoring & Coaching Classroom, Courses, & Reading http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/media/70-20-10.html
  19. 19. Why Social Learning? http://www.slideshare.net/jbersin/21st-century-talent-management-the-new-ways-companies-hire-engage-and-lead
  20. 20. Why Social Learning? Millenials are coming 2/3 Internet access over car Source – Cisco 2011 connected world technology report 3/10 Working remotely 3/5 Accept lower paying job if they had more flexibility to choose devices, social media access, and mobility
  21. 21. Why Social Learning? Key benefits Increased knowledge sharing Greater engagement Less email Improved productivity Reduced travel costs Source – A Pulse on Social Learning: HCM Group
  22. 22. What is Informal Learning?
  23. 23. What is Informal Learning? Informal learning is the unofficial, unscheduled, impromptu way most of us learn to do our jobs. Informal learning is like riding a bicycle: the rider chooses the destination and the route. The cyclist can take a detour at a moment’s notice to admire the scenery or help a fellow rider. Formal learning is like riding a bus: the driver decides where the bus is going; the passengers are along for the ride. People new to the territory often ride the bus before hopping on the bike.
  24. 24. What is Informal Learning? Team - working and learning together Personal - reading, listening, watching, sharing, connecting Cohort – learning with others on a course Individual eg taking a self-study self-paced course, e-learning Individual Social Formal Informal http://strategic-hcm.blogspot.in/2011/12/integrating-formal-informal-and-social.html https://www.timetag.tv/learningtechnologies/play/18220 Social Collaboration Work & project teams Communities of Practice Social Training Learning communities
  25. 25. What is Informal Learning? http://www.slideshare.net/jbersin/mobile-and-informal-learning-trends-for-2012
  26. 26. Making it happen
  27. 27. Social Learning – Barriers to adoption Source – A Pulse on Social Learning: HCM Group
  28. 28. Making It Happen Have a purpose / problem to solve
  29. 29. Making It Happen Purpose / Objectives Increasing innovation or sales win rates Decreasing costs or improving productivity Reducing staff turnover Improving customer satisfaction
  30. 30. Making It Happen Have a purpose / problem to solve Support with tools
  31. 31. Making It Happen Social Learning Tools
  32. 32. Making It Happen Social Learning Tools
  33. 33. Making It Happen Social Learning Tools Source – A Pulse on Social Learning: HCM Group
  34. 34. Social Learning Tools Private Making It Happen Public More Control More Secure Customized Familiarity Less costs Access to external experts
  35. 35. Making It Happen Have a purpose / problem to solve Support with tools Set social media policies
  36. 36. Making It Happen Social Media Policies Socialmediagivernance.com/policies 3Rs at Telstra • Represent Yourself • Take Responsibility • Show Respect http://exchange.telstra.com.au/training/flip.html
  37. 37. Making It Happen Have a purpose / problem to solve Support with tools Set social media policies Content readiness
  38. 38. Making It Happen Content Readiness You will need content to start with Can rely on existing eLearning courses, documents, webinars, DIY content, etc. Can also think on user generated content (flip cams, training/instructions needed)
  39. 39. Making It Happen Have a purpose / problem to solve Support with tools Set social media policies Content readiness Encourage participation
  40. 40. Making It Happen Encourage Participation Evangelize, reward, Campaigns (formalizing the informal culture ) Curation responsibility Remember not everyone contributes
  41. 41. Making It Happen Have a purpose / problem to solve Support with tools Set social media policies Content readiness Encourage participation, Analytics
  42. 42. Making It Happen Analytics Not just usage but business drivers – 2000 comments is not always better than 1000 comments Success is easiest to measure of project based social learning initiatives – like improving a process
  43. 43. Making It Happen Have a purpose / problem to solve Support with tools Set social media policies Content readiness Encourage participation, Analytics Build culture
  44. 44. Making It Happen Build Culture Daily Routine Narration of work (Jane Hart) Seek Sense Share (Harold Jarche)
  45. 45. Making It Happen Have a purpose / problem to solve Support with tools Set social media policies Content readiness Encourage participation, Analytics Build culture
  46. 46. 2 Golds for Blended or Informal Learning 3 Silvers for Social Learning Technology
  48. 48. What can you eLearning DIY? DIY Course Development Rapid Content Development Tools Objects Simulations & Off the shelf Interactions Media Video Audio Graphics
  49. 49. Poll Do you DIY your eLearning ? Use rapid authoring tools to build courses. Record my own audio Record video Develop animation All (or most) of the above
  50. 50. Poll Why do you DIY eLearning ? My job role requires it I enjoy it We have limited budget It is faster All (or most) of the above
  51. 51. HR Outlook Oct 3013 CIDP
  52. 52. Budgets are reducing Learning and Talent Development, 2013 CIPD
  53. 53. How to make best of your budget Use technology-based learning applications Reduce the number of “nice to haves” ASTD Economic Survival Guide Pool learning related resources
  54. 54. What do you give up ? Time Required High Quality Reduced Cost
  55. 55. Poll Would you compromise on quality ? Yes – To reduce costs Yes – To save time No Depends on the situation
  56. 56. Case for DIY Video http://www.youtube.com/yt/press/statistics.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy4atr80Gao 1 billion unique visits each month 6 billion hours video watched every month 100 hours of video uploaded every hour Mobile makes up almost 40% watch time
  57. 57. User Cases Using for learning Extra material for self-paced learning Multi-lingual education Support to walking tours of workplaces for training induction or specific instruction. Share video recordings of guest speakers from remote locations Instructional training material for trades Record face to face sessions for absent learners Support learners with literacy and/or other learning difficulties http://flexiblelearning.net.au/plan-and-deliver/design-e-learning/gallery/video-sharing/
  58. 58. Equipment Reference : Andrew Hannan
  59. 59. The Shoot Choosing The space Framing Lighting Recording Reference : Andrew Hannan
  60. 60. The Edit Suite Less is more - Simple is best Reference : Andrew Hannan
  61. 61. Example THE BAD THE GOOD Reference : Andrew Hannan
  62. 62. DIY Approach Analysis Design Develop Implement Evaluate Needs Evaluate Analysis Get Technical Specifications Storyboard and script Produces Video & Adds Interactivity Incorporate in courses Storyboard and script Shoot Video Incorporate in courses You External Expert
  63. 63. Cost Heads Actors Video Producer Studio Production – Audio *& Video Equipment Software
  64. 64. Cost Heads Actors • Get someone in your team to act Video Producer • Shoot it yourself Studio • Indentify internal resources Production – Audio & Video • Learn the skills Equipment • Use your camera or phone Software • Use free software
  65. 65. Three approaches Production Value Cost Time Professional Highest Highest Longest DIY Middle Middle Middle Home Video Approach Lowest Lowest Shortest
  66. 66. Poll Which DIY are you interested in ? Professional – use external vendors DIY Home video approach
  67. 67. DIY Approach Reduces costs using a mix of Your - time, skills & resources & External Expertise - Editing, interactivity To develop learning videos while maintaining the best possible effectiveness and learner engagement
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