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Digital e-learning tools: what's out there?Digital e-learning tools: what's out there?
February 18February 18thth
20152015
ACPET - Vic Government
e-learning Program 2011
Thanks to
ACPET now only
Kryptonite can
stop me and my
RTO!!!!
Thanks to
AC...
Agenda
• Tools to create self paced learning content, create and
share audio and video and Interactive PDF’s and
PowerPoin...
http://www.nmc.org/horizon-project
Horizon
report
2014
http://www.nmc.org/horizon-project
Horizon
report
2015
http://www.gartner.com/technology/research/hype-cycles/
Gartner
Hype
Cycles
http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/
Top 100 tools
http://elearningindustry.comeLearning Industry
Emerging Trends
• Flipped classroom,
• Augmented reality,
• MOOCs Gamification.
• Horizon report
• 70 20 10
• Blended Lear...
Flipped Classroom
Video/Flipped Classroom
Platforms
Platform
Activities
Interaction
YouTube
Vimeo
iTunes U
Kalthura
Webinar
70:20:10
70% of learning comes from
on-the-job experiences
20% comes from people such
as mentors, managers and
peers
10% c...
70:20:10
http://www.internettime.com/2013/04/50-suggestions-for-implementing-70-20-10-5/
Formal V Informal Learning Implications
http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/blog/2011/12/06/5-stages-of-workplace-learning-revisited/ht...
SCORM
The SCORM standard makes
sure that all e-learning content
and LMSs can work with each other:
Tin Can
http://tincanapi.com/overview/
http://www.coursera.org
Inside a MOOC
https://peerwise.cs.auckland.ac.nz
Peerwise
Social Media
Photo Credi thttp://www.flickr.com/photos/57567419@N00/7496669132/
Social Media Features
• Profile
• Friends/Connections
• Discussions/Comments
• Sharing within &
between social
networks
• ...
Blogging
•Word Press
•Blogger
•Moodle OUA Blog
•Wiki spaces
Blogging - WordPress
Self Hosted on a domain you buySelf Hosted on a domain you buy
Downloaded from wordpress.org & instal...
Blogging - WordPress
Gamification
http://www.gamification.org/wiki/Gamification
Gamification
The Engagement Economy
How gamification is reshaping businesses
http://www.deloitte.com
Open Badges
http://www.openbadges.org/
Augmented reality
URL too long! We’ll supply you
What’s a use for Social Media?
Engagement –Engagement
Delivery Design Choices
Face to Face Self Paced
Online
Facilitated
Content
Activities
Assessment
Straw Poll
A I have no blended learning experience
B I have some blended learning experience
C I have extensive blended le...
Course Content
Tools to create self paced learning content, create and
share audio and video and Interactive PDF’s and
Pow...
Content V Facilitation
Content V Facilitation
Learning by
creating
resources with
other learners
Discussion based
activities
(problems, what
ifs ...
Types of Content “Context”
• Textbook or “Reference” style
(job aids, online support or help)
Static – Just in Time
• Cour...
Content Type How used
Information Background, process, policy,
procedure,
Demonstration Show Information
Case Study Contex...
PowerPoint, iSpring & simple
interactivity
Articulate Storyline
http://www.articulate.com/products/storyline-overview.php
Captivate
http://www.adobe.com/au/products/captivate.html
Camtasia
Photo Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7149027@N07/6066027411
CC: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2...
Why?
• Compliance
• Scenarios
• Decision
making trees
• Course Content
• Assessment
• Guided readings
• RPL
Vet Commons
http://eworks.edu.au/vetcommons
OER Commons
https://www.oercommons.org
Content – Buy, Find or Build?
Communicating/Facilitating
Communicating with learners online using discussion
forums
Discussion Principles
• Activities need to be linked
to Assessment
• Trainers need to monitor
and actively moderate
• RTOS...
Social Enterprise Tool
• Text
• Chat
• File Sharing
https://www.yammer.com/
Yammer
Yammer
Facebook and Twitter
Audio “Voice” Boards
• Wimba
Podcaster/Voice
Board
• VoiceThread
• Voxopop
Voice Thread
• http://voicethread.com/share/3334956/
Voxopop http://www.voxopop.com/group/489f1612-c1b4-
4601-86db-1b49ebd0d9a5
Managing Social Media
Hootsuite Buffer
Why?
•Link to assessment
•Informal learning support
•Base on participants sharing experiences & prior
knowledge – “learner...
The best fit for discussions?
Webinar tools
Open Source Webinar Tool
• Text
• Chat
• Presentation
• Recording when integrated with Moodle
http://www.bigbluebutton.org...
Big Blue Button
Google Hangouts
www.google.com/+/learnmore/hangouts
Voice over internet communication tool
• Text and Voice Chat
• Skype to Phone
• Group calls
• Application Sharing (pro)
ht...
Skype
Commercial Applications
Up front or subscription
• Adobe Connect
• Wiz IQ
• Go To Webinar
• Blackboard Collaborate
Why Webinars?
• Group research projects
• Q&A of industry experts/past learners
• Online lecture
• Assessment task pitch &...
The best fit for webinars?
Assessment submission
Free Web 2 & Mobile tools to enable quick content
development and to encourage learners to respond t...
• Evidence Capture
• Voice – Text – Video – Images
• Student, 3rd
Party, Assessor
• How much evidence is enough?
• Skills ...
• Knowledge retrieval and application
• Problem Solving
• Scenario driven
• Quiz based but can track users
interaction wit...
• Knowledge and Skills
• Group problems
• Application to workplace
• Learner’s stories
• Contributes to formative assessme...
• Share experiences
• Wiki/LMS/Social Media
• Industry Knowledge
• Common issues
• Variety in the sector
• Private V Share...
• Develop a rubric with learners
• Check for mapping
• Distribute back to learners as marking
guide
• Rehearse the marking...
LMS –
Moodle example
LMS – Moodle example
•Decisions, Discussions, Blogs, Quizzes, Upload, Content
• Film learners/third party/supervisor
demonstrations
• Ensure learner speaks to camera to
describe what they have done, j...
iMovie
Premiere Elements
Audacity
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
Picasa
http://picasa.google.com.au
Canva https://www.canva.com
Ease.ly http://www.easel.ly
Video and Audio Capture
•iMovie and
YouTube
•FIRE / Voice Memo
•Soundcloud
•Visual evidence (Camera Phone)
•Documented Evidence & Checklists
(Evernote, Writable PDFs)
•Phone Casting (iPadio)
•Group...
Applications
iAuditor
Evernote
Cloud Storage
You want to support video/image/audio evidence
of workplace skills assessments demonstrations
(eg traineeships, apprentice...
Organising Information
Photo Credi thttp://www.flickr.com/photos/57567419@N00/7496669132/
Can mobile evidence tools work?
Student productivity/digital literacy
Free Web 2 & Mobile tools to enable quick content
development and to encourage learners to respond to
assessment tasks usi...
Digital Literacy
Induction – ongoing learner skills
TechnicalTechnical
Time ManagementTime Management
CollaborativeCollaborative
Organising...
Student productivity
• Mail
• Calendar
• Documents
• Blogs (Blogger)
• Reader
• YouTube
http://mail.google.com
Google suite
Google suite
Group Website
• Share posts
• Share calendars in posts
• Add shared Documents
• Comments
http://sites.google.com
Google si...
Create and share documents
• Create documents, spreadsheets & excel in the Cloud
• Share and joint editing
• Download in v...
Google Drive
Google Drive
Google Drive
Organising Information - Aggregators
Reader
Blog
Blog
Blog
Tag
#
Category
Auto/
Manual
CaptureCapture CollateCollate Curat...
Readers and Feeders
Pinterest Pocket Feedly
Follow hundreds of blogs in one place
• Subscribe to Blogs
• Read posts
• Tag by topic
• Share with others
http://www.feed...
Feedly RSS reader
Create and share bookmarks
• Social bookmarking, web annotation, collaborative
research services,
• Capture a variety of d...
Pin webpages to “boards”
• Share with others
• Follow others boards
http://www.pinterest.com
Pinterest
Archive content from browser
• Tag
• Email
http://getpocket.com
Pocket
Social bookmarks - Diigo
https://www.diigo.com
Which tool right for my learners?
Photo Credi thttp://www.flickr.com/photos/57567419@N00/7496669132/
Face to Face
Purpose
...
Is there a place for student tools?
Presenter – Michael Gwyther
mick@yumstudio.com.au
@mickgwyther
http://www.facebook.com/michael.gwyther
http://www.linkedin...
Any Questions?
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  1. 1. Digital e-learning tools: what's out there?Digital e-learning tools: what's out there? February 18February 18thth 20152015
  2. 2. ACPET - Vic Government e-learning Program 2011 Thanks to ACPET now only Kryptonite can stop me and my RTO!!!! Thanks to ACPET now only Kryptonite can stop me and my RTO!!!!
  3. 3. Agenda • Tools to create self paced learning content, create and share audio and video and Interactive PDF’s and PowerPoint’s • Communicating with learners online using discussion forums and webinars. • Free Web 2 & Mobile tools to enable quick content development and to encourage learners to respond to assessment tasks using video, audio, images and text. • Emerging trends (flipped classroom, augmented reality and gamification.)
  4. 4. http://www.nmc.org/horizon-project Horizon report 2014
  5. 5. http://www.nmc.org/horizon-project Horizon report 2015
  6. 6. http://www.gartner.com/technology/research/hype-cycles/ Gartner Hype Cycles
  7. 7. http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/ Top 100 tools
  8. 8. http://elearningindustry.comeLearning Industry
  9. 9. Emerging Trends • Flipped classroom, • Augmented reality, • MOOCs Gamification. • Horizon report • 70 20 10 • Blended Learning
  10. 10. Flipped Classroom
  11. 11. Video/Flipped Classroom Platforms Platform Activities Interaction YouTube Vimeo iTunes U Kalthura Webinar
  12. 12. 70:20:10 70% of learning comes from on-the-job experiences 20% comes from people such as mentors, managers and peers 10% comes from formal courses and reading.
  13. 13. 70:20:10 http://www.internettime.com/2013/04/50-suggestions-for-implementing-70-20-10-5/
  14. 14. Formal V Informal Learning Implications http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/blog/2011/12/06/5-stages-of-workplace-learning-revisited/http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/blog/2011/12/06/5-stages-of-workplace-learning-revisited/
  15. 15. SCORM The SCORM standard makes sure that all e-learning content and LMSs can work with each other:
  16. 16. Tin Can http://tincanapi.com/overview/
  17. 17. http://www.coursera.org Inside a MOOC
  18. 18. https://peerwise.cs.auckland.ac.nz Peerwise
  19. 19. Social Media Photo Credi thttp://www.flickr.com/photos/57567419@N00/7496669132/
  20. 20. Social Media Features • Profile • Friends/Connections • Discussions/Comments • Sharing within & between social networks • Multimedia • Blogs
  21. 21. Blogging •Word Press •Blogger •Moodle OUA Blog •Wiki spaces
  22. 22. Blogging - WordPress Self Hosted on a domain you buySelf Hosted on a domain you buy Downloaded from wordpress.org & installed on your domainDownloaded from wordpress.org & installed on your domain Hosted by wordpress.comHosted by wordpress.com
  23. 23. Blogging - WordPress
  24. 24. Gamification http://www.gamification.org/wiki/Gamification
  25. 25. Gamification The Engagement Economy How gamification is reshaping businesses http://www.deloitte.com
  26. 26. Open Badges http://www.openbadges.org/
  27. 27. Augmented reality URL too long! We’ll supply you
  28. 28. What’s a use for Social Media?
  29. 29. Engagement –Engagement
  30. 30. Delivery Design Choices Face to Face Self Paced Online Facilitated Content Activities Assessment
  31. 31. Straw Poll A I have no blended learning experience B I have some blended learning experience C I have extensive blended learning experience
  32. 32. Course Content Tools to create self paced learning content, create and share audio and video and Interactive PDF’s and PowerPoint’s
  33. 33. Content V Facilitation
  34. 34. Content V Facilitation Learning by creating resources with other learners Discussion based activities (problems, what ifs etc.) Learners build content (glossary, databases, blogs) 3rd party social media tools to support Learning by creating resources with other learners Discussion based activities (problems, what ifs etc.) Learners build content (glossary, databases, blogs) 3rd party social media tools to support CONTENT DRIVEN COURSE Learning by engaging with resources at own pace Little/No access to other learners PDF, PPTs and URLs Video and Audio Self paced interaction (Case studies/Decision making Learning by engaging with resources at own pace Little/No access to other learners PDF, PPTs and URLs Video and Audio Self paced interaction (Case studies/Decision making FACILITATION DRIVEN COURSE
  35. 35. Types of Content “Context” • Textbook or “Reference” style (job aids, online support or help) Static – Just in Time • Courseware (Content & simple assessment) • Workplace /Interactive (case study/scenario/decision making tree) Interactive • Demonstration (simulation/screencast)
  36. 36. Content Type How used Information Background, process, policy, procedure, Demonstration Show Information Case Study Contextualise information and process using real life example Scenario Exploration of information and process using real life example Decision making tree Decision making applying information using real life example Problem Research decision making and information application to real life example Activity Types
  37. 37. PowerPoint, iSpring & simple interactivity
  38. 38. Articulate Storyline http://www.articulate.com/products/storyline-overview.php
  39. 39. Captivate http://www.adobe.com/au/products/captivate.html
  40. 40. Camtasia Photo Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7149027@N07/6066027411 CC: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/ http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
  41. 41. Why? • Compliance • Scenarios • Decision making trees • Course Content • Assessment • Guided readings • RPL
  42. 42. Vet Commons http://eworks.edu.au/vetcommons
  43. 43. OER Commons https://www.oercommons.org
  44. 44. Content – Buy, Find or Build?
  45. 45. Communicating/Facilitating Communicating with learners online using discussion forums
  46. 46. Discussion Principles • Activities need to be linked to Assessment • Trainers need to monitor and actively moderate • RTOS need to be able to access or archive for “evidence”
  47. 47. Social Enterprise Tool • Text • Chat • File Sharing https://www.yammer.com/ Yammer
  48. 48. Yammer
  49. 49. Facebook and Twitter
  50. 50. Audio “Voice” Boards • Wimba Podcaster/Voice Board • VoiceThread • Voxopop
  51. 51. Voice Thread • http://voicethread.com/share/3334956/
  52. 52. Voxopop http://www.voxopop.com/group/489f1612-c1b4- 4601-86db-1b49ebd0d9a5
  53. 53. Managing Social Media Hootsuite Buffer
  54. 54. Why? •Link to assessment •Informal learning support •Base on participants sharing experiences & prior knowledge – “learners stories” •Application to workplace or experience •Make pre readings short •Mix of problems, case studies, reflections •Commenting/Building on postings •Use to demonstrate employability skills •Track to determine contribution to group •Peer Review
  55. 55. The best fit for discussions?
  56. 56. Webinar tools
  57. 57. Open Source Webinar Tool • Text • Chat • Presentation • Recording when integrated with Moodle http://www.bigbluebutton.org/ Big Blue Button
  58. 58. Big Blue Button
  59. 59. Google Hangouts www.google.com/+/learnmore/hangouts
  60. 60. Voice over internet communication tool • Text and Voice Chat • Skype to Phone • Group calls • Application Sharing (pro) http://www.skype.com swampfox_mg Skype
  61. 61. Skype
  62. 62. Commercial Applications Up front or subscription • Adobe Connect • Wiz IQ • Go To Webinar • Blackboard Collaborate
  63. 63. Why Webinars? • Group research projects • Q&A of industry experts/past learners • Online lecture • Assessment task pitch & presentation • Peer Review of learners’ work • Role play • Group problem solving • Remote trainee/third party assessor catch up • Assessment verification and moderation • RPL
  64. 64. The best fit for webinars?
  65. 65. Assessment submission Free Web 2 & Mobile tools to enable quick content development and to encourage learners to respond to assessment tasks using video, audio, images and text.
  66. 66. • Evidence Capture • Voice – Text – Video – Images • Student, 3rd Party, Assessor • How much evidence is enough? • Skills & Knowledge • Supplementary evidence Mobile evidence
  67. 67. • Knowledge retrieval and application • Problem Solving • Scenario driven • Quiz based but can track users interaction with a process • Applying appropriate resources • Self paced or Group Decision making trees
  68. 68. • Knowledge and Skills • Group problems • Application to workplace • Learner’s stories • Contributes to formative assessment • Assessment carrot to ensure involvement Discussion and social learning
  69. 69. • Share experiences • Wiki/LMS/Social Media • Industry Knowledge • Common issues • Variety in the sector • Private V Shared • Ethics & Confidentiality • “Case Study” style assessment creates learning for subsequent learners Student placement
  70. 70. • Develop a rubric with learners • Check for mapping • Distribute back to learners as marking guide • Rehearse the marking guide • Conduct presentations (summative) • Collect peer review • Redraft and resubmit • Share and assess Peer Review
  71. 71. LMS – Moodle example
  72. 72. LMS – Moodle example •Decisions, Discussions, Blogs, Quizzes, Upload, Content
  73. 73. • Film learners/third party/supervisor demonstrations • Ensure learner speaks to camera to describe what they have done, job requirements, conditions and special aspects of job • Add to LMS as content • Learners view same job in variety of conditions and settings Demonstration as content
  74. 74. iMovie
  75. 75. Premiere Elements
  76. 76. Audacity http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
  77. 77. Picasa http://picasa.google.com.au
  78. 78. Canva https://www.canva.com
  79. 79. Ease.ly http://www.easel.ly
  80. 80. Video and Audio Capture •iMovie and YouTube •FIRE / Voice Memo •Soundcloud
  81. 81. •Visual evidence (Camera Phone) •Documented Evidence & Checklists (Evernote, Writable PDFs) •Phone Casting (iPadio) •Group Work verification (Wikis and Google Drive) Gathering evidence
  82. 82. Applications
  83. 83. iAuditor
  84. 84. Evernote
  85. 85. Cloud Storage
  86. 86. You want to support video/image/audio evidence of workplace skills assessments demonstrations (eg traineeships, apprenticeships, contracted training) •What do you need to consider and plan for? Demonstration Assessment Principles
  87. 87. Organising Information Photo Credi thttp://www.flickr.com/photos/57567419@N00/7496669132/
  88. 88. Can mobile evidence tools work?
  89. 89. Student productivity/digital literacy
  90. 90. Free Web 2 & Mobile tools to enable quick content development and to encourage learners to respond to assessment tasks using video, audio, images and text.
  91. 91. Digital Literacy
  92. 92. Induction – ongoing learner skills TechnicalTechnical Time ManagementTime Management CollaborativeCollaborative Organising InfoOrganising Info
  93. 93. Student productivity • Mail • Calendar • Documents • Blogs (Blogger) • Reader • YouTube http://mail.google.com Google suite
  94. 94. Google suite
  95. 95. Group Website • Share posts • Share calendars in posts • Add shared Documents • Comments http://sites.google.com Google sites/groups
  96. 96. Create and share documents • Create documents, spreadsheets & excel in the Cloud • Share and joint editing • Download in variety of formats • Embed into blogs, wikis, Moodle etc • Repository of files https://docs.google.com Google Drive
  97. 97. Google Drive
  98. 98. Google Drive
  99. 99. Google Drive
  100. 100. Organising Information - Aggregators Reader Blog Blog Blog Tag # Category Auto/ Manual CaptureCapture CollateCollate CurateCurate ShareShare
  101. 101. Readers and Feeders Pinterest Pocket Feedly
  102. 102. Follow hundreds of blogs in one place • Subscribe to Blogs • Read posts • Tag by topic • Share with others http://www.feedly.com Feedly RSS reader
  103. 103. Feedly RSS reader
  104. 104. Create and share bookmarks • Social bookmarking, web annotation, collaborative research services, • Capture a variety of data - screenshots, pictures, notes, etc • Share on mobile, read sites offline http://www.diigo.com Social bookmarks - Diigo
  105. 105. Pin webpages to “boards” • Share with others • Follow others boards http://www.pinterest.com Pinterest
  106. 106. Archive content from browser • Tag • Email http://getpocket.com Pocket
  107. 107. Social bookmarks - Diigo https://www.diigo.com
  108. 108. Which tool right for my learners? Photo Credi thttp://www.flickr.com/photos/57567419@N00/7496669132/ Face to Face Purpose Google Personal organisation DropBox Managing & sharing files Social Bookmarks (Diigo, Delicious) Managing website “favorites” Readers & Feeders (Feedly, Pocket, Pinterest) Follow multiple website feeds in one location
  109. 109. Is there a place for student tools?
  110. 110. Presenter – Michael Gwyther mick@yumstudio.com.au @mickgwyther http://www.facebook.com/michael.gwyther http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=20201325
  111. 111. Any Questions?

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