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e-Learning Implementation Models by Mind Map: e-Learning
Implementation Models
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e-Learning Implementation Models

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Instructional Systems Design (ISD) Model

Broadbent, B. (2002). Rewards and risks. In ABCs of e-learning: Reaping the benefits and avoiding the pitfalls (pp. 29-44). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer.

1. Scope the Project


2. Analyze


3. Design


4. Develop


5. Pilot Test


6. Deliver


7. Evaluate


Broader Approach to Program Development

Broadbent, B. (2002). Rewards and risks. In ABCs of e-learning: Reaping the benefits and avoiding the pitfalls (pp. 29-44). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer.

Phase 1: Getting Ready

1. Establish Management

2. Research Learners

3. Research on e-Learning

4. Establish Context

Phase 2: Establishing the Framework

5. Investigate Technology

6. Establish Business Case

7. Establish Business Model

8. Plan Evaluation

Phase 3: High-Level Implementation

9. Plan Communications

10. Set Up Administration

11. Establish Content

12. Select Methodologies

Phase 4: Looking After the Details

13. Manage Human Resources

14. Establish Starting Point

15. Implement

16. Evaluate

17. Re-jig

Information Systems Success Model

Lee-Post, A. (2009). e-Learning success model: An information systems perspective. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 7(1), 61-70. Retrieved from pdfviewer?sid=ecf8ffac-8e92-4fcb-af9c-31d5ef065045%40sessionmgr13&vid=8&hid=21

System Design

System Quality, Easy to Use, User Friendly, Stable, Secure, Fast, Responsive

Information Quality, Well Organized, Effectively Presented, Of the Right Length, Clearly Written, Useful, Up-to-Date

Service Quality, Prompt, Responsive, Fair, Knowledgeable, Available

System Delivery

Use, PowerPoint Slides, Audio, Script, Discussion Board, Case Studies, Practice Problems, Excel Tutorials, Assignments, Practice Exam

System Outcome

Net Benefits, Positive Aspects, Enhanced Learning, Empowered, Time Saving, Academic Success, Negative Aspects, Lack of Contact, Isolation, Quality Concerns, Technology Dependence

User Satisfaction, Overall Satisfaction, Enjoyable Experience, Overall Success, Recommend to Others

TSOI Hybrid Learning Model

Tsoi, M. F. (2008). Designing for engaged e-learning: TSOI hybrid learning model. The International Journal of Learning, 15(6), 225-232. Retrieved from pdfviewer?sid=ecf8ffac-8e92-4fcb-af9c-31d5ef065045%40sessionmgr13&vid=12&hid=21


Exploration (Piaget: Science Learning Cycle)

Concrete Experience (Kolb: Experiential Learning Cycle)


Invention (Piaget: Science Learning Cycle)

Reflective Observation (Kolb: Experiential Learning Cycle)


Abstract Conceptualization (Kolb: Experiential Learning Cycle)


Concept Application (Piaget: Science Learning Cycle)

Active Experimentation (Kolb: Experiential Learning Cycle)

Glen's Feedback

Very effective use of the concept map

This map would be very powerful if used to support a recorded presentation

I never noticed the connection between the spelling of Tsoi's name and the stages. A very clever mnemomic device on the authors part!!

What was your reference for the broader approach to program development node?

Oversight! Updated notes section!