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E-Learning by Mind Map: E-Learning
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E-Learning

Define

On the net

Our definition

A Curriculum-based transfer of knowledge to students via the Internet

Features of e-learning environment

Open

Flexible

Distributed

Components and features of e-learning

Components

Instructional Design, Learning and Instructional Theories, Instructional Strategies and Techniques, ADDIE model, Analyze - analyze learner characteristics, task to be learned, etc, Design - develop learning objectives, choose an instructional approach, Develop - create instructional or training, Implement - deliver or distribute the instructional materials, Evaluate - make sure the materials achieved the desired goals

Multimedia Components, Text and Graphics, Audio Streaming (Real Audio, ... etc), Video Streaming (Quiz Time, WMA, ... etc), Links (Hyperlinks, Hypermedia, 3-D links, imagemaps, ... etc)

Internet Tools, Communications Tools, Asynchronous, E-mail, List servers, Newsgroups, Synchronous, Text-based, chat, IRC, messaging, Multimedia, Live conference, live chat, Remote Access Tools, Telnet, gopher, ftp, Internet Navigation Tools, Text based browser, VRML, Graphical browser, Search Tools, Search Engines, Online agents

Computers and Storage Devices, Computers, Desktop, Laptops, PDA, UMPC, Storage Devices, CD, Flash Memory, U3

Connections and Service Providers, Modems, Wired, Dial in, standard phone, ISDN, dedicated, DSL, cable modem, T1, E1, Wireless, wireless LAN, WAN, PAN, WiFi, WiMax

Authoring Programs and Standards, Scripting Languages, LMS, HTML, SCORM

Server and Related Application, HTTPS, ASP, WAP, Configuration

Features

Interactive

OpenSystem

Multimedial

Online search

Device-distance-time independent

Globally accessible

Electronic publishing

Uniformity world-wide

Online resources

distributed

Cross-cultural

Interaction

Multiple expertise

Industry supported

Learner-controlled

Convenient

Self Contained

Ease of use

Authentic

Friendly

Cost effective

Collaborative

Virtual cultures

many more....

Institutional Issues

Administrative affairs

Needs Assessment

Readiness Assessment, Financial Readiness, Infrastructure Readiness, Cultural Readiness, Content Readiness

Organization and Change, Diffusion and Adoption, Diffusion, Spreading the word about e-learning, Show the value and benefits of adoption, Surveys, Interviews, Adoption, reward system tied to innovation in instruction, build experience with resources for Web-based design, development and delivery, Implementation

Budgeting and Return on Investment, ROI= (Benefits - Total Cost)/Total Cost %, Consider the following, Instructor compensation, Travel and per diem for instructors, Initial program development, Equipment and software acquisition, Delivery

Partnership with Other Institutions

Program and Course Information Catalogue, General Information, Academic Calendar and Course Schedule, Tuition and Fees

Marketing and Recruitment, Potential students looking for programs with less dropout, testimonials on how well the course and program are designed, proper feedback on course resources attract students and prevent dropouts

Admissions

Financial Aid

Registration and Payment

Information Technology Services

Instructional Design and Media Services

Graduation, Transcript and Grades, Graduation, Graduation ceremony, physical, virtual, Transcripts and Grads, Just-in-time accessibility to transcripts and grades

Academic affairs

Accreditation

Policies

Instructional Quality

Faculty and Staff Support

Workload, Class Size, and Compensation

Intellectual Property Rights

Student services

Pre-Enrollment Services

Orientation

Faculty and Staff Directories

Advising

Services for Students with Disabilities

Counseling

Learning Skills Development

Library Support

Bookstore

Tutorial Services

Mediation and Conflict Resolution

Social Support Network

Student Newsletter

Internship and Employment Services

Pedagogical Issues

Content Analysis

What type of content appropriate to teach online?, content best served by personal interaction

some subjects are not good for online, complex physical skills, examples, welding, metal structures, intense behavioral modification

Type of content, Dynamic, timeline, Stable

Audience Analysis

Learners may come from culturally diverse background, Internet literate

They may differ how they learn

examples?, individuals with disabilities, consider elearning at increasing rate

Goal Analysis

a goal is an expression to instructional purpose, generally more inclusive and less precise, familiar with elearning tools, elearning components, advantages and disadvantages of elearning, awareness of elearning, Implementation of elearning tools, E-learning assessment, Managing e-learning, do not write a goal for a segment smaller than a lesson

an objective identifies the performance student must meet to reach the goal, there can be several units each unit can have one or more lesson, giving course via Internet, comparing university services, managed our own courses

Important to have clear goals and objectives

Medium Analysis

Selection, online, Flash, Mp3, video files, offline, CD, Video, Tapes

Design approach

ill-structured problem, example, figuring out whether or not to trade in you 10-year car, major selection

well-structured problem, example, solving a quadratic equation

Student-center learning

Program-centered learning

Instructional Strategies

Presentation

Exhibits

Demonstration

Drill and practice

Tutorials

Storytelling

Games

Simulations

Role-Playing

Discussion

Interaction

Modeling

Facilitation

Collaboration

Debate

Filed Trips

Case studies

Motivation

Organization

Blending Strategies

Dimensions of the Blend, Blending Offline and Online learning, Self-Paced and Live, Collaborative Learning, Blending Structured and Unstructured Learning, Blending Custom Content with Off-the-Shelf Content, Blending Learning, Practice, and Performance Support

Why Blend?, Not new concept, Lectures, Labs, Books, Handouts, Learning is not one time event but continuous process, Benefit over using any single learning delivery medium

Ethical Issues

Social and Political influence

Cultural diversity

Bias

Geographical diversity

learner Diversity

Digital divide

Etiquette

Legal issue