The success of your E-Learning initiative begins and ends with project management. E-Learning projects are more complex to manage than traditional learning projects because they involve technology and training. There's more risk, more time constraints, more budget pressures, and more failures in communication.
By the end of this seminar you should be able to manage an E-Learning project so that it is:
- Within budget
- On Time
Our Managing E-Learning Projects workshop will show you an adaptive and agile methodology for E-Learning projects that will help you prevent pitfalls commonly found in an E-Learning project. Topics covered include:
There's a tremendous amount of content that has already been created. What role does content curation play in learning strategy? What are some of the important functions of a content curator? What are the ethics of sharing content created by someone else? Margot Bloomstein presented on this topic at SXSW 2011. Her presentation starts creating a structure for content creation and discusses how to add value during the process. I hope it will start a discussion at E-Learning Council on this learning function.
E-Learning Council is looking for three bloggers to join our blogger panel on Social Learning at E-Learning Symposium 2011 in Houston on October 25th (workshops on October 26th). E-Learning Symposium is an annual conference targeted at decision makers and producers of E-learning. Past attendees have included decision makers from Fortune 500 companies, State and Federal Government, and Universities. Our goal is to provide the resources to improve the quality of E-learning produced. Selected panelists will: