Would appreciate any leads to development LSG members have participated in or delivered that focus on:
Thanks in advance
I think that many people in this community will agree that you've asked one of the $64 000 000 questions, so I've no doubt that you will receive a LOT of replies, but in the meantime here's my contribution:
Hopefully my ramblings have made sense and I'm sure that others will throw their thoughts in too
Thanks for the links. V helpful!
I know, I'm being vague...! Its a clean slate I guess in terms of the elearning. Its knowing where to start. We have some self paced stuff but need to know more about developing the skills in house for the 'anything and everything'.
Very small team (newly appointed) driving the learning modernisation agenda in a very big organisation (18k staff) so we need to change hearts, minds and skills of existing training staff to help deliver changes.
There is a national programme of change for NHS Wales but also local demand - which will feed back into national work.
Happy days :-)
I've just realised that your NHS, so why not consider attending (and dragging your team to) this event http://www.epic.co.uk/news/press-releases/epic-to-stage-forward-thi... to open their eyes and maybe inspire them further?
You might find this guide from Brightwave helpful too: http://www.brightwave.co.uk/practical-guides/27-ways-to-leap-over-e...
For my contribution to the discussion, I'd like to focus on the vision rather than the detail:-
1. I've been fascinated by the Gartner quote that "the next big hit for the internet will be L&D; and, just like Marketing before them, they won't get it. This is prescient because e-Marketing changed the marketing model, from one of pay upfront and get variable results, to one of pay per click. Because the model changed, people didn't "get it". So the obvious question, how have learning technologies (not just e-learning) changed the model?
2. I believe the answer to that is that concepts need to be learned through a formal learning intervention, whilst everything else should be learned informally - through learning technologies.
3. Therefore the key issue is not one of
4. And, as a result, the key issues that need to be considered are:-
Hope that helps