PLANNING AND DESIGNING EFFECTIVE E-LEARNING PROGRAMMES
31 October 2006, London
E-learning is an increasingly popular approach for delivering learning and teaching events and activities. There are many myths and debates surrounding the concept and its relevance to library and information workers.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
This workshop will provide a pragmatic guide to e-learning in library and information services. It will enable participants to decide whether or not it is for them, and it will enable them to design and implement successful e-learning activities and programmes.
BY THE END OF THE EVENT PARTICIPANTS WILL HAVE:
· understood the three main approaches to e-learning
· understood theories of learning that underpin different approaches to e-learning
· identified different approaches to planning and designing successful e-learning programmes and activities
· evaluated a number of e-learning programmes
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This workshop is designed for library and information staff considering using e-learning as part of their user education or staff development strategies. No prior knowledge or experience of e-learning is required for this workshop.
WORKSHOP LEADER BARBARA ALLAN
Barbara is a senior lecturer at Hull University Business School where she uses e-learning to support student learning activities. She has been involved in a number of national e-learning initiatives. Barbara has written a number of books for Facet Publishing including Training skills for library and information staff, and E-learning and training in library and information services, and she co-authored Virtual learning communities for the Open University Press.
9.15 Registration and coffee
9.45 Welcome and introduction
Individual learning outcomes
10.0 Introduction to e-learning
Web-based training; supported e-learning; informal e-learning
Characteristics of different approaches to e-learning
Overview of different e-learning applications in library and information services
Models of learning that underpin e-learning
Issues that arise in e-learning
(Coffee will be served at 11.15)
1.45 Planning for e-learning process
Identifying the aims and outcomes
Using existing resources
Working in collaborative teams
Working with other professional groups
Designing e-learning programmes and activities
Developing a structure
Ensuring it is accessible
Designing on-line individual and group activities
Introducing interactivity and feedback
Testing and piloting the e-learning programme or activity
(Tea will be served at 3.15)
PLACES ARE LIMITED TO: 20
CILIP personal members: £180 plus VAT £211.50
CILIP institutional members: £215 plus VAT £252.63
Non members: £250 plus VAT £293.75
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