10 E-Learning Trends to watch in 2017



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so now who can pancong pencil possibly we do this every year I love you trekking upon 10 yuan these years ago we're doing sort of suddenly we bring over the axiomatic cook some are generally journaling you this is a very subjective view but I think the icing did keep keeping charm but I hope you feel a lot more value to I'm a very pragmatic practical person so I would like to look at that okay how do you might have kept loss building so going to look at Michael earnings I think you may have heard of studying a popper in 2017 I will look at game Payton which is you know still still an awkward footpath a look at the sort of all sling watering also looked at an interactive video we're going to be looking at a mental reality and virtual reality and we'll look at the brain friendly design early learning looking at active and personalized learning little bit learning experience design I was going to take a look at this all of the press 360 of the the latest release from from articulate and only a brief look at learning analytics so the green ones are okay design trends so they're there to do the way we go about designing design learning rule more to do with with with tech trends some companies are commonly suppose and the other thing I want to look at other currency which affordably not over you know a lot of it should be doing is actually you know it is it a realistic path but we have budget for it so we have the applying a brief test I think we move through into those of those trends so everybody is hanging more clearly included – Mike okay so first of all we have our our our a quick question for you so we'd like to occupy I am currently liver running online you just want to watch module just gonna launch a a poll for this will give you a few seconds to respond so the question is how you currently delivering running online and either we haven't started reviewing your options we built some of courses eternally even source economic partners or it's a combination of it 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feel very very quick bunch of the webinars committed us to the positive responses to build up ok I'll stop that there share that okay so try yourself we don't know what we don't know we need our heal in certain areas we can get it if you want to comment what those areas are and the questions will will feel that in our chat later on too busy this topic reflect obviously you're not you're not too busy to join us you might be doing something else at the background and then if you're fed up with the ideas we did allow multiple answers on that pretty good it's good to see focus on new ideas and hopping a game I hope this webinar will will time that other quality so any trend I think have anything to do Michael learn whatever expensive to do my my learning but it does need some song sort so what is Michael learning well reason we think like learning is coming in as people are other less attention span Accord according to some latest statistic the red teenagers have less less attention stand on the goal page I'm not sure I believe that but there but certainly in the in this model in from information rich world with our attention span is getting less and less I will some time poor so are very very busy people if you take some time at the things well no but also but also you know there's more pressures on our time also their suspect ability so we want to do is to access learning for closer to the point of deep when we near rob do a five-day course we want the effective point point of lead the final thing is actually 1992 a trend that you are entering your chest is more much much earlier so I'm this idea than wanting everything into one school module so Michael learning because guess we do modular is all happen so we won't have another putting videos are competing with us in the learning module we'll unpack necessarily separate learning activities and so generally losing the less fibers over learning outcome and innate my sort of harp eggs perfect of Justice coast then busy sort of accurate learning doing okay so the second trend is brain friendlies a lot more research we have these days have gobs of science but our brain works and specifically however as I said a design trend I stood by the confidence and ability is little waves on your garage this is a prospect I give my are really learning like things will get into the Machine and think were any single image goes free and although this is if you have brains and actually the way we way we take information learning anything on board is through our five senses primarily there are through our visual also also audio as you probably doing this in this this webinar and all that goes into our short-term or working memory and what I was trying to show in this image here is that our shorter work memory is very very small so it's actually quite a challenge getting stuff from the short-term working memory into a long-term memory so there's a little bit is a little bit of a my diet and what lvl thinking works so from our senses we pay attention so we can sign not to pay attention to things you can either look at my slides and all this maybe we do both or neither anybody who's doing NEMA out there that will tease you but things go into a working memory and then they don't stay there very very long at all in fact what happened to most things in our working memory is straight out again like a bucket with lots of holes in it it's only when we pay attention to something and do something that we actually include something into our long-term memory and we want people to learn we have to ensure that they are doing this in encoding so anyone can do is learner's on is to help like a pudding will improve the learning outcomes so am i it's a whole 30-minute book I do it I do on this but there's a picks up but some of the keys and results and research from from a number of these and people particularly Daniel Willingham who's done a lot of work as a couple scientists a little work out learning will have learning works another book called how we learn by Benedict Kari and back to the UK by our own Stella Collins and so these are three books like definitely recommend if you are learning designer has some really interesting stuff they're about about proving learning designs make them more brain for anything okay train three I wonder we probably get covered last year but we didn't want to cover again because it's going more more popular so respond to this design to the idea that we produce content that works across all all devices not just one not just our laptop or desktop but or increasingly and I would like most of you clients are increasingly asked asking for content that plays well on all devices and the only way to really do this effectively is use some sort of responsive design approach so a little another question for you here okay so the laptop screen what devices will your learner's use to access your digital forces so they can apply the computer on their desks where they work a laptop that is supplied by the organization tablet that we could buy / sell smartphone we provide their smartphone okay so give you a few more seconds once again you think your fingers on buzzer – you're pretty really good I had even the novices here with good webinar and ok idiot % Johnson computer on with their self I shared everything he presented Peter on the glass or the work 6231 tablet may need smartphone to credit product and 65 percent saying the devices I think that's really interesting so I think clearly and mostly learning probably in most organizations is still done on laptops and desktops but increasingly the alternative is the it seriously is the smartphone and specifically a smartphone that that the employee owns or sell for the wonderful to be bring your own device approach and clearly responsive design is really a solution to primarily the mobile challenge so he learning at least work on a mobile probably the sponsor is the only project we paid we design elearning on something like story line I will work fine on a tablet or just will not work on our phone and it's driven obviously primarily by this desire to move to more than mobile devices but more challenging recently by by the death of flash so at the end of this year chrome for example the browser on the longest core flash so a lot of clients our clients running around saying what we do with our Flash content so I think it's 2017 and Beyond increasingly elearn using flash simply won't run so what are our options in 27-17 we do still have the slide based approach those of you out there using articulate storyline and he still use that but basically you published in future to html5 and in fact the latest version of the stupid lated in latest version articulate start with an html5 first flash second approach unlike there's now where it's other way around but then the other probably the other more more more popular approach these days is X if you want design from about is responsive design using html5 where content resizes depending on on on the screen lab so tools like for example evolve which uses the adapt framework so my message to ever you do not rely on flash and 2017 the little load responsible washing tools tools out there of all the really mentioned user uses attack Lucian a uses its own proprietary approach as those Bobo and spawn five and shift that we put in here now hot off the press the meaning responsive design tools from articulate we'll talk a little bit better later on so print for interactive video so I'm a big fan of I think video is very very popular for for for on the web these days lots of these courses their routes and stuff just usually because their interaction interact at all which is a shame because the learn designer I think that takes away a lot of the value of interactive what I learn is so the idea that we can have a selector AK interactive layer at the video is really really powerful on the affordability test it's a bit going to be even more expensive different platforms we have to use some of those platforms are are slightly slightly more and more expensive so another question to to to sip to second guys yeah pouring a little maybe maybe I could put some comments in the question that is each trigger fingers of obstacles it but the question is if you had to learn to use any responsible wrinkle which are the approaches to how a chocolate ice cream every one of the questions either by a by a book responsive design for absolute bellies option to is watch my videos I can on YouTube when self option three is ticking online course rapid start responsive design so if you look if you want to comment options one two or three in the impression term it's something so if you have a lonely using new responsible wrinkle which of these approaches we have this option one by the book responsive design crafter dummy's option to watch whatever videos in town on YouTube when stuff an option three safely online course rapid start responses somebody said ask somebody else to do that's very good response okay probably more people saying option three John yeah for Alan I said cancel the options is a nicer launch on cruise the pool with a double click so and so option languages are Arabic feelings option three needles on it was a football course Washington was more of a distant time to check pollutants so we saying just saying on my documentation post trial at trial an error stop Alistair saying learn online online courses include video says Julie Lucy option stream John people going for a more formal what's great great to hear that's Leah yes I mean I expect a public video would be a very popular option that right at the start but of course anybody who chose juice of course works works mayor's learn designer yes a choosing the online help them not to not so keen not so sure I get the right answer they always develop on our health systems and there and that loosely way more out than they that Angley okay thank you that so video interactive video well like a couple years ago the this this product called a lifesaver about how to having a first-aid sort of a learning module and was well and when a lot of took took a little lower whaling voyage that's available it's free you can downloaded it's half and then is a really powerful example of interact with you as far as affordability those are probably quite expensive to to to develop but hey there are a whole lot of our new tools for long so here's a good example of each one of tools is called the tool called rack media and this is a really nice example of a much much simpler straightforward bit of video ask a few questions skip some feedback parallel the video so a quite quite a straightforward approach but but much much more engaging that's simply watching watching a video and there are a number of tools out there that are now letting that you know the average person build some so much I'll cool interactive videos this example is from from media there's also a thing called h5b which is an open source approach and certainly a nice it's all of these three products are a free trial and it's worth getting a little bit of a bit of a test-drive also if you have story line and you may not men may have seen these some of some examples so you can effectively interact with video using store line putting a video in the background and then using our various triggers to pause the video and they're presenting a question giving some feedback and actually and it works actually really really well in in storyline of course the one work place well on your mobile phone but but definitely those were using desktop or laptop approaches it's something that is definitely worth are having an experiment so the 25 games in game face and are less and be worth up of hearing about games the game face on but I think I think that it's a it's proving a very successful approach when it comes especially to to to behavior change passwords design trends it's probably slightly less affordable these are more complex approach to the learning design probably more more some more expensive tools and things like illustration example are much more important and getting an equation so this time some of the people ask me is it a game or is it game case we will different to use when interpreters well game case exactly having game-like elements think things like points badges levels challenges to existing content or to other real-world activities so an example on the right is there is one keeper that's an app for your phone to pick us up so the courage encourage you to do something every day tracks your progress so that that's pure gamification a dealer in the scale we have we have full full games such as Grand Theft Auto and there's old raft for different things in the middle so things which are more game-like game things like other things which are more variation alive but less less game by I can just chip in there John absolutely agree with that I think that'd be one things are weird which the black people there's a fear that maybe a diem can be a flippant learning experience but as you say there John game style elements so we're doing a project at the moment we're really quite carefully went the audio you know the iconography the navigation of something trying to reflect it is actually for our the armed services trying to reflect the game style approach but it's very very serious learning experiences it's definitely not affluent again yeah so thank you so I think you know as we understand more about games and game patient we can actually play around with with with with you know what links links that both of those approaches successful so I'm just going to put you to the test mode when it gives an example some bigger screen shots but I want you to tell me whether you think they are game or game patients so if you just want to type into the chat box whether it's game or game occasion so that's one of fresh one game or impatient and GRDC yards five six sixteen visions so far couple same game children I'm I'm not influencing the response exactly okay well actually this is this is simple gamefication so all of this is it is a menu or a storyline module their game at all but it looks sort of game like that this one game or gamification more divided on John yes good it is actually a game it is a standard for role-playing adventure type type game take people to pass my service skills this one game or gamification selections probably tissue staccato okay this is also gamification so actually it's a it's a sort of idea of setting up a number learning modules or some challenges and there are some points but but actually there's no whole other game going on yes but it does look like again this one game or game patient probably it's slightly easier yeah exactly game it's again it's a proper game and what a lot of the best game I see in the world is if it's about hygiene in in their in in their food preparation and their struggle with something learning outcomes but it is definitely again this one game or game patient this one is trucks occasion it's simply a quiz dressed up as sort of that sort of game-like interface based on sort of ideas if you want to be a billionaire and so yeah there's a lot of these things out there so so they may look look fun but actually you'll be careful using these they they have one end of the fun but they're not really it certainly you've done it then that's fine the game and this you find lost these examples on on pixiv website goes online now this one game will get impatient like this one is called Hotel Manager and it's very differently a game now this one the using link in the business game or gamification once again this is actually gamification and it's actually built in adobe edge to edge animator we've ever come a come across that html5 this one game a gamification actually just a fairly straightforward eating down in module one of the ward a few years ago but it is where he wouldn't work when the warden air and once again it is just gamification so it's content dressed up to look more like a game drunk we just we just to leave her the point we just really can't go on on that core difference obviously we can't air in a hotel looking feelings on these things you just reach Apple Apple okay as I said maybe my first slide applied if someone's quite tricky on first on first sight tell what if something is game or game creation generally the gamification it looks sort of game-like but when you start to go through this more conventional type of pipe pipe you learning content whereas a game put you into what we would call the immersive situation so you have so you actually feel you you're interacting with some sort of this game would have sort of a I had for example most game facial have a little AI it's it's all hand coded decided by by private design if I just level so game patient is grafted on whereas a game design has to start from from scratch it can be tricky on the first site to tell which is which finally it's is actually for example the game so I wanted to go back to our previous and when our previous friends is games or in brain friendly so they're basically paused puzzles are sold and our brains like a challenge as long as it's not too hard our brains are finishing patterns and things sort of anyone a game is it helps you try to identify what the patterns are work out work a thing to yourself and grating about about pattern is as our brains can fill in fill in the blanks so bringing my a game as we can as we go through the game we we can we can make it harder and harder so so so so games are really really a great way to to to to learn time that's again casing content it's actually not too hard to do so this is a really nice example particular but they've taken a sort of that scenario they added a story they offer the sort of personalized learning party choose one role or the other role people worked also to create both those roles I gentleman a challenge so once again this is actually just a question but it's episode some sort of challenge but I sort of back story we include some for progress we had to say how they getting on not just are doing well I'm not fit so well and the idea that they can get negative points as well as positive points and finally we give them maybe a second balance to do it all over again so I know me is it a game but it has a sort of a feel sort of game like it feels any more gauging that that and your standard tekneq a lot of the new tools like evolve for example have game face and built in the things like levels challenges points or build inflated to 2d to to to these tool so if you really a head start and you use one of those more modern tools little approaches to use what we call special game patient so you can just grab the banana Mass this is growth engineering but they've completely game fired everything the other masked so so here you can you can completely fill this LMS with really boring content but but add the gamification at the LMS level so what about go out there and we are now calling structural game case-knife you see a lot more rapid twenty-something most modern messes are having some slow element in case even Moodle is badges that so learning more typically recommend the theory of fun but I am rather raised cluster a really great book on on my games are great for learning or white games are fun effective and something a bit more maybe useful for any people the game face of learning a structure by call campus pretty one I believe it's experimental game patient in learning so first really good reads and there's also an example there I think again you're going to get the slides in so somebody's linked you having and the slides at the end there's really good examples there on that link on online education so the 26 opened reality and virtuality this picture I spotted in my I Street recently virtual the headsets for 1195 so how come we've got affordability of three pounds we're actually buying headsets is really cheap developing content for for virtual reality is much much much more expensive so first of all I'd like to take a look at all mental realities and I think this is one that probably has more or relevance to most of us as learning designers it's going to be cheaper to implement and probably so example here is a good example Volkswagen are now using augmented reality to teach their engineers about different models so they use my power to hold up your car shows what if different things are I think that's something approach it and we use quite a lot for these sort of practical angle pipe type learning it's a really great way of combining some real-world situation with some like an O Michael look like and learning overlay and probably you Google is doing all work on the mental reality so in the future you walk down the street will think things like this I just hope that it's not completely wrecked by advertising but more what going to that lab so virtuality um it's definitely a virtuality is Google's interacted real world at all but we basically are completely create the environment for our for for for for for the learner so once again a lot of a very valid valid applications and things like health safety and the replication I think it'll use a lot of the same type medicine that we actually interact with a complete virtual world and that's what it cost comes in so although although it's not too expensive a virtual reality headset it is very very expensive to develop content party but a repeating interact with so so far most sort of learners are learning we're going to be going here too far down the VR room soon but different from AR I think we definitely it will start to experiment with that to play something so you may have heard of my microsoft hololens which is a reality headset was pretty much third for the Volturi I think those are much much more effectively but one of these headsets currently costs 3,000 pounds plus there's a whole little bit that needs to go into the up in content for that's supported by headset so yes great for the future you'll hear a lot of people saying AR and VR as our way forward so ultimately will be a very very big budgets but I think it's early days yet and however you can get started quite cheaply with a with a with a Google phone and Google cardboard so the 27 and adaptive and personalized so this is something with you really is a new training succeed seat see more office so the idea how can you tell you actually personalize or at that learning journeys learning pathways for but if and learn as well as a learning designer in different learners have different needs and we often end up in either signing this of sheepdip approach okay we know we have to learn this by the end of days but he is just designer what size that's all so I think I will initially increasingly increasingly did an approach is to adapt it personalizing Larry and there are number different adaptive scheme so the one is we call before the adaptive scheme to be better learner choices needs informed by data so that's where we may be a fad you look at what they'll actually other people look at this bit like and what happens when you buy something on Amazon as a target approach where we actually give the learner my diagnostic present different learning activities based on this this is once again where we going back to our micro learning our first friend so by breaking really learning module into lots of different activities if we can then use the personalization adaption to decide which activities lawyers at latitude see and finally scaffolding that's just simply doing these like signposting getting to learner to sort of help help choose what they what they think they need to do is another another another key approach and practice most personalized adaptive approaches we've con least of all three leads probe it and we had a last week of the event conference from filter to a platform to do all this and that's really clever by the way it uses our by the way it uses analytics to decide you know what learning might be useful and also taught me what else what want having that one piece of learning what other piece of learning like you do opened a learning experiences I've learned on our list is really really key so increasingly I think anybody who's been involved in designing learning experiences quickly things like campaign learning so actually is a lot more work involved in looking at I know what we're trying to achieve or what new things like storytelling and looking at personas what we want people to to what the learners did learners expect and then so the comes concept ization this prototyping so just really make sure we can we develop a complete experience or learning experience rather than a simple type IP learning module and I think increasingly and we will talk about learning experience designers well-structured sagres so designing the end when dick experience what is evolving ela but also evolving workplace activities videos NRB are combining all those things into a coherent learning experience a really good example I think that I've come across recently is developed by the university that link put there we've really put you as a lure in some situations and that really takes you to a really thorough learning experience this is a she developed them in in a new step when it was bottom tooled but actually it could have been developed in just one a storyline a really good example right all good learning experience design so I'm 29 we're going close to end or 10 trends so I'm learning analytics so certainly we're getting a lot more about about learning analytics and that what they call Big Data also struggle with big data basically lots of data and then possibly have to not take it what are able doing with it and if you shop at Sainsbury's or test lab we do give you a little depart in a year and save these testers at the capping data on us of shoppers and we've had so much data they've completely unable to do any with it but increasingly we're now being able to look at that data and say what does it tell us about their by their case shopping habits but in our case learners learners lead to a requirement what is what the learners where you need to do what are they doing so just an like a final poll question Kevin's going to them I'll double click on this one and we very gently there with my big fingers job and so depending collects data on high a lot their employees are learning so your options are we don't collect any data we only click course completions and assessment scores or we capture a range of data my employees are accessing a few seconds to probably see enjoying relooking lines here it's a reflection maybe some of the the options or or limitations of school now we've got about 70% popping for and cracking courts of bitches in thousand scores no Vietnamese not clicking Donna everybody destroy pics on that thirty percent are capturing the view to that yes I think is it there is a meeting sink steadily 30 percent stick there we largely I think that reflects currently water oil an essence do and so our LMS is is good really just checking somebody's done something on that and then when they passed passed on off but I think in future and I think for real learning analytics is Bri a little more advancing in the education space but I suspect that that in the private sector we're going to catch off quite quickly because I think it really it on it on just some ways learning effective learning analytics on the pins a lot of the other things we've talked about things like micro learning personalized access and the provider the different times when learning is needed those learning analytics will give us give us a lot more data on how and why are our employees learn once again we have mention at this time but but the experience API or what's called tin can it that technology designed entirely to give us much much better learning analytics so certainly anybody out there and in the market to buy a mess and as well as ticking the game case water thinking you ought to definitely are some early questions about learning analytics on so and am attend a final trend and we added this in his own has a lately year she died took one out last week and out of this this one in so our ticket 360 I think probably a lot of you out there 13 vast majority people I come across use score line or studio develop their they are enhancing learning and the lovely learning of these users as well we suck Arion so so the fact that articulate we launched this lease we compute tools is a really interesting approach we have an so I don't know if you had a time to have a look at the nudity 360 but certainly it that as a whole new extra extra toys and there's our toolkit we still have storyline so these these products they're Impreza peek storyline studio we play are all downloadable their downloadable to the desktop but on top of that we have the cloud-based dual probably most significant of these is rise which is their responsive design tool either need a chance of a quick play with it but certainly it seemed very impressive with inline editing pretty straightforward to use so certainly those who are using articulate that the whole new way to think she did the design your e-learning also our ticket review is re nice my solution for that let's let's so if you're building current modules in in storyline our ticket review let you and is routing reviewing tool that there are people to review and comment on on each each slide in your storyline and the pricing is interesting and it's going to move to a to a per user per annum approach which which I notice for some client is it is is it as a good approach but I also sometimes I think find out a bit of challenge so the longer you just pay you off a cost from now and download it and use it for years you have to then pay this per each year every year so for me storyline 360 looks a lot like storyline too but what it does do what appears to primarily do it is make it much much focuses like much more on the html5 so they have responsive player so I think what they have done in this latest release of storyline it looks very very similar to two story like two little I've got a few more bells and whistles like dials but otherwise what they may then is behind the background so when you publish traits of our five and the idea that it will have a focus on a smile five is the core or deliberate but flash as the as the buzzer fallback see this is quite a hot off the press John so it's probably he says a little kiss of sort of weeding the sea and I think I think thing with with tools was in were slightly the Clintons there's a vocal actually experiences when we start in started working at least illnesses I think that's going to be that the key is absolutely Alan absolutely I've talked a number of that store line developers over the last couple weeks when last week and many haven't had a chance to have a play with with them with the tools and when you had a quick play with rise our table is quite impressed I didn't pack talked to to loosen up and go more about it they were also impressed I think that's quite a limited functionality compared to those tools but but certainly it's an exciting time to be developing e-learning or digital learning other protocol that these days well I think that's a pretty much done for our 10 trends I thought it'd be nice idea at the end just to think about about where these things are on our sort of our on our adoption curve so so this is where I placed them we could have discussion about where they are so so I think things like adaptable personalized is sort of something that that we're just sort of starting to see and the tools at what are quite various but at the other end of the scale we have gamification I think you are doing education or doing some sort of game-like elements and um be learning now your your on your behind responsive design now I think it's way much more popular now we have our ticket things as well I think that's going to be something that actually increase in infancy in 2017 much more responsive design and the other one other things are getting in the middle gonna come up in Java Scott John a couple of questions is it so exterior your wedding experience it is indeed guest learning experiences I left my mining sort of buzz term for 2017 you think obviously no that's a big area that we we look at I don't think it's think it sucks still in the early adopters please my follow-up question is what you maybe hard what do you think it's the other side of that curve the dark side will give majority but I would the village are we doing oh the late majority are probably still building click next modules in storyline and so so so me learning experience 9 is something that actually we step back from from the tech next get a score I think well actually what is the what is the whole learning experience you like so of course it won't apply to everything every project we do and show you an easy bit more effort work just sink that's room and so it's not something that that automatically using for example every project I come across I will turn the magical and XPS but certainly it's something that you know as a toolkit I think it's something that they ops the game in in in developing digital learning ok Emily anybody has any questions for darling if you want to coach them and will feel feel the questions Marcus I'll see any questions we can answer straight away will do not any that we maybe need from acting on some things equally rapidly do this maybe it's already enough of a conversation but I I'll feel the questions and I'll throw the make the channels we'll start with first of all so job couple of questions what was quite specific marks come in say what would you read article Taleo learned on the curve so this Craig question marks we appear again at a learning management system they market on the city we've got another question from Margaret a game versus gamification is a research to show which works best in a corporate environment is it worth a high investment in the barber will be an environment so legendary Honda loves to jump ok ah well yes they will the Oracle quest yes I mean I did cringe and something makes an Oracle and I mean clearly some of these what I call corporate sort of LMS talent minor systems are are are me as a learning that they they aren't necessarily the best places to deliver learning experience designs and they're probably geared up for or probably what I'd like to bet on over say a bygone age and if that's what you've got to use then that's what you've got to use and I think actually coming on to the next question so so if we can casing so whatever LMS you are using we can fail in a straightforward way gain value of your your content so adding calling things like challenges giving a scores points levels having different routes through creating a story around are all fairly straightforward to do work on any LMS and they went through is a lot research assiduously showed I mechanically can't give any off my head now but certainly at the game liquid core caps work for example there's a lot of research to show that can taste like you know who you to back the game faces now embedded a lot of things you do on the web indicates it so you know what what they call this idea holiday of choice architectural economics I love the game case techniques come out of that so there is a lot of research to show that that people actually even you know evil or people of all ages do benefit from some sort of game game case approach as far as game design goes after the football game so of course this much more challenging much more expensive much more difficult to designer game one of the whether that investment will pay off in the end where there's a return on that that's a good question so once again I you can't think about very carefully about bad about you know how important the learning outcomes we're before you started down the road of designing your game I've done it a few times it's quite challenging quite quite expensive and difficult and those are always going out with it with a great great solution in any event two more questions John one the answer love it so I was asking whether this sort of death of flash also means the death of OEE internet explorer particularly older versions let me comment that would be there a little bit your target audience we would always see a technical stack of any projected working or projection runners will be using at all but increasingly users are using the DES pressure into browsers typically browsers or there were people that they themselves and another within a corporate network so definitely move towards things it's four days to make $5 flashes at the other end they trend one other question John that I'll let you answer from from Alistair obviously some of these things are really exciting I've got a phrase out search question I need to do some of these more innovative things John but when you've got you've got limited resources you know such as such as personalization is the example of it there are services yes well of course doing things that are a client budget is always challenging but I think if you if you consider what you know what you're what you're what you're trying to achieve I think you know it's it's a one good idea that you need to create tools to do this but actually you don't know if you wanted to I build something very simply learning modules in the past where at the start we asked to learn a couple of questions based on those questions we give them some different content but that's not an example of personalization where I adapted a little bit is added content at a Content level as you know is powerful in the long term of doing at some sort of platform but certainly you could take those approaches and again when it comes to designing a learning experience there there is a tendency to just run up the story line and start creating slides I think I'm getting to room with there with a group of people think about what you want to learn is to achieve musings using something like actual mapping I think you can actually come up I've run workshops on and done this and actually it's it's amazing how creative people can be when when they don't think about the tool or the platform first and I think that taking an approach you can offer some really cool ideas and then you know how to work painful meant that most proper way cost-effective way as possible so keeping with questions if there's John and it's okay did it move everyone and Michael I interesting question if the learning gets smaller is the river valuable by devices because does the actual learning get smaller because there's less less transfer will be something more awaited high performance support or large answer that the other question is interesting the one that you took going because Charles and asking you mentioned social and informal ways my social learning education but well done Charles that was the one I took a so I took a social and formal which is something I go to the whole 70-20-10 discussion about work in social and informal learning in my heart changes as km yes so that is why I think that was your the first question Kevin it's really much in the point you know response responsive design Central City real estate on a small device becomes smaller doesn't does the learning you never learn incivility things get smaller as well yes that's a good question I'm gonna high on certain in some ways I'm sort of against my baloney making at the end of a people need time for learning stuff and clients just wanted to steal things into smaller and smaller things but I think what I think what Michael learning what I've seen is coming out of the microloan a cap it is that we do we just bring our things into smaller Jonathan it and then provide those chunks in some sort of pathway and once again as I said earlier that we can adapt that pathway so if you think you know something you would jump straight at us you can skip things you can combine things different ways so for me I think that's the big advantage of micro learning so you can maybe quickly lift something up on the phone which we needed a time but then later on you can go back and do the rest of the the whole sort of learning pathway but hopefully of course you need to do all of those things probably take is take yourself to the same place and that I could dive more conventional looking in any course one more from Julie Julie asks best more in each LMS for our expertise and experiences that's a champion oh that is a that is a that is a challenge I don't go home the Oracle yes man there are some I mean sort of modern methods like like learn upon or talent and a mess lit more some of those are sort of have more these features built-in they probably don't get the whole learning experience design thing and we're certainly documentation and come nice ways to to create learning pathways so you probably take the micro learning box and learning experiences on is been more challenging I think really the best learning experiences I've seen of largely they developed a bespoke any LMS sort of for example that the example I showed you from Twitter them that screen was actually a very light LMS and I'll link all the learning activities together to provide coherent look and feel just want the key things I think about learning experiences I it is that Michael here at work so it's all very well across and orient design wonderfully looking you learning modules but then you have to navigate fifteen screens an Oracle calculus to get at them it further destroys the experience where if you have the ability to create something that looks good right from the get-go I think that that's really important for learning learning experiences I think of a recent recent project we did with a government agency John where we're actually the key into us looking for a learning management system and through talking to them we realized actually the learning management system going to get in the way of your learning so we created some custom HTML 5 pages presented a little learning model on screen people were mystery to that and there any any other questions take one more to do there ignore any less any questions you want personally follow more beyond that we will make the slides available to people from today and there's good learning practitioners we will reflect on me on the audio issues we had at the star so I think I think most people with it improve for it is maybe fell apart today design questions you can either push deny or we were happy to be emailed my email addresses gallon dogwoods at Orion learning comm more than happy see how different way to get in touch with us and few people say thank you to your job very brainy site for appreciated wasting the time very much happy to continue continued dialogue following this so hopefully hopefully 2017 fills you with excitement rather than dread and I was with somebody just yesterday has to build 25 modules just themselves so sometimes it can be difficult to find ideas just keep that you've got a busy ongoing but definitely don't make some of these things we will seem last year are developing a little bit maybe yeah let me leave you with John's final final thoughts yeah so all of this sort reluctant when it comes to to I think in the industry we can be sort of a bit oh here's a shiny new toy everybody should be using it of course that's not the way that we're the worldwide only clients loose my school music store line there are you just getting started so so and so by doing and finally do I expect people to use all these things at once but I think you know what's used about being these sessions in future little insight in Inc with what what is being done what can be done and maybe just happen you can pick up one idea one of these links to improve your learnings I I think that's that's a step in the right in the right direction and I also certainly we get places by making small step not giant leaps so anything you use a wonderful a are we are learning experience next year please send us a link but but I think you know hope there's enough here we need to think about a lady to try and put in practice at some point 2017 thanks a lot on my positive now we're gonna get back to your day job and we will see that's you

4 Comments

  1. Mark Gill said:

    At the beginning of every year I take a moment to make three predictions in the e-learning industry. There are times where I am right, and others when I miss the mark. Either way, it’s fun to watch the evolution of e-learning!
    As 2018 has just ended it is time for me to have a look at my most recent predictions and give a self-assessment on how accurate I was now that 12 months are in the books. Below you will find my predictions and my estimated outcome of each. https://www.createonlineacademy.com/

    June 27, 2019
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  2. Jacquelyn de los Reyes said:

    Hey guys, just wanna share this exclusive session on Brain-Focused Learning Design with Dr. Bruce Hilliard, he will also be at the iDesign X live learning event at the Brisbane Convention Centre the following day so don't miss out on this opportunity and click this link for more details, http://bit.ly/2kl3JKc Cheers!

    June 27, 2019
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  3. John Curran said:

    Ann…I agree…we will use a better microphone and room next time. We had a problem with our original mic.

    June 27, 2019
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  4. Ann Barclay said:

    I'm sure this was probably a very good webinar, but the echo and distortion on the sound made it impossible to continue, sorry.

    June 27, 2019
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