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Getting Organised for using Multimedia in Learning

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Teachers and trainers often use tools and resources to assist learning. The past few years have seen a huge increase in the availability and use of various forms of audio-visual (AV) and other online media – video, animation, music, podcasts, photo sharing, blogs etc.
These tools and techniques are increasingly being incorporated into corporate and workplace training contexts—face-to-face, e-learning and blended delivery. Human Resources and other departments use tools and media to broaden the scope, efficiency and appeal of their training programs, often within tight budgets, deadlines and delivery constraints. Getting organised improves the efficiency of any course development.
With a whole world of multimedia possibility, navigating around the territory can be an exciting and productive process. With so many options, it’s sometimes overwhelming and difficult to know where to start. As with any learning, it’s always a great idea to examine your initial aims, objectives and training needs.
Learning requirements are typically expressed in terms of knowledge, skills, behaviour and attitude and are often documented in the form of a training plan, syllabus, unit of competence, performance criteria etc. These aims and objectives provide important structure and direction for the development of tools and resources used in any course or training program.
In this workshop you will:
• Analyse your training needs with reference to delivery requirements and potential use of media
• Become aware of the scope and potential of using media tools and audio visual in training
• Identify and locate various online and other multimedia tools
• Use online tools to create a simple learning resource
• Become aware of the many benefits of using multimedia in learning
• Plan for your own learning requirements, incorporating media in your training program.
Please Note: To get the most out of this workshop, participants are encouraged to bring a sample of their own training documentation and/or aims and objectives (where available).
Duration: 3 hours (face-to-face)

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Getting Organised for using Multimedia in Learning

  1. 1. Getting Organised for using Multimedia in Learning
  2. 2. WELCOME Parryville Media Video, print & online production Instructional design Educational consulting mark@parryville.com.au www.parryville.com.au www.youtube.com/parryvillemedia Mark Parry is an instructional designer and media producer from Sydney. Mark runs an educational consulting and media production business - Parryville Media - producing print, video and e-learning resources for various organisations. Mark completed Bachelor of Education (Science) and Master of Arts (Media) and currently teaches Educational Technology and Documentary Production.
  3. 3. Workshop schedule
  4. 4. Teachers and trainers often use tools and resources to assist learning. The past few years have seen a huge increase in the availability and use of various forms of audio-visual (AV) and other online media – video, animation, music, podcasts, photo sharing, blogs etc.
  5. 5. These tools and techniques are increasingly being incorporated into corporate and workplace training contexts—face-to-face, e-learning and blended delivery. Human Resources and other departments use tools and media to broaden the scope, efficiency and appeal of their training programs, often within tight budgets, deadlines and delivery constraints. Getting organised improves the efficiency of any course development.
  6. 6. With a whole world of multimedia possibility, navigating around the territory can be an exciting and productive process. With so many options, it’s sometimes overwhelmingand difficult to know where to start. As with any learning, it’s always a great idea to examine your initial aims, objectives and training needs.
  7. 7. Learning requirements are typically expressed in terms of knowledge, skills, behaviour and attitude and are often documented in the form of a training plan, syllabus, unit of competence, performance criteria etc. These aims and objectives provide important structure and direction for the development of tools and resources used in any course or training program.
  8. 8. Three core messages (in plain language, without stating the obvious!) 1. “…You’ll get a better results if you base your professional development or training program on curriculum documents, training framework or a simple professional reflection and action plan…”. 2. “…Using even simple media (video, pdf, photos, audio etc) can make your entire training approach more efficient, effective, engaging, colourful…”. 3. “…Effectively using media in training requires planning, strategy, consideration, organising, curriculum mapping…”.
  9. 9. In this workshop you will: • Analyse your training needs with reference to delivery requirements and potential use of media • Become aware of the scope and potential of using media tools and audio visual in training • Identify and locate various online and other multimedia tools • Use online tools to create a simple learning resource • Become aware of the many benefits of using multimedia in learning • Plan for your own learning requirements, incorporating media in your training program.
  10. 10. Your Learning requirements • Please Note: To get the most out of this workshop, participants are encouraged to bring a sample of their own training documentation and/or aims and objectives (where available).
  11. 11. WHERE TO START? • Course development • Day to day tasks • Media selection • Learning outcomes • On the job tasks • Changes in processes, procedures, equipment etc • Textbook approach might be too advanced, complex • Meet workforce where they are at • Simple enough to be exciting ?
  12. 12. Training-related chats • ISO frameworks • Compliance training • Cost saving • Staff capability development • Activity-based learning • Fire and evacuation training • Process-driven training • Flipped-classroom approach • How to fill in a flex sheet • Role play • Soft skills • legislation • Public service commission • Policies and procedures • Ongoing, refresher • Geographically diverse • Holistic-training • Computer systems • Induction training • Telephone technique (complaints) !
  13. 13. •Chat to your workshop neighbour 3 minutes
  14. 14. Course development
  15. 15. • Course development
  16. 16. • Turfgrass Maintenance Mowing, watering, fertilizing, cultivating and controlling thatch on greens and fairways for optimal effect and minimal cost. • Turfgrass Weeds I Introduction to the most common weed problems in golf course turfgrass. • Introduction to Soils Physical properties of soils, including soil texture, structure, density, soil water and drainage, and soil surveys are explored. • Irrigation Principles I Options and proper procedures for repair of pipes, wires, valves, sprinkler heads, and controllers. Troubleshoot and diagnose wiring problems and control systems, and develop maintenance and repair skills. • Botany of Turfgrass and Ornamentals Structure, function, physiology, growth and development of higher plants. • Business Communication Techniques to improve your written communication skills, including resume building. • Mower Technology and Reel Grinding Look at critical aspects of mower selection, set up and maintenance. Understand how cutting units operate to better develop a maintenance routine that will get the most out of your equipment.
  17. 17. Example: Delegating duties • Personal attributes: • Autonomy • Ability to delegate • Self-direction • Responsibility • Knowledge and Skills: • Planning • Processes and procedures Tips for principals: Nominating a PD delegate 5 X 3 min videos for Board of Studies & Educational Standards (BOSTES)
  18. 18. Connections knowledge skills delivery mode personal attributes media tools workplace documents delivery context Learners course development job role
  19. 19. Organisational context Time Budget Resources Legislation Training framework
  20. 20. ADDIE MODEL 1. Analyse
  21. 21. Training frameworks
  22. 22. KNOWLEDGE • Roles • Responsibilities • Legislation • Policies • Procedures • Protocols • Techniques • Terminology…
  23. 23. KNOWLEDGE 5 minutes
  24. 24. SKILLS • Communicate • Identify • Implement • Clarify • Adjust • Report • Prepare…
  25. 25. SKILLS 5 minutes
  26. 26. PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES • Autonomy • Responsibility • Integrity • Ethics • Honesty • Trust • Collegiality • Cultural awareness…
  27. 27. PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES 5 minutes
  28. 28. DELIVERY MODES • E-learning (eg online course, intranet) • Face-to-face (eg conventional workshop) • Blended (eg readings online, workshop activities) • External trainer (eg training day off-site) • On-the-job (eg printed instruction card)
  29. 29. DETERMINED BY: Importance?
  30. 30. DELIVERY MODES 5 minutes
  31. 31. MEDIA TOOLS • Video (eg DVD, internet, intranet) • Audio (eg CD, mp3, streaming) • Photographs (eg online album, prints) • Illustrations (eg workflow diagram) • PDF (eg policy document, form, instructions) • Web page (eg intranet) • Print (eg Book, Poster, How-to instructions) • Computer interactive (eg online quiz) • Online course (eg e-learning module) • Augmented reality (eg QR codes)
  32. 32. Example: Print Single page (office printer, laminated) 70 page book (4-colour commercial printing/binding)
  33. 33. Media tools and delivery modes Print-out discussed in detail at training workshops Electronic PDF version available on intranet Print-out provided to new staff at induction Print-out displayed around workspace Print-out used to support ongoing discussions Electronic PDF version emailed to all staff
  34. 34. Media tools and delivery modes Print-out discussed in training workshops Print-out laminated, along with other procedures, and kept in maintenance cart. Printed poster displayed around work shed Print-out used in staff-support discussions Print-outs of all procedures kept in training folder on shelf in work shed.
  35. 35. MEDIA TOOLS 5 minutes
  36. 36. • Create Easy Infographics, Reports, Presentations piktochart.com • Piktochart is an easy infographic design app that requires very little effort to produce beautiful, high quality graphics. Make your own infographics here.
  37. 37. INFOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY Describe the simple steps involved in a complex workplace process or procedure 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 20 minutes
  38. 38. goanimate.com • Make Professional Animated Videos Easy learning curve. Low budget. Simple do-it-yourself tools. animoto.com • Turn your photos and music into stunning video slideshows. You provide the photos, you pick the song, and we'll add the magic. pixton.com • Pixton is an online comic making tool used by millions that empowers anyone to create unique, expressive comics without having to draw.
  39. 39. Coffee break
  40. 40. INSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES (FOR VIDEO) • Skill demonstration (eg how to plan and conduct a safety drill) • Show-and-tell (eg how your department solved a problem) • Narrative/drama (eg dealing with customer complaints on phone) • Narration, instructions (eg how to complete a form step-by-step) • Model optimal practice (eg demonstration of suitable skill, attitude etc) • Documentary-style (eg overview of department’s role) • Endorsement (eg “champion” interview with CEO) • Interview (eg interview with industry leader or local expert) • Other
  41. 41. Example 1 : Delegating duties • Personal attributes: • Autonomy • Ability to delegate • Self-direction • Responsibility • Knowledge and Skills: • Planning • Processes and procedures Tips for principals: Nominating a PD delegate 5 X 3 min videos for Board of Studies & Educational Standards (BOSTES)
  42. 42. Example 2: Software skills • Knowledge and Skills related to using HIA website: • creating an account • logging in • searching for information • using the My HIA dashboard • using the HIA online shop HIA Website – Searching for Information Help videos for Housing Industry Association (HIA)
  43. 43. Example 3: Subject Matter Expert (SME) • Industry-specific knowledge: • The Economic Environment • Investment Analysis in Financial Markets • Financial Market Products • The Dealing Process • The Regulatory Environment • Risk and Risk Management Frameworks • Aligned with text-book chapters AFMA - The Economic Environment 7 X 20-min videos for Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA)
  44. 44. Example 4: Narrative • Clinical knowledge, skills and personal attributes • Combination of dramatic narratives and Subject Matter Expert (SME) clips Dramatic Clinical Scenario 12 X 3 mins clips for Royal Australian College of Physicians (RACP)
  45. 45. INSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES 5-10 minutes
  46. 46. DETERMINED BY: Importance?
  47. 47. Connections knowledge skills delivery mode personal attributes media tools workplace documents delivery context Learners course development job role
  48. 48. •Present group summaries •Gather questions •Develop action plan
  49. 49. Questions & Answers Q A 15 minutes

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