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E LEARNING

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SHIVIDH TIWARI

on 19 May 2014

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Transcript of E LEARNING

What is E-Learning
Why E-Learning
Types of E-Learning
Different levels of E-Learning
Applications of E-Learning
Steps involved in developing the E-Learning application
Graphical design process
Resources involved
Role of an Instructional Designer
Documents involved in the process
Graphics development process
Role of a Graphics Designer
Tools used in Graphics
Levels involved in E-Learning
Types of E-Learning
Why E-Learning
Scalable, Efficient and Fast :
Enables the user with an option "at your own pace and at your own place"
Saves time and cost
There are no travels involved, as it isa web based program, hence saves time as well as cost
Self Paced learning
Student or a learner can learn according to his/her grasping capability
Flexibility
Anywhere and anytime learning
Cross-platform Support
Accessible on any platform

BY SHIVIDH TIWARI
E-LEARNING
Transfer of knowledge,
skills and content through
electronic media
Use of information and
communication
technologies
Flexible for today’s busy
professionals
Enables people to learn
anytime and anywhere

What is E-Learning
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Identify the requirements and gathering the contents
Objective, tools, budget etc are finalized
Sorting and reorganizing the content
Primary(major) and secondary (add-on) information are gathered
Develop Storyboard
Provides complete lesson information
Includes text, graphics and elements along with audio, video and other elements of the content
Review Storyboard and develop the course
Storyboard is reviewed and finalized
Course is developed
Quality Assurance and Testing
Quality Check(QC) department checks the quality of the course
Final testing is done to check any bugs in the program before publishing
Publish and Deploy
The final course is published and deployed at the clients' end
E-Learning application is
developed
Steps involved in developing an E-Learning application
Applications of E-Learning
Energy
Defense
Transportation
Banking
Hospitality
Aerospace
Education
E-Learning
Synchronous
Involves exchange of ideas and information with participants during same period of time
Asynchronous
Allows participants to engage in the exchange of ideas without the dependency on others
Resources involved in a Graphical
design process
Project Leader
Team Leader
Subject matter expertise/Instructional Designer
Graphical Artist
Graphical Designer
Programmer
LMS Team
Documents involved in the process
Input document
Story Board (Reference Guide)
Audio Transcript
MOM
Quality control/Bug sheet
Project status sheet
Graphical Chart
Project plan (Timeline)
Other resources
Graphics Development process
Role of a Graphics Designer
Preparation of Graphics charter
Screen alignment
Presentation standards
Font size
Text
Alignment
Word spacing
Image
Audio
Screen
Tools used in Graphics
3Ds Max Image
Adobe Flash
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Captive
Adobe Captivate
Adobe Premier
Sony Sound Forge
XML
After Effect
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