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E-learning class structure

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on 11 August 2015

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Transcript of E-learning class structure

Each one of the main topics
We need a document paraphrasing everything we want to say about it. This document will be available to students to download for further studies.
How does he acquirer information
Step 1: The experts are not here to fill in the documentation forms. That job is the Content coordinator's job.
Expert help
Our experts are invited to be part of our presentations, We are looking for real life examples , real experiences about the topic at hand. They can participate by various methods.
After the doc is finished
We begin to break it down into sections, these sections will create the different parts of our class. We take the document and create bullet points and start to create the presentation , remember that each class has one presentation which is the main class and can have various sub topics.
So let's get started
1st, We have to have the course name.
Let's recap
E-learning class structure
Intro de Vetiver
2nd, List of the important topics to discuss



Who is in charge?
Content Coordinator
Daniel Londoño
Step 2; Once you have the topic at hand you begin to compile as much info, via documents, pdf, websites, articles.
Step 3: Ask the experts to send emails or personal info about a certain topic. this will help you fill out the class pdf. This can also be done in video form where we ask questions via skype and tape the whole thing, from there we can make the text ourselves.
Step: The PC will then discuss the topics that are to be taught with the expert where there has to be a consensus on which topics are the most appropriate.
By this stage , we have vast documentation about a specific topic and we have a document with all the info we want to teach.
From all the material that we have collected we have to start to create our course master document with all of the info we are planning to teach.
Remember there is a lot of info available, we have to be able to extract info from the stuff we have.
Chose one topic and meet with us via Skype and talk about it with us, We tape the talk and edit it and insert it into our video.
They can write a personal letter about what they really believe has helped them and why they think this s relevant.
The experts can not be content creators.
To create our class.
When we have all of the content ready we then start to creat a prexi presentation, from there we begin to talk and tape ourselves inside the presentation.
When we finish, then we start to create all the evaluations for our new class. Each class has an evaluation set up in three different modes
What do we do?
When you have the doc with the content we can help to outline the topics that we have to discuss and help map out the presentation.

We will film Daniel and edit the video to make it part of the presentation.
We will do all the course outline and put it all together into a e-learning course.
We have designed the web templates to embed into our platform.
this part is general knowledge. Daniel you have to take what you like the most and what you think we should teach
i love this part to be a video with the story that daniel told us one day.
these ideas are found everywhere t we are doing different is the way we talk about it and present the ideas.
this will be avaable as extra class readings
This an example of dick's intro to vetiver course
we put the info into presentations
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