- Link to 60 Minute Masters article
- Articulate Presentation - 60 Minutes Masters (Non-Audio Version!)
- 60 Minutes Course (Need to register. Free!)
- Previous related posts: 30-Minute Masters in Instructional Design (Clive Shepherd) & 50 Ideas + 15 tools for Free E-Learning
60 MINUTE MASTERS?
Kineo has collaborated with Clive Shepherd and InVision Learning to create a short course on rapid e-learning design. Entitled '60 Minute Masters' , the course provides subject experts and many others with the skills needed to design engaging, rapid e-learning materials for use in the workplace. The course is free. All you need to do is register. The course was showcased at the Devlearn conference in San Jose (Nov 5-8, 2007). The course was developed in a few short weeks (within the 21-day benchmark?), using the articulate authoring tool (Commercial tool!) , and is hosted in a Kineo LMS powered by Moodle, the open source LMS ...more
Secret rapid e-learning recipe? Blending great educators with easy-to-use commercial and open source tools to design effective and engaging courses efficiently!
I discovered this wonderful learning juice after exploring Helge Scherlund's excellent e-Learning news blog (Yes, if you are looking for e-learning juice, I would rather go there than here!). First, I suppose you will have fun swimming through the Articulate Presentation - 60 Minutes Masters (74 slides or pages!). Though, I have no idea why they are linking us to non-audio version for the audio version. However, they do hint that we should register for the 60 Minute Masters course, which I did. Hmm, I still seem to get the non-audio version. So, where can we get the audio version, too? I suppose they will make it available soon :)
Interestingly, the first example of the 30-Minute Masters ... has been re-branded as the existing '60 Minute Masters' course, because the way the script turned out 30 minutes was never going to be enough (Source)! I suppose they might discover soon that perhaps 90 minutes would be sufficient to master this course, and another 1-3 months of practice to master the art of rapid e-learning design. In short, you need to Practice, Practice, Practice!
- Rapid E-Learning - Just check it out!
- Kineo Free Reports - Kineo Reports (mostly in PDF format) are designed to provide you with the practical support you need to improve performance through blended and e-learning. A few juicy examples:
- How to Design Rapid E-learning - Stephen Walsh explains how rapid e-learning design is different -- and better -- than traditional methods.
- Sustaining performance in rapid e-learning - A free guide on how to ensure your learners get the best from rapid e-learning.
- E-Learning 2.0 - Steve Rayson explores the development of E-learning 2.0 and what it all means.
- Rapid E-learning Overview - Matt Fox explores the Rapid E-learning phenomenon.
- 13 Ways to Manage Informal Learning -13 ways to help facilitate what may account for 80% of your organisation's learning.
Overall, I believe this is only the tip of the iceberg of Kineo's wonderful arsenal of learning resources, and perhaps we should explore this site further to discover more amazing learning treasures.