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Implementation and Management of E-learning Projects
Fundamentals of Distance Education
Introduction to project management in education.
An educational project is an instrument of planning and management, which makes possible the inclusion of the majority of the members of an educational community.
Fundamentals of Distance Education
The important technological progress that allows offering educational services to different users, regardless of their location. y The great demand of students to enter the different educational levels, y The difficulty to invest in the construction of buildings and educational campuses y The need to lower costs, based on the optimization of material and human resources.
New information and communication technology tools have brought about a profound change in the way individuals communicate and interact with each other.
Training for Trainers.
Is a line of work of the coordination of training and innovation for teaching, focused on training and improving the performance of teachers in charge of facilitating academic training events.
Planning, development and evaluation in training.
Es clave para asegurar la calidad de las acciones que llevas a cabo dentro del aula y para el desarrollo de las competencias deseadas.
Quality in training processes.
True quality education must be continuous, knowledge-providing, updatable, in touch with existing ways of thinking and at all times a creator of transformations.
E-learning systems for training support
Accreditation of online courses, programs and technologies.
The accreditation of courses is a double advantage both for the CENTERS that submit their training actions to certification, allowing them to increase their level of prestige and reliability, and for the students, who know that they will be acquiring a qualification.
Structuring and design of online training plans and curricula.
The e-learning curriculum design adopts the modular structure (since there is a curriculum with this organization). Moreover, for an e-learning course, it is considered the most appropriate because it proposes the organization of knowledge based on the problematization of problems.
Elaboration of training contents.
Analysis of the needs of the group to be trained
Analysis of the profile of the group to be trained
Selection and documentation of the subject matter
Management of an e-learning campus
E-learning platforms constitute the technical support of VCs conceived either as the set of teaching and learning spaces of an institution, the University, or as a set of teaching and learning spaces of an institution, the University.
Implies taking as a starting point three axes of analysis of organizational development that will allow us to analyze the theoretical-practical foundation
E-learning campus management processes
Detect the need of change.
Plan for change
Elaboration of the e-Learning project
For an e-learning project to be successful, it must start from a key premise: promoting change, innovation and improvement in the organization.
Application of a TEL (Technology Enhanced Learning) system with LMS (Learning Management System) support for the support of educational processes.
Creation of a TEL campus (CTEL)
Creating and managing the virtual classrooms that best suit your needs can be done by building a campus using proprietary or open source software.
Services for the management of CTEL's organizational architecture.
Is the way in which the organization is managed, and is made up of the positions and personnel, the functions of each of its components and the relationships established internally.
CMS (Content Management System) services: edition and management of documents and training contents.
WCM is software used to create, manage, store and display content on web pages.
ECM is the technology behind the capture, management, preservation and distribution of content and documents related to business processes.
Training evaluation services.
The process is intended to measure the impact of training within the company and at the individual professional level.
Synchronous and asynchronous communication services. Implicit or explicit communication flows.
Asynchronous user-to-user communication: when the content is sent by a sender to a specific receiver, as in the case of an SMS.
Synchronous user-to-user communication: for personalized and simultaneous conversations, such as a Skype call.
The purpose of a learning management system (LMS) is to empower Learning and Development (L&D) departments with training and development for their learners, so they can continue the growth and success of a company and ultimately generate revenue.
Training management with e-learning
Fundamentals and characteristics
E-learning is a training modality strongly based on information and communication technologies, also called "virtual training", "online training.
Direct interaction with the contents is promoted.
Intensive use of ICT.
Geographically or temporally dispersed users.
Management of an e-learning department.
Is a pedagogical model developed to respond to the learning needs of students, this model must be integrated and must guide the entire organizational dynamics of the institution.
Academic management of e-learning projects.
Allows students to lead and manage an e-learning project, learning how to create virtual workspaces made up of information resources
Management of the processes of administration and management of technological environments and participants of an e-learning project.
E-learning shows the planning processes inherent to any educational action. The preparation of the educational action, its development and the dynamics of evaluation are some of the processes that become evident.
Operational processes I: program production management, marketing and recruitment.
Fundamentals and characteristics
Marketing as an exchange between two parties: Marketing exists when the potential customer decides to satisfy his needs by means of an exchange. Strategic marketing consists of the exchange between several parties with the objective of achieving a mutual benefit.
Management of the production of an e-learning program.
It is necessary to use the SWOT matrix tool in order to identify the weaknesses, opportunities, strengths and threats of the project, which will eventually allow us to propose the necessary strategies to move the project forward.
Dissemination and marketing management of an e-learning program.
The use of social networks and blogs as pedagogical and dissemination elements of a training activity.
Administration of e-learning courses.
The person in charge of administering the course or content is responsible for organizing the presentation, sequencing, planning of the work.
Operational Processes II: Educational, technological, financial and budgetary management.
Fundamentals and characteristics.
Financial management in an academic institution refers to the essential tasks of resource mobilization and investment decisions.
Teaching management processes using TIC.
Is objectified in digital artifacts, whose use is expressed in intuitive and complementary actions to which teachers resort to facilitate understanding and their daily task.
Economic management of e-learning institutions or departments.
Making decisions about management processes is one of the most important tasks of universities; these decisions are based on a well-structured planning process and on strategies that lead to the fulfillment of the institutional mission.
Economic management of e-learning projects.
Consists of determining the financial and human resources required to carry out a project and calculating the cost of the project.