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Distance Learning Delivery Models. Kristin Lofblad Fall 2007. Topics. Glossary Online Pre-Work Course-Level Delivery Models Session-Level Delivery Models Development Process / Roles Online Community Don’t Forget!. Topics. Glossary Online Pre-Work Course-Level Delivery Models

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Distance LearningDelivery Models

Kristin Lofblad

Fall 2007


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Topics

Glossary

Online Pre-Work

Course-Level Delivery Models

Session-Level Delivery Models

Development Process / Roles

Online Community

Don’t Forget!


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Topics

Glossary

Online Pre-Work

Course-Level Delivery Models

Session-Level Delivery Models

Development Process / Roles

Online Community

Don’t Forget!



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Topics

Glossary

Online Pre-Work

Course-Level Delivery Models

Session-Level Delivery Models

Development Process / Roles

Online Community

Don’t Forget!


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Online Pre-Work

  • Think of this as a “mod 0,” designed to get everyone up to speed on certain content so that faculty member can assume standard basic knowledge of certain content from first day of class. (That class can be online, hybrid, or F2F.)

  • Could also provide pre-work for a cohort or population on a skill set but not for a particular course (such as an online writing workshop for international students before the semester starts)

  • Can be a combination of synchronous, asynchronous, and/or stand-alone skill-building

  • Created from scratch or extracted from F2F course


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Online Pre-Work

F2F

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S

S

S

A

A

A

A

SASB

SASB

SASB

SASB

F2F


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Topics

Glossary

Online Pre-Work

Course-Level Delivery Models

Session-Level Delivery Models

Development Process / Roles

Online Community

Don’t Forget!


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Course-Level Delivery Models

Hybrid Course Delivery

Fully Online Course

Tiered Delivery

Simultaneous Delivery


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Hybrid Course Delivery

  • Part online, part F2F

  • Online portion can be a combination of synchronous, asynchronous, and/or stand-alone skill-building

  • Created from scratch or converted from F2F course

  • Difference between online pre-work and this model is that the online pre-work is outside the content of the course, while in this model part of the course content is delivered online


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Hybrid Course Delivery

F2F

S

S

S

S

A

A

A

A

SASB

SASB

SASB

SASB

F2F

F2F


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Fully Online Course

S

A

SASB

  • Can be a combination of synchronous, asynchronous, and/or stand-alone skill-building

  • Created from scratch or converted from F2F course


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Tiered Delivery

F2F

S

S

S

A

A

A

SASB

SASB

SASB

SASB

SASB

SASB

SASB

SASB

SASB

SASB

SASB

A further sub-set also gets access to F2F experiences

A sub-set also gets access to the stand-alone materials with online interaction with faculty (synchronous and/or asynchronous)

Large group gets access to a stand-alone skill-building version of course materials for largely independent learning

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Simultaneous Delivery

The next level!

  • Could be at course or session level

  • Potential uses:

    • Faculty is remote, students are in physical classroom

    • Some students are F2F, some students are online

    • Virtual class speaker(s) visit F2F class session

F2F

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S

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Topics

Glossary

Online Pre-Work

Course-Level Delivery Models

Session-Level Delivery Models

Development Process / Roles

Online Community

Don’t Forget!


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Session-Level Delivery Models

S

Synchronous (virtually in real time)

Asynchronous (virtually not in real time)

Stand-alone skill-building (on- or off-line)

A

SASB


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Synchronous Delivery

S

  • Potential deliveries:

    • Conference call

    • Video conference

    • Web conference

  • Potential uses:

    • Virtual class sessions

    • Simultaneous delivery of class session

    • Virtual guest speaker

    • Virtual section meetings and office hours

    • Student collaboration

    • Webinars and other events


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Synchronous Delivery

S

  • Pros:

    • Similar to face-to-face

    • Phone and video are familiar to users

    • One-way delivery is effective way to reach large groups at once

    • Web conference is recordable for later playback

  • Cons:

    • “Real time” means everyone needs to be available at same time – can be difficult for scheduling

    • Conference call does not capture visuals; video conference costs money and requires specialized technology at both ends; web conference requires training on pedagogy and tool

    • Goes at the pace of the moderator, which might not be at pace for every learner


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Asynchronous Delivery

A

  • Potential deliveries:

    • Discussion board

    • Blog

  • Potential uses:

    • Case discussion

    • Debates

    • Qualitative course content

    • Online journals

    • FAQs


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Asynchronous Delivery

A

  • Pros:

    • Enables learners to log on and participate when it best meets their schedule

    • Asynchronous = more responsive to individual learning pace

  • Cons:

    • Can lose momentum of synchronous delivery

    • More complicated to plan and deliver

    • Requires a shift in thinking about pedagogy and delivery

    • Use with large groups requires many facilitators – can get expensive and administratively complex


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Stand-Alone Skill-Building

SASB

  • Potential deliveries:

    • Online

    • CD / DVD

    • Offline

  • Potential types:

    • Online tutorials

    • Interactive lessons

    • E-lectures

    • Video chapters

    • Video and audio clips

    • Readings


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Stand-Alone Skill-Building

SASB

  • Pros:

    • Enables learners to log on and participate when it best meets their schedule

    • Stand-alone = more responsive to individual learning pace

    • If done well, very scalable

  • Cons:

    • Development is expensive and time-consuming

    • Lack of direction/context-setting from facilitator can cause some learners to feel lost or be disinclined to complete work


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Topics

Glossary

Online Pre-Work

Course-Level Delivery Models

Session-Level Delivery Models

Development Process / Roles

Online Community

Don’t Forget!


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Development Process

  • Internal kick-off meeting:

    • Create project plan

    • Agree on roles

    • Schedule regular planning meetings

  • Instructional design phase

  • Asset development phase

  • Technical training on delivery tools

  • Course site creation/population

  • Instructor and student guide creation

  • Launch!


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Roles

may be one person

  • Subject matter expert

  • Project manager

  • Instructional designer

  • Instructional technologist

  • Tools trainer

  • Tech support

may be ID, IT, or other


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Topics

Glossary 

Online Pre-Work

Course-Level Delivery Models

Session-Level Delivery Models

Development Process / Roles

Online Community

Don’t Forget!


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Online Community

  • Not related to a particular course

  • Idea is to share knowledge and learn from each other

  • Typically includes stand-alone skill-building, but could have synchronous and asynchronous elements (especially for “stickiness”)

  • Could re-purpose content from other sources (pre-work, session, or course[s])

  • Biggest challenges:

    • Non-technical: retaining engagement

    • Technical: providing access to restricted areas


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Online Community Features

  • One-way communication:

    • Text, images, digital assets, documents available for download, links to other sites/resources

  • Interactive opportunities:

    • Wikis, blogs, discussion boards, webinars, shared content repositories, associated list serv, and so on

  • Nice-to-have features:

    • RSS feed or “welcome back” feature outlining site updates, social networking features


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Topics

Glossary 

Online Pre-Work

Course-Level Delivery Models

Session-Level Delivery Models

Development Process / Roles

Online Community

Don’t Forget!


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Don’t Forget!

  • Learning first, technology second

  • Universal design principles

  • Minimum system requirements

  • Infrastructure requirements

  • Resources (pedagogical consultation, facilities, technologies, technical support)

  • Time on task (development and delivery) for faculty, students, IT

  • Formative and summative evaluation


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Questions? Comments?

Contact me:

Kristin Lofblad

[email protected]

Thank you!


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