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Alternate Methods for Delivering In-Service Training. Introduction. Procedures for today Why are we here? Focus on training/education for Extension employees Face to face instruction is very expensive We need to be more efficient with our time. Current modes training. Lecture

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Introduction

  • Procedures for today

  • Why are we here?

    • Focus on training/education for Extension employees

    • Face to face instruction is very expensive

    • We need to be more efficient with our time


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Current modes training

  • Lecture

  • Field tours

  • Demonstration

  • Hands-on


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Issues

  • Accessibility

  • Personal contacts

  • Production capacity/capability/responsibility

  • Development time


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Delivery Modes

  • Videotape

    • Pre-recorded presentation

  • Satellite

    • Live simultaneous presentation to multiple sites

  • Videoconference

    • Face-to-face interaction through the Internet

  • Streaming

    • Live simultaneous presentation to multiple sites through the Internet


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Videotape Production

  • Develop script

  • Schedule time

  • Assemble materials

  • Record and edit

  • Duplicate and distribute


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Specialist

Script and content

Guest speakers

Material (slides, data, copyright releases, etc.)

Promotion (with Comm.)

Communications

Videography

Studio access

Assist with graphics

Editing (w/consult of specialist)

Duplication

Delivery

Video Production: Responsibilities


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Pros

Standardized

Easily duplicated and delivered

Individual or group audience

Easy to combine multiple media

Inexpensive to distribute

Cons

No audience interaction

Can be expensive to produce

Video: Pros and Cons


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Satellite Production

  • Develop script

  • Schedule time (pre-program, satellite, uplink)

  • Assemble materials, record and edit

  • Promote program

  • Live program


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Specialist

Script and content

Guest speakers

Material (slides, data, copyright releases, etc.)

Promotion (with Comm.)

Communications

Videography

Studio access

Assist with graphics

Editing (w/consult of specialist)

Duplication

Delivery

Satellite Production: Responsibilities


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Pros

Live distribution to multiple sites (in and out state)

Can be recorded

Easily duplicated and can be used any time

More accessible panel of experts

Easy to combine multiple media

Cons

Can be expensive

Rigid deadline

Facilities may be limited

Two way interactive video difficult/expensive

Satellite: Pros and Cons


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Videoconferencing Production

  • Develop supplemental materials (PPT presentation, video clips, outline)

  • Schedule room and equipment (rooms on & off-campus)

  • Develop program

  • Promote program (correspond w/ participants)

  • Spontaneous interactive format


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Specialist

Script and content

Guest speakers

Material (PowerPoint, outline)

Promotion (correspond w/ participants)

Schedule meeting & equipment (on and off campus)

Consult w/ computer staff in delivery methods

CTU or A&M computer specialists

Access to video conferencing equipment on campus

Train instructors in operating the equipment

Assist with connection

Assist with incorporating PowerPoint & other clips

Collaborate w/ specialists in delivery methods

Videoconferencing Production: Responsibilities


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Pros

Practically free

Live and interactive distribution to multiple sites, up to 4 sites (in state and out of state)

Can be streamed

Can be recorded via streamed

Easy to combine multiple media

Cons

Specialist is responsible for room and equipment schedule

Facilities may be limited

Cannot accommodate more than 4 sites interactively

Videoconferencing: Pros and Cons


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Streaming Production

  • Develop supplemental materials (PowerPoint presentation, outline, electronic files)

  • Schedule network to record –CTU & A&M computer specialists

  • Develop program

  • Promote program (correspond with participants)

  • Produce program


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Specialist

Program content

Schedule with computer staff time to record conference

Guest speakers

Material (PowerPoint, Outline, electronic files)

Promotion (correspond with participants)

CTU or A&M computer specialists

Train instructors in operating the equipment

Assist with producing stream

Create web link

Assist with incorporating PowerPoint or other electronic files

Delivery

Maintain web site

Streaming Production: Responsibilities


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Pros

Practically free

Live and stored distribution

Can be used in conjunction with video conferencing

Can be seen any time

Easy to combine multiple media

Cons

Specialist is responsible for scheduling network to stream

Quality depends on connection

Currently cannot accommodate more than 25 sites (possibly more can access session with different software)

Two way interaction can be done through phone or email

Streaming: Pros and Cons


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Additional Modes

  • Correspondence (paper, e-mail, publications)

  • Audiotape

  • Teleconferencing

  • Compact Disc (CD)

  • Slides (35mm, PowerPoint)

  • WebCT, Blackboard, Netmeeting


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Putting It All Together

  • Instructional Design

  • Analyze audience

  • Consider styles

  • Construct content

  • Engage learners

  • Study effectiveness

  • Supply changes


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Close

  • You are already doing much of this

  • Modify current delivery modes

  • Your support system: computer and communications staffs on both campuses


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