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  1. The role of live elearning in education and training systems Desmond Keegan and Paul Landers Ericsson Education Dublin

  2. Ericsson Education • Ericsson Education Dublin as part of Ericsson Global Services is one of the leading providers of training solutions to the telecoms industry • 20 equipped classrooms with access to in-house labs • Auditorium seating 80 with full multimedia facilities • Multmedia based learning laboratory • In-house fixed and mobile networks (2G, 2.5G, 3G)

  3. Distance Education and Open Universities European Systems American Systems Individual-based Group-based and Individual-based

  4. e-learning European Systems American Systems Individual-based Group-based and Individual-based

  5. Pedagogical advantages of live elearning • Teacher and student are separated in space but not in time • The pedagogical structure of the class assembled at a fixed time and for a fixed period is restored • A WWW browser is used as an important delivery medium • Voice contact between the teacher and the students and, at times, between student and teacher is restored • Student study is paced by the virtual classroom sessions

  6. Pedagogical advantages of live elearning • Breakout rooms for small group discussions and web safaris for use of the WWW are available • Communication is managed electronically • Pedagogical features of elearning like video broadcasts, text chat, whiteboards, Power Point type presentations and application sharing are available • Students have the advantages of the flexibility of studying on their own and the social advantages of belonging to a learning group

  7. Virtual Classrooms in Educational Provision • The purpose of the project is to analyse, evaluate and document the use synchronous elearning systems (virtual classroom systems) in academic and corporate institutions in Europe. • Other key outputs from the project will include a suite of reusable Virtual Classroom courseware as well as a comprehensive manual of good practice for all target groups embarking on the use of virtual training scenarios • http://learning.ericsson.net/virtual/

  8. Implementation of live elearning (VCT)

  9. Return on Investment Assumptions • Assume 4 regions, 125 students to be trained • For ILT (Instructor-led training) 80% (100) of students must travel. For VCT 0% travel. • Lost time (opportunity time) per student = 5 hours • Hourly cost = €80

  10. Return on Investment

  11. Deployment issues • Instructor Competence • Centra Champions • Administration Issues (booking, course material, tracking etc) • Customer awareness and acceptance • IS/IT requirements

  12. http://www.centra.com/demovideo/index.asp