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Utilizing E-Learning Technology to Connect with Students Elizabeth A. Value Student Success Planning Services Sinclair Community College CODE: 271

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Sinclair Community College A urban junior college of 22,000 understudies in Dayton, Ohio. Established regarding the YMCA, Sinclair has 2 extra grounds at neighborhood YMCAs and a territorial grounds situated in Mason, Ohio. Vanguard Learning College by the League for Innovation in the Community College "Accomplishing the Dream: Community Colleges Count" school.

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What is E-Learning Technology? A virtual learning environment (VLE) where a product framework is used to bolster educating and learning. Initially made for separation training, VLEs are presently regularly used to supplement in-class adapting, normally known as a Blended Learning Classroom .

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Similar Brands of E-Learning Angel (Sinclair\'s decision) Blackboard WebCT (now possessed by Blackboard) Desire2Learn Moodle SITOS Claroline Scholar360 eFront Apex Learning eCollege ILIAS Stud E ous Saba

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Sinclair\'s Use Designed to advance the achievement of at-danger understudies in the SSP (ILP) program From the primary entrance, understudies are consequently connected to the Angel ® (e-learning programming) website. Most classes have locales on Angel ® . Understudy use is high: enlistment, grades, email, class destinations, monetary guide document and so on... Executed October, 2007.

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Overview Role of E-learning Systems in Advising Communication device Resource site Data framework 5-Cs of Implementation Pros and Cons Results

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The Role of E-Learning Technology in the Advising Process Communication Tool Resource Site Data System

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Communication Tool Perhaps the most helpful part of E-learning innovation in the prompting procedure is its capacity to interface and speak with understudies in a wide range of ways. Timetable Announcements Email Newsletter Surveys Forums/Bulletins/Posts

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Communication 1 Calendar Provides an outline of vital dates Notifies the understudy on the day Can give insights about the occasion Student can download to convenient electronic gadget

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Change Layout to Day, Week, Month or Year Export to compact electronic gadget

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Appears on the group home website

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Calendar likewise shows up on the primary gateway

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Communication 2 Announcements Provide moment data presented on the fundamental entrance and group webpage. Less meddling than email. Awesome for focusing on understudies who don\'t read email – latent, no exertion on the understudy\'s part.

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Appears on the primary gateway without understudy setting off to the group site

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Communication 3 Email Sends email to all understudies in the framework or gatherings of understudies (for instance, understudies with specific majors). Tracks who has perused the message. Can send email to the school/college email account too. Secures the personality of beneficiaries.

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To figure out who read the email and when

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Al-Haik, Marwan Artz, Dana Back, Kristie Back, Travis Barga, Wanda Sue Boyd, Pamela Burton, Audrey Chaney, Cameron Culver, Terry Desch, Glenda Graham, Christy Kepler, Matthew Kepler, Melissa Lopez, Arturo Matheny, Donna Mullins, Lilia Mae Price, Franklin Price, Roger Robinson, Brenda Shoemaker, Sarah Sinclair, Angela Simpson, Margret

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Resources/Tools Documents, records, or connections can be added to the site for understudy use. Less demanding to redesign than a site. Shields data from untouchables. Can limit access to specific gatherings or people inside the group.

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Collecting Data Many brands of e-learning innovation have approaches to gather information. Blessed messenger ® indicates complete tallies, recurrence of individual understudy use, sign in times, territories went to.

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Al-Haik, Marwan Artz, Dana Back, Kristie Back, Travis Barga, Wanda Sue Boyd, Pamela Burton, Audrey Chaney, Cameron Culver, Terry Desch, Glenda Graham, Christy Kepler, Melissa Lopez, Arturo Matheny, Donna Mullins, Lilia Mae Price, Franklin

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The 5-C s of Implementation C ontact C ollaborate C reate C ollect C orrect

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1 C ontact Contact IT to figure out whether it is conceivable. Regularly there is a man responsible for the e-learning programming who can kick you off.

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2 C ollaborate Collaborate with associates, staff, understudies, understudy laborers, and so on… . The same inquiries I gave may be helpful. Get understudy workers/volunteers to assist on the off chance that you are new to the e-learning programming. *Good for building knowledge.

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3 C reate Create the site. You may require preparing to take in the essentials. Settle on the subject/center of your site. What will the design be? Format: what will you incorporate? Connecting your webpage to other office\'s sites decreases the upgrading work load.

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4 C ollect Determine what data is required to load understudies on the site. Gather the data required and stack each understudy I "mass-stacked" every one of the 2,500+ understudies at one time. IT can let you know whether that is conceivable.

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5 C orrect Correct the understudy list by including and erasing understudies Correct data: particularly dates. Connecting to different grounds locales is a path around this. Include and erase content: joins, schedule data, declarations and so forth…

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Pros : Students are educated .  Even on the off chance that they don\'t tap on our site, declarations and logbook dates show up naturally on their principle gateway page. One spot for data. Before, this data was on a wide range of destinations or not anywhere.  On their turf . Many are utilizing this innovation as of now – it\'s in the understudy society. An association with our office. Rather than sitting on their inquiries, they ask through email. It\'s less meddling. Additionally, the site demonstrates they have an office/consultant supporting them.

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Cons: Lots of work and time. It takes a lot of vitality making a helpful site with connections, content data, redesigned schedule, and announcements.  Never finishing process. The site should be upgraded regularly.  Emails and declarations. There are additionally numerous messages that understudies send through the group bunch that must be addressed.  Point Person. Recognize somebody who has time and will make, oversee, and overhaul the site.

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Data for Winter Quarter 1 st Full Quarter 3050 enrolled clients starting 3/21/2007 4932 aggregate understudy hits 6 mass messages 28 messages from understudies 12 declarations 1519 one of a kind understudy hits on the "substance" area. 6750 aggregate understudy hits on "substance" Numerous viewings of declarations and timetable without signing on to the site: not traceable.

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Part of SSP/ILP Programs for at-danger understudies

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Questions? Sinclair Community College Student Success Planning Services 444 West Third Street Dayton, Ohio 45402-1460 Elizabeth A. Cost, M.S.Ed. Post-Transition ILP & Early Alert Coordinator Phone: (937) 512-2449 Fax: (937) 512-2392 elizabeth.price@sinclair.edu *Information on the broadly perceived system for at-danger understudies at Sinclair Community College can be found at www.sinclair.edu/bolster/achievement

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