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 Mid-Level Maintenance
 Online Train-the-Trainer
Introduction to MeetingCenter

Presentation Window
•   Where instructor‟s slides appear
•   You can resize it without affecting others‟ screens
•   Best to keep it at default size—all of the lesson slides
    correspond to material in your Participant‟s Manual
Introduction to MeetingCenter

Presentation Window
Raising Your Hand
•   Icon to click on your screen
•   Prevents participants‟ audio from
    getting scrambled when people
    talk at once
Introduction to MeetingCenter

Presentation Window
Raising Your Hand
Typing Remarks
•   Your questions
•   Your answers to questions
•   Your comments
•   Selecting who can see your remarks
 Introduction to MeetingCenter
Presentation Window
Raising Your Hand
Typing Remarks
•      Appears in upper-right portion of screen
•      Helps instructor know if the class
       understands what is being presented
•      Not scored
•      Answer this one
 Introduction to MeetingCenter
Presentation Window
Raising Your Hand
Typing Remarks
Drawing on Presentation Window
•      You can draw on presenter‟s screen
•      Ask question, make point, highlight
•      Does not mark original and can be erased
Course Guidelines
 Watch background noise – use mute
  if needed
 Keep distractions to a minimum
 Participate and have fun!
 Notify via chat when you must leave
 Use the “raise hand” feature
What was your Biggest
Training Disaster?

    Add Picture of Car Crash Here

   What did you learn?
                                    (AP Photo/David Graham)
Attention: Online Trainers
Flexibility and Teamwork Required

                       (AP Photo / Russ Hamilton).
   Mistakes create important
   “teachable moment” Why?

Online Learning: Timely Feedback
       & Safe Environment
Today’s Objectives

1. Explain the differences between synchronous,
   asynchronous and traditional learning

2. Explain what techniques are needed for
   effective synchronous training
Today’s Objectives

3. Demonstrate the use of WebEx for
   synchronous instruction

4. Demonstrate how to present the Mid-Level
   Autoclave course using WebEx

5. Demonstrate how to use testing and
   evaluation tools
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                     So what is Web-Based
                      Learning, anyway?

     Thousand Oaks

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What is Synchronous Delivery

              Mr. Traveler
Ms. Offsite

                                  & Mr.
 Ms. Office
How would you define Synchronous

      Instruction led by an
     instructor in real time.
Examples of Synchronous

  Conference calls
  Instant messaging
  Video conferences
  Whiteboard session
  Synchronous classrooms
So then, What is Asynchronous
How would you define
Asynchronous Training?

 Instruction that is not constrained
       by geography or time.

        “Self-paced” Training
Examples of Asynchronous
   Books
   CD-ROM tutorials
   Web-based tutorials
   Videotapes
   Audiotapes
   Discussion boards

         May be trainer-led or self-directed
Advantages on Whiteboard?
What is the appeal of Online
Learning for learners
                  Location
                  Self-paced
                  Access to SMEs
                  Collaboration
                  Variety of
                   learning choices
                  Safe environment
                  SME Access
What makes a good online learning
Instructor? (Respond via Chat)
                  Collaborative
                  Advocate of
                   synchronous class
                  Dynamic voice
                  Flexible
                  Thrives under stress
                  Is a broadcaster
                  Is a participant first
                  Multi-tasker

                        Source: The Synchronous Trainer’s Survival
                                 Guide, Jennifer Hofmann
Whiteboard and Annotation

    What can it be used for?
Share Whiteboard
•   During the meeting, click on
    the „View‟ drop-down menu

•   Scroll down and select

•   Click „OK‟ on the pop-up box
Basic navigation tools
                 Zoom                                   Synchronize Views                            Laser Pointer
                 Enlarges a portion of a                Allows participants to see the zoomed        Simulates a laser pointer by displaying
                 slide or document                      view on the presenters screen                a red dot on everyone‟s screen

Drop Down Menu

   Arrow Keys                              Full Screen                             Thumbnail View
   Allows the presenter to                 Enlarges an entire                      Allows the presenter to view miniature
   display the next slide or               slide to fill                           images of each page in a shared
   return to the previous slide            participants‟                           document, presentation, or whiteboard
                                           computer screens

       How can you use a chat
•   Type a Chat message in the
    text box

•   In the „Send to‟ drop-down
    menu, select who should
    receive the Chat message
    and click the „Send‟ button

•   The message will appear in
    the Chat box

•   You will have the option to
    save chat messages to your
    hard drive at the end of your   TIP: The host or presenter may
    meeting                              limit or disable the Chat
Web Content & Web Browse

A Really Cool Example..


         What is you favorite site?
    Web content
•   During a meeting, click on the
    „Share‟ drop-down menu

•   Scroll down and select „Web

•   Enter a url in address box that
    pops onto your screen and
    click „OK‟

•   Participant‟s web browsers will
    automatically open up to the url
    you selected

•   Participants can then navigate
    on their own
   End web content
     •   Click anywhere on
         the meeting window

     •   Participants will see
         your presentation

NOTE: All web browsers will
      remain open unless they
      are individually closed
Application Sharing

    What type of software would
            you share?
    Share an application
•       During the meeting, click on
        the „View‟ drop-down menu

•       Scroll down and select
    Share an application
•       A dialogue box will appear

•       Select the application you want to

•       Click „Share‟

•       Your application will appear on
        your participants computer

•       Any additional content will appear
        as a waffle screen
Share your Desktop

  Share you desktop with us.
Share your desktop
•   During the meeting, click on
    the „View‟ drop-down menu

•   Scroll down and select

•   Click „OK‟ on the pop-up box
                       Share your desktop
•       A message will appear saying
        “You are now sharing your

•       Participants will see your entire

          Poll the team.
Conduct a poll
•   Start a meeting

•   Click on the „File‟ drop-down

•   Scroll down and select „Open‟

•   Scroll down and select „Poll

•   Find the questionnaire on your
    hard drive and click the „Open‟
Conduct a poll
 •   Once the polling questions are
     open, click the „Open Poll‟
 •   Wait for participants to
     respond, then click the „Close
     Poll‟ button
 •   Share responses with
     participants by clicking on the
     „Share Results‟ check box
 •   You will have the option to
     save polling results to your
     hard drive at the end of your

TIP: You can save the Polling
     Questionnaire to use again
     during future meetings

        Webcam fun!
  •   Connect a basic
      webcam to your

  •   Start your meeting

  •   Turn on the webcam

  •   Participants will see
      your image on the right
      side of their meeting

TIP: It is not recommended to
     leave the webcam running
     during your entire meeting
File Transfer

     An online learning file
            for you.
File transfer

  •   During your meeting, click
      on the „File‟ drop-down

  •   Scroll down and select
File transfer
•   When the File Transfer
    window will pops up, click
    the „Open‟ button

•   Search your hard drive for
    the file you wish to publish
    and click on the „Open‟

•   When your file appears in
    the File Transfer window, it
    published to all
Assessment Tools

      All 5 Mid-Level assessments
       are administered over the
         Can you name them?
Share a presentation or Document

       Art’s PowerPoint
Components of Online Mid-Level
 Performance Evaluation Survey –
  (web-based survey)
 Welcome Meeting (synchronous class)
 Self Reading – (participant materials)
 Pretest & Troubleshooting
  Assessment (web-based evaluation)
 Synchronous Session (PP slides, Polls,
  SME access)
 Posttest (Web-based evaluation)
Practice Session
 Art will review slides, schedule
 Art will demo safety sections
 Practice leading safety sections
   Roles in a meeting
           Host                        Presenter                       Participant
     Coordinates the             Delivers the meeting             Attends the meeting
                             Share applications, web              Join the meeting
 Schedule and start        browsers, desktops
 the meeting                                                       Annotate if given the
                             Allow participants to have remote   ability to do so
 Designate the presenter   control
                                                                   Take remote control
 Assign host role to        Create and save polling questions
 another participant
                             Conduct the file transfer
 Control access to the
 meeting                     Send live video with webcam

 End the meeting            Grant privileges to participants

                             Save chat to a file
The “Big” Focus of the Synchronous
   Review of concepts
   Access to SMEs
   Collaboration & Discussion
   Compare Ideas
   Testing

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