Session Objectives Give some hands on experience using e-tools? Create interest among participants to use ICT in instruction? Sharing knowledge? & experience? about e-learning Share experience of using e-portal in DE at USM Present some examples of ICT used for instruction in the web? What we will do?
Learning Pyramid Lecture - 5% Demonstration - 30% Discussion groups - 50% Practice by doing - 75% Teach others - 90% Audiovisual - 20% Reading - 10%
Introduction Computer mediated communications? On-line Collaborative approach? Web Based instruction? Asynchronous & Synchronous Communications? Computer Conferencing What is ICT?
Traditional View of Learning Linear process Process of information transfer & reception? Deficit model of students? Break up instruction/contents into small isolated units Learning is hard? Individual & solitary process? Traditional Learning?
Changed View of Learning Assessed through task completion & problem solving Active process producing knowledge not passive Learning is a social process Based on strength model of student abilities and interests Learning is natural process? Interactive and contextualized New Learning?
What is e-Learning? Administer? Select? Deliver? Design? Extend learning? Use of Network Technology?
What is e-Learning? Self-Assessment & self-paced study Play & Learn Simulation: Learning from structured experience & mistakes Multimedia: Audio, Video, Graphics, Animation, Interactivity Repeatable learning ICT Enhanced Learning
Power of ICT? Systems capabilities doubles every 1.5 to 2 yrs 7000 scientific & technical articles published each day Human knowledge doubles every 5 - 10 yrs World's knowledge doubles every 2 - 3 yrs Satellite data enough to fill 19 million volumes every 2 weeks How Much Information?
Power of ICT? New links: www dynamic & interactive "@" become passport to world citizenship Development of new products & services Globalization: the way ICT hardware being produced & operated Speed & Impact: Access to virtual libraries, e-mail Impact of ICT Revolution?
Revolution in e-Learning Thinking about what education should be & should do? Modalities of institutional operations Means & methods of studying Investments and expenditures on resources Transformation of available technologies Effects of e-Learning Revolution?
ICT Revolution: Internet? Possibility of Individualized & customized learning Learner free of time and place constraint Changed view of organized education Network of altruism: knowledge for free & for all Internet user cooperation & interactions Thanks to the Internet Revolution?
Some Thoughts About ICT? High quality & meaningful digital contents Access to digital technologies & internet Knowledge & Skills to use digital tools & resources Gaining from the Power of ICT?
Some Thoughts About ICT? Suitable to all students? All courses? All phases of learning? Better or worse than traditional education? Students to be guided or left on their own? Teachers need to be trained? Students? Points to Ask When Implementing?
Cost-Benefits of Implementing DE Technologies Increased employment & income? Needs of Community & Groups? Student Retention? Equal Access? High Dropout Rates? Quality Materials? Economies of Scale? Factors to Consider?
Creating E-Learning Materials E-mail Acrobat Printer & Reader Microsoft Word Programme Scanning tools Excel Spreadsheet Power Point Presentation Audiographic tools Basic Tools Required?
Examples of E-Learning Materials http://www.microsoft.com/learning/elearning.mspx Test Learn Watch Engage Experiment Read Play Activities in Microsoft E-Learning
Examples of E-Learning Materials http://psych.hanover.edu/Krantz/tutor.html#Sensation%20and%20Perception http://facultyweb.cortland.edu/~andersmd/edpsy.html Test Watch Engage Experiment Read Play Learn Hanover College Psychology Department
http://psych.athabascau.ca/html/prtut/reinpair.htm Examples of E-Learning Materials References Analysis Illustrative Examples/Nonexamples Practice Excercise: Quizes, Realtime Feedback, Review, Summary Technical Notes Athabasca U Centre For Psychology
Examples of E-Learning Materials http://www.dushkin.com/connectext/econ/ Feedback Links Glossary Quizzes References Message Board Articles Extensions Resource List McGraw-Hill's Interactive Web Site
Examples of E-Learning Materials http://www.sparknotes.com/economics/ Sparkmobile Feedback Links Glossary Quizzes Prep Tests Reference Tools Message Board Articles Extensions Resource List Sparknotes Interactive Web Site
Examples of E-Learning Materials http://www.usm.my Feedback Links Glossary Quizzes References Message Board Articles Extensions Resource List E-Learning Portal PPPJJ
E-Learning Reference? Click to View: Contents Chapter Summary Chapter Outline Glossary Title Page The Authors References Comments Preface About This Book
Thank You Very Much! Terima Kasih and Jumpa Lagi
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