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  • UpdateCut some slideAdd some simple Course delivery – video – text – audio – image
  • In order to achieve the dream, I have to study the problems which are occurring in the education recently.There are 4 most keys factors (Teacher, student, parents and society) which have strong influence in the development of education. In my personal belief, instructors are one of the most important key factors to reduce the illiteracy in the society.LMS អាចជួយសំរួល និង​បង្កើនគុណភាពន័យការអប់រំ៕
  • Competency: សមត្ថភាព
  • Manuela Paechter, Brigitte Maier, Daniel Macher, "Students’ expectations of, and experiences in e-learning: Their relation," in Computer & Education, U. o. Graz, Ed., Graz, Elsevier Ltd., 2010, p. 226. Manuela Paechter, Brigitte Maier, "Online or face-to-face? Students' experiences and preferences in e-learning," in Internet and higher education, Graz, Elsevier Inc., 2010, p. 295. Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, USA (2011),116 faculty members: The title of this survey is “Improving the LMS Selection Process: Instructor Concerns, Usage and Perceived Value of Online Course Delivery Tools”
  • Manuela Paechter, Brigitte Maier, Daniel Macher, "Students’ expectations of, and experiences in e-learning: Their relation," in Computer & Education, U. o. Graz, Ed., Graz, Elsevier Ltd., 2010, p. 226. Manuela Paechter, Brigitte Maier, "Online or face-to-face? Students' experiences and preferences in e-learning," in Internet and higher education, Graz, Elsevier Inc., 2010, p. 295. Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, USA (2011),116 faculty members: The title of this survey is “Improving the LMS Selection Process: Instructor Concerns, Usage and Perceived Value of Online Course Delivery Tools”
  • Confusing interface,829, 70%Time requirement (e.g. extra workload) 592, 50%Lack of online materials in the LMS 561, 48%
  • Support more platforms (Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome) and platform (Mac)On-going performance indicators where students can access scores or rate of personal study performance in relation to others LMS software is just a tools, Attractive user interface and customizable theme allowing students to customize settings
  • Manuela Paechter, Brigitte Maier, Daniel Macher, "Students’ expectations of, and experiences in e-learning: Their relation," in Computer & Education, U. o. Graz, Ed., Graz, Elsevier Ltd., 2010, p. 226. Manuela Paechter, Brigitte Maier, "Online or face-to-face? Students' experiences and preferences in e-learning," in Internet and higher education, Graz, Elsevier Inc., 2010, p. 295. Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, USA (2011),116 faculty members: The title of this survey is “Improving the LMS Selection Process: Instructor Concerns, Usage and Perceived Value of Online Course Delivery Tools”
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    • 1. Importance of Learning Management System (E learning Platform)Prepared by: Sopheakmonkol SokLecturer at Specialized Economics and Finance Institute
    • 2. Content Why am I passionate to LMS? What is LMS or E-learning Platform? Result of analysis target group’s needs Application features Conclusion
    • 3. Why am I so passionate about LMS? Personal life experience  Capable of understanding the importance of education in everyday life “I have a dream”  To reduce illiteracy in the society Instructors are facing up against many difficulties in their professions  Low salary  Overload of work  Lack of motivation from society  Less participation from students  Limited access to a high quality curriculum and teaching resources  Uncomfortable teaching environment, and others
    • 4. What is LMS or E-learning Platform? software application or web-based technology platform  designed to support delivery, management and tracking of learning events Facilitate learner and instructor to access to training content and administration "anytime, any place, any pace"Benefits of LMS for Business The LMS software performs a variety of functions related to:  online and in-person training administration provides additional tools  support career development  competency and talent management 4
    • 5. Benefits of Learning Management System for academy Reduces photocopying and traveling cost Tutors spend less time on admin and more time teaching Learners can catch up with missed classes much more quickly and easily Tutors can use multimedia as learning resources far more easily and cheaply It makes continuous assessment a real, practical option 5
    • 6. Benefits of Learning Management System Learners always have access to their grades, attendance and participation It encourages learner independence and better problem solving skills LMS’ promote the social constructivist model of learning 6
    • 7. Result of analysis needs of the target group and difficultiesKey barriers for instructors  High cost  Complicated to set up  Technical knowledge requirement  Time constraintKey barriers for learners Response % Confusing interface 829 70% Time requirement (e.g. extra workload) 592 50% Lack of online materials in the LMS 561 48%Source: Singapore Management University, "LMS Survey Summary," SingaporeManagement University, 2009 7
    • 8. Learner’ expectation of using LMS  Attractive user interface and customizable theme  System speed and stability  Support more platforms (Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome) and platform (Mac)  Easy to navigate in the LMS  More collaborative tools  On-going performance indicators  Students can access scores or rate of personal study performance in relation to others  Full permission to view the past and current school year’s classroom discussionsSource: University of Graz, Austria, 2010, Personal discussions andexperience8
    • 9. Instructor’ expectation of using LMS System speed and stability Support more platforms Easy to navigate in the LMS More collaborative tools Assessment tools  Online grade book (60%) | Online assignment submission (49%)  Discussion boards (43%) | Online quizzes or tests (32%)  Online collaboration (20%) Course Management Tools  Organization of course content (56%)  Addition or deletion students/groups (55%)  Customized online grade books (53%)  Copying or moving course content within a course section (43%)  Copying or moving course content between course sections (39%) Source: University of Graz, Austria (2010), Robert Morris University in 9 Pittsburgh, USA (2011) and Personal discussions
    • 10. Essential Features of Moodle (V 2.2) LMSTesting Features Student InstructorCustomized Look and Feel x xExtending Repositories and File Management x xMoodle User Manuals x xBrowser Compatibility x xEditor x xAccessing and Evaluating xSelective Release or Conditional Activities x xQuiz Activity x xMoodle Question Bank xGrade Systems xPlagiarism Prevention xSocial Activities x xSocial Network Integration x x10
    • 11. New and Most Useful Features of Moodle (V 2.2) LMS RSS Remote Blocks Customized Look and Feel HTML embedded code blocks 11
    • 12. New and Most Useful Features of Moodle (V 2.2) LMS Moodle’s accessing and evaluating features  Quizzes Activities12
    • 13. New and Most Useful Features of Moodle (V 2.2) LMS Moodle’s accessing and evaluating features  Third Party Components/Modules of Moodle13
    • 14. New and Most Useful Features of Moodle (V 2.2) LMS Moodle’s accessing and evaluating features  Plagiarism prevention Feature  Crot  Moss  Turnitin  Urkund14
    • 15. New and Most Useful Features of Moodle (V 2.2) LMS Social Activities/modules Features  Wiki  Forum  Chat  Workshop  Glossary15
    • 16. New and Most Useful Features of Moodle (V 2.2) LMS Social Network Integration  Add friends, advisers, colleagues and instructors  Create or join academic discussion groups  Post blog messages, create pages, and photo galleries  Promote lectures and course offerings  Promote academic and professional qualifications  Share links, articles, ebooks and documents  Announce special events, plans, or changes 16
    • 17. Conclusion Get to know Learning Management System  Benefits of the system for business and academy  The expectation of target group  Essential Features 17
    • 18. Thank you for your attention For more information about LMS and EducationalNetwork project:Website: monkol.comEmail to: mkmonkol@gmail.comTel: 089 75 44 4918
    • 19. Free Online Courses from Elite Universities http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/ http://www.academicearth.org https://www.coursera.org/ http://www.openculture.com/freeonlinecourses Stanford currently offers free online courses via Coursera and iTunes U. iTunes University (iTune U) is service from Apple  provided many free online courses from the elite universities in UK and US and it is the first service which provide free open course ware. http://www.stanford.edu/online/courses Interesting article: Free Online Courses from Top Universities Now a Reality  http://hadhhogayi.com/free-online-courses-from-top-university-now-a- reality/ 19

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