Research Areas in Open & Flexible Distance Learning by Dr. Jayashree Shinde

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Research Areas in Open & Flexible Distance Learning by Dr. Jayashree Shinde

  1. 1. Dr. Jayashree ShindeHead,Dept of Educational TechnologySNDT Women’s University
  2. 2.  ODL System components  Evaluation  Cultural, Philosophical Foundation  Material development for OFDL  Pedagogies for OFDL  Technologies for OFDL  Pedagogy + Technology integration systems3/6/2013 Jayashree Shinde, Ph.D. DET, SNDTWU 2
  3. 3.  ODL System components  Student Support Systems  Study centres  Organisational Administration  Evaluation  ODL organisations  Material3/6/2013 Jayashree Shinde, Ph.D. DET, SNDTWU 3
  4. 4. Based on the proposals for the First EDEN Research Workshop and enhanced by a screen of papers presented at other ODL conferences , ten different categories appropriate to describe the areas Erwin Wagner, et.al. http://www.puw.lodz.pl/downloads/docs/1_elearning/2_teoria_elearning/res earch_into_open_and_distance_learning.pdf3/6/2013 Jayashree Shinde, Ph.D. DET, SNDTWU 4
  5. 5. • Educational systems and structures (incl. networking and institutional development) • Organisation and design of the learning (and sometimes teaching) process • Virtual Education / Virtual Organisation of ODL • Technology, multimedia, Internet3/6/2013 Jayashree Shinde, Ph.D. DET, SNDTWU 5
  6. 6. • Information and knowledge sharing, access, databases • Teaching methodology, methodological innovation • Student–teacher interaction • Socio-cultural aspects • Evaluation and sustainability • Economic and policy3/6/2013 Jayashree Shinde, Ph.D. DET, SNDTWU 6
  7. 7. Thirty-two Trends Affecting Distance Education:An Informed Foundation for Strategic PlanningScott L. Howell, PhDBrigham Young Universityscott_howell@byu.eduPeter B. Williams, M.S.Brigham Young Universitypeter_williams@byu.eduNathan K. Lindsay, M.S.University of Michigannlindsay@umich.edu Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, Volume VI, Number III, Fall 2003 State University of West Georgia, Distance Education Center http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/fall63/howell63.html3/6/2013 Jayashree Shinde, Ph.D. DET, SNDTWU 7
  8. 8.  Student/Enrollment Trends  Faculty Trends  Academic Trends  Technology Trends  Economic Trends  Distance Learning Trends  Trends Informing Vision3/6/2013 Jayashree Shinde, Ph.D. DET, SNDTWU 8
  9. 9.  ODL System components  Evaluation  Cultural, Philosophical Foundation  Material development for OFDL  Pedagogies for OFDL  Technologies for OFDL  Pedagogy + Technology integration systems3/6/2013 Jayashree Shinde, Ph.D. DET, SNDTWU 9
  10. 10.  Material development for OFDL  Task-based approach for static resources (task-sheets with repository of screen- cast videos)  Modes of static resources for upcoming technologies (Modes of smart-phone/tablet-based contents)  Forms of OER3/6/2013 Jayashree Shinde, Ph.D. DET, SNDTWU 10
  11. 11.  Pedagogies for OFDL  Constructivist approaches for Blended and Online learning (Web-quests, Just in Time Teaching Strategy, Micro-blogging)  Pedagogies for Web 2.0 tools (training through tweets, sms support systems, Social media-based learning)  Instructional design models for OER, LOs, M-learning3/6/2013 Jayashree Shinde, Ph.D. DET, SNDTWU 11
  12. 12.  Pedagogy + Technology integration systems  Evaluation of LMS  Quality assurance of OER, low-access device content, LMS for low access devices  Training models for skill-development  Learner-centeredness, constructivist learning, interactivity levels3/6/2013 Jayashree Shinde, Ph.D. DET, SNDTWU 12
  13. 13. Dr. Jayashree ShindeHead,Dept of Educational Technology, SNDT Women’s Universitydet@Sndt.ac.in

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