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EPFL - UNESCO Chair International Scientific Conference on Technologies for Development 8-10 February 2010. Lausanne. Zeynep Turkmen Sanduvac Bogazici University, Disaster Management Center, Istanbul_Turkey [email_address] How to Publicize the Importance of e-Learning Technology for Disaster Prevention Education
HOW TO PUBLICIZE E-LEARNING FOR DISASTER PREVENTION EDUCATION Creating an online disaster prevention education site for publicizing is NOT enough on its own . Well design publicizing and dissemination strategies are essential .
Learn from others' successes Links and affiliations Different models and channels What's working? Awareness of hierarchy of effects of communication process . Awareness of Planning Process Stakeholder Analysis HOW TO PUBLICIZE E-LEARNING FOR DISASTER PREVENTION EDUCATION
HOW TO PUBLICIZE E-LEARNING Adapted from: Ganesh Lyer.Advertising Strategy.2007. Berkeley University of California E-learning System Planning Process Awareness of Planning Process E-learning System Evaluation e – Learning Objectives Creative Strategy Dissemination Strategy e-Learning Positioning Target Group
* RECEIVING MOST EFFECTIVE SUPPORT WHY DO WE DO STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS? (cont’d..)
IMPLEMENTATION DISSEMMINATION STAKE HOLDERS INTEREST IMPACT /POWER STRATEGY RECEIVE SUPPORT ELIMINATE BARRIERS * ** *** **** IDENTIFY/ LIST -Effecting -Effected Associations DEGREE AND TYPE -Expectation -Benefit -Damage -Conflict CATEGORIZE +/- A.Very Important B.Important C.Unimportant FOCUS ON -What kind of information? -Importance of stakeholder? -Pressure and Support Groups (on this stakeholder.)
Different models and channels HOW TO PUBLICIZE E-LEARNING TECHNOLOGY FOR DISASTER PREVENTION EDUCATION Adapted: James Taylor , t he University of Southern Queensland, USQ . Generation M odel of Distance Education Correspondence Model Print Multi-media Model Audiotape, Videotape, Computer-based learning, Interactive CD-Roms, TV/Radio Broadcasts Tele-learning Model Audio - conferencing, Video - conferencing Flexible Learning Model Internet access to resources, Computer mediated communication, interactive media online
E-LEARNING TECHNOLOGY AND PEDAGOGY Charles Clark e, previous Minister of Education, now Home Secretary of UK “ Institutions should take full advantage of the benefits of Information Communication Technology, both pedagogically to enhance teaching and administratively to maximize value for money”
E-LEARNING TECHNOLOGY AND PEDAGOGY _continue Key Characteristics & Design Principles o f “ First” & “Second Generation” E-learning Resource: Veselina Nedeva , Dimitar Nedeva, 2008, Evolution in the E-Learning Systems with Intelligent Technologies. FIRST SECOND
Linear-sequential logic of component parts
Evaluation based on content memorization repetitive practice and “passing the test”
Engagement –primarily visual, “eye catching”
Separates theory and practice
Separate systems for learning and knowledge capture / dissemination
Evaluation based on self-assessment, reflective practice and successful application
Engagement through provocation / hooks /ideas
Integrates theory / practice / work / learning in real-time
Integrated learning, knowledge creation and knowledge sharing
E -Learning Systems’ Evolution Static Interactive Collaborative Personalised Conditional Dynamic HTML- or text-based Database driven Communicative Integrated Intelligent Content Pedagogy Multimedia Systems E-LEARNING TECHOLOGY AND PEDAGOGY _continue Resource: Dr Wolfgang Greller . E.Learning&Pedagogy.2005 University of Veterinary Science Vienna
E-LEARNING TECHNOLOGY AND PEDAGOGY _continue Connolly and Stansfield First Wave: Open standards for Data Communication: The Intern et Second Wave: Open standards for Data Presentation: World Wide Web Third Wave: Open standards for network-based applications: Web Service The future development according to is based on Enabling Technologies Learning Object Repositories, Optical Networks, Grids, Web Services. 1994-1999 2000-2003 2003-on going Since 2002 some authors mentioned
For more informatıon and to share information: UN ISDR PreventionWeb: DRR http://www.preventionweb.net Teachers and Educators Network for Disaster Prevetion http://edu4drr.ning.com Coalition for Global School Safety and Disaster Prevention Education http://cogssdpe.ning.com
What is Facilitation? + T H A N K Y O U Zeynep Turkmen Sanduvac [email_address] [email_address] Facilis OR fac(ere) "to do or make" -ilis "easier".