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This presentation was presented to the PHEA ETI facilitators and discusses issues surrounding the launching of e-learning supported courses at the University.

This presentation was presented to the PHEA ETI facilitators and discusses issues surrounding the launching of e-learning supported courses at the University.

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    e-Learning at Universidade Católica de Moçambique e-Learning at Universidade Católica de Moçambique Presentation Transcript

    • ELearning at UCM 2008 12 09 Gerald Henzinger
    • Agenda
      • Where are we right now?
      • Our Client
      • What is planned
    • Where are we right now?
      • Platform KEWL in Pemba
        • Up- and download area.
        • Participating within AVOIR.
      • Iniciative with CED
        • Starting a Pilot with CHISIMBA
        • Upload all documents, which are digital available.
      • SUGIK
        • Masters in GIS.
        • Blended learning with presence and online learning.
        • Using Moodle.
    • Where are we right now?
      • HIV Education
        • Capacitybuildingproject with Volunteers.
        • Using flash.
      • FEG
        • Has a Server, never been used.
    • Our Client – October 2008
      • Capacity of our clients to run e-learning
      • Interrogation of 429 Persons.
      • Comparision of rural and urban students.
      • Hardware
        • Electricity
        • Computer use
        • Printout
        • How long to go to the next place where internet.
        • Internet on the cellphone
        • Quality of the connection
      • Software
        • Email, Google, Internet, Excel and Word
    • Our Client - Electricity
      • CED: 29% don‘t have electricity
      • Urban regions: nearly everybody has electricity
    • Our Client – Computer Use
      • CED: 25% never use computer.
      • CED: 75% use computer once or less a week.
      • Other Faculties use more than 50% computer every day.
    • Our Client - Printing
      • Tecnical and economical
      • 50% – 50%
      • CED is a little better.
    • Our Client – Time to get to Internet
      • CED: 60% don‘t know or has more than 2 h to go. 27% has to go less than 30min.
      • Urban Faculties have 60% less than 30min to go.
    • Our Client – Internet on Cellphone
      • Most never use internet with cellphone
    • Our Client – quality of connection
      • CED: 56% don‘t know. For 30% it is slow
      • Urban Faculties: ca. 75% the connection is slow
    • Our Client - Email
      • CED: 25% can use email properly
      • Other Faculties: 75%-90% use email
    • Our Client - Google
      • CED: 60% has no or small knowledge
      • Other Faculties: nearly 100% knowledge
    • Our Client – Excel, Word
      • CED: Better knowledge than Email and Google.
    • Our Client - Comments
      • ...as veces a facultade esta cheia...(MED)
      • ...na facultade ha muitas problemas dos computadores e internet que e muito lento e sao poucos... (MED)
      • … os computadores demoram muito… (MED)
      • ...nao tenho possibilidade de imprimir, pois para imprimir tenho que andar muito...(TUR)
      • não domino (CED)
      • ...e um triste estudante do 3 ano, não conhece o não tem Dominio de programas e o propio computador... (CED)
      • 3 horas de tempo com a corriente electrica (CED)
    • Our Client - Conclusion
      • CED:
        • 25% know Email
        • 27% have to go less than 30min
        • 13% have good connection.
        • 60% have electricity in house. Some has just a few hours a day.
        • Coordenators of CED see right now a capacity of 3% doing E-Learning.
      • Need of capacitybuilding.
      • Need of improve connectivity.
    • What is planned
      • 2009
        • Master in Tourism.
        • Master in Computer Science.
        • CED: Pilot with the first year.
      • Connectivity
        • Getting a dedicated line from TDM.
        • Fixed IP Adress.
        • Email Server.
      • Inhouse
        • Improve labs.
    • What is planned - Chisimba
      • Participation with the AVOIR Project
      • Comfortable
      • Instable
      • Concerns about the future of Chisimba.
      • Alternatives?
    • Conclusion
      • Faculties are not pulling on one string.
      • Our Clients and Teachers need capacitybuilding.
      • Connectivity has to be improved.
      • Future of Chisimba is not predictable.
    • Thank you!
      • Questions?