Technology Enhanced Learning in Low              Resources AreaReport (Reflection, and Story) from TEL Workshop held by LI...
Technology Enhanced Learning                     • e-Learning                     • Distance Education                    ...
Investigating e-Learning FeasibilityCourse provided :- Skill or knowledge- Depth of understanding- Full/blended/supportive...
CD/DVD-Based Learning•   Huge range of learning materials type•   But limited space•   Interactivity can be enabled•   Aud...
SMS-Based Learning• Broader audience• Minimal participation from the audience• Limited by characters
Web-Based Learning• Huge range of learning materials type and tool• These huge range however is limited by  technological ...
Tools• Blogs• Microblogging : twitter, tumblr• Social bookmarking : del.i.cious, reddit, digg,  stumble upon• Web conferen...
taken from Linda Venters presentation
Top 10 Learning Tools in 2010Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies, UK
Indonesia and Internet• Internet penetration                                     http://internetworldstats.com
Indonesia and Mobile ServicesBack in 1998, Indonesia was in financial crisis which was thecellular boom for most of the de...
Indonesia and Mobile Services     Nielsen Company (2011)
Implementation ChallengesChallenges                         For                SolutionPedagogical challenges             ...
Does e-learning fit me?• Basically, we can always learn to be eligible• Be a self-directed learnerNobody will be moderatin...
Thank You@_aprisaaprisa at mail dot ugm dot ac dot idhttp://aprisa.posterous.comhttp://aprisa.web.ugm.ac.id
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  1. 1. Technology Enhanced Learning in Low Resources AreaReport (Reflection, and Story) from TEL Workshop held by LINQED Network in Antwerp, Belgium Aprisa Chrysantina
  2. 2. Technology Enhanced Learning • e-Learning • Distance Education • mobile Learning all forms from ELECTRONIClearning, not only electronic, butalso for EASY, EMBRACE and reach, ENRICH, ENTHUSIASTIC, construct knowledge in the learner - Lai Jiang EXTENSIONS OF CHALK AND DUSTER or books that can travel very fast and very effectively with different teaching and tools - Subodh Dhakal
  3. 3. Investigating e-Learning FeasibilityCourse provided :- Skill or knowledge- Depth of understanding- Full/blended/supportiveHuman factor :- Access to technology- Digital literacyEconomic factor :- Cost effectiveness
  4. 4. CD/DVD-Based Learning• Huge range of learning materials type• But limited space• Interactivity can be enabled• Audience should have access to PC/laptop
  5. 5. SMS-Based Learning• Broader audience• Minimal participation from the audience• Limited by characters
  6. 6. Web-Based Learning• Huge range of learning materials type and tool• These huge range however is limited by technological capacity of the audience• Interactivity and networking are limitless• Audience should have internet access and device to access internet
  7. 7. Tools• Blogs• Microblogging : twitter, tumblr• Social bookmarking : del.i.cious, reddit, digg, stumble upon• Web conferencing : elluminate, gotowebinar• Audio & podcast• Wikis : edutechwiki, wikispaces, wikipedia• Social network : facebook,• Aggregation• Video (& presentation) : youtube, vimeo, slideshare• Image sharing : flickr, picasa
  8. 8. taken from Linda Venters presentation
  9. 9. Top 10 Learning Tools in 2010Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies, UK
  10. 10. Indonesia and Internet• Internet penetration http://internetworldstats.com
  11. 11. Indonesia and Mobile ServicesBack in 1998, Indonesia was in financial crisis which was thecellular boom for most of the developing world. The localcurrency in Indonesia, rupiah, fell by more than 90%By 2001 only 1.7% of Indonesians had cellular phones andtoday there are 40+ million subscribers which brings up thetotal to 18%.Cell Fanatic (2008)
  12. 12. Indonesia and Mobile Services Nielsen Company (2011)
  13. 13. Implementation ChallengesChallenges For SolutionPedagogical challenges Teacher Academic support service, education consultancy, multimedia developmentComputer skills Teacher and StudentTraining, Introductory period, support serviceTime management Teacher and StudentDont underestimate time commitment requiredTechnological challenges Teacher and StudentInitial study, help deskOrganizational resistance Teacher Support and commitment by organization is essentialMeta cognitive and self regulation StudentIsolation Student Introductory session/activities, couragement to build network
  14. 14. Does e-learning fit me?• Basically, we can always learn to be eligible• Be a self-directed learnerNobody will be moderating except you. In a mooc weall are the teachers, so do something to make it agood mooc. - Jaap• Sounds cruel?• Anyway, theres always • Self-assessment for teacher and student • Those people who encourage :)
  15. 15. Thank You@_aprisaaprisa at mail dot ugm dot ac dot idhttp://aprisa.posterous.comhttp://aprisa.web.ugm.ac.id

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