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5 March 2010 (Friday) | 15:30 - 17:40 | http://citers2010.cite.hku.hk/abstract/76 | Prof. Ray HUANG, Distinguished Professor, Department of Engineering Science, National Cheng Kung University

5 March 2010 (Friday) | 15:30 - 17:40 | http://citers2010.cite.hku.hk/abstract/76 | Prof. Ray HUANG, Distinguished Professor, Department of Engineering Science, National Cheng Kung University

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  • 1. Digital Education and e-Learning Project
    Ray Yueh-Min Huang
    Director, ICT in Education and e-Learning Program of Taiwan MoE
    National Cheng Kung University
  • 2. Outline
    Introduction of the DEELP ( Digital Education and e-Learning Project )
    The Achievement of Promotion
    Further Development of e-Learning
    The Future Task of the DEELP
    The Management Issue of the DEELP
  • 3. Introduction of the DEELP
  • 4. Objective
    The primary objective of this project is to expand and deepen the applications of digital education and e-learning on formal education and lifelong learning 
    The DEELP covers 4 sub plans and the application chain of e-learning covers from elementary school, junior high school, senior high school, vocational high school, college and university to social education
  • 5. Participating ministries project
  • 6. The Vision of the DEELP
    Deepen and Expand the Application and Opportunity of e-Learning
    To cultivate extensive training of talent in the implementation and application of e-Learning
    To develop and promote the use of digital curriculum and teaching materials in formal education and to enhance the effectiveness of formal education.
    To integrate resources for labors’ lifelong learning
    To integrate e-Learning resources among various government organs, to cultivate multi-talented people in the public sector.
    To establish information websites of e-Learning in the fields of art, culture, and creativity for all people.
  • 7. Introduction of the DEELP – cont.
    The portal of the DEELP: http://learning.teldap.tw
  • 8. The Achievement of Promotion
  • 9. The Achievements of Promotion— Scopes
    On Line Courseware
    Teaching Plans
    The DEELP
    Training Programs
    e-Materials
  • 10. The Achievements of Promotion —Related Websites
  • 11. The Achievements of Promotion– (1)
    Training Programs for ICT Technology Project:
    • Held the 108-hour training program for the digital trainers, e-Learning instructional designers, and e-materials designers.
    • 12. Person involved in the personnel training courses over 1,100 teachers.
  • The Achievements of Promotion– (2)
    e-Learning Courseware:
    • For Senior High Schools and Vocational Schools
    • 13. Promoted the inter-school and cross-industry digital learning model for 180 hours, 90 units
    • 14. Held promotional activities and open relative e-Courses as elective courses
  • The Achievements of Promotion– (2)
    e-Learning Courseware:
    • For Higher Education (College)
    • 15. Established learning content in various fields, such as arts, mathematics, etc. for total 600 units
    • 16. Organized 18 work groups for curriculum development based on the directives of the MOE
    • 17. Held certification training courses of the digital learning material for seeded teachers and completed the training within 30 sessions with attendance of 2500 teachers
  • The Achievements of Promotion– (2)
    e-Learning Courseware:
    • For Junior and Primary Schools 
    • 18. Developed 20 teaching units and 500 portfolios (作品)
    • 19. Held 5 promotional activities with attendance of over 500 people
  • e-Learning Service Center of Taiwan MOE
    Provide teachers to download teaching materials
    15
  • 20. e-Course demonstration
    The list of curriculums
  • 21. e-Course demonstration
    Learning activities
  • 22. The Achievements of Promotion– (3)
    e-Learning for Labors and Civil Servants:
    • Upgraded the courses to the labors’ portal ‘全民勞教e網’
    • 23. Provided on-line-test website for labors’ skill checks with total 150,000 person times
    • 24. Created on line skill test simulation database
    • 25. Implemented single sign on learning websites for civil servants
    • 26. Implemented e-Courses and cultivated the stuff
  • E-Learning for Civil Servants
    With single sign on the website provides the services to integrate the public learning resources to civil servants.
  • 27. E-Learning for Labors
    Video on Demand
  • 28. The Achievements of Promotion– (4)
    e-Learning for Arts and Cultures
    • Held 10 e-Learning activities of Arts and Cultures
    • 29. Out sourced production of 15 e-Courses
    • 30. Created material database for Arts and Cultures e-Course learning
  • The Achievements of Promotion– (4)
  • 31. Promotion Achievement (5)—cont.
    Digital Opportunity Center (DOC)
  • 32. The Achievements of Promotion (5)— cont.
    Digital Opportunity Center (DOC)
    Based on the directives of MOE, apply digital resource and combine physical support mechanism to reduce the digital divide of inter-groups between urban and suburban
    Set168 DOC at suburban and provided 10,700 students enable to access to the internet
    About 25,000 people accepted the courses provided by DOC annually
  • 33. The Future Task of the DEELP
  • 34. Critical factors in the e-Learning Domain
    The key points for developing e-Learning environment successfully are the quality of learning content and integration of resources.
    Connect the relevant industries to develop the products with pedagogical meaning
    Due to the lack of integration between the schools and the e-learning vendors, the innovative mechanism is hard to be implemented.
  • 35. To Build the learning communities
    (a) MagV
    http://tw.magv.com/
    (b) SlideKing (工研院講義王)
    http://www.slideking.com/
    (c) TED Forum: http://www.ted.com/
    a
    b
    c
  • 36. To provide a appropriate method for lifelong learning
    The use of Podcast can be recommended for improving a learning method for workers and civil servants on the Internet.
    Because of the limit of time and workplace, the learning of labors and civil servants is usually short-term and non-fixed located.
    The learning model on e-Learning can be changed into the model of the e-doing to enhance the learning content which provides a tool of auditory, visible, or tactile feedback.
  • 37. Rapid authoring tool
    The provided authoring tool is for facilitating the production of learning materials.
    The use of flipping-based UI innovates the learning experience for students.
  • 38. The Management Issue of the DEELP
  • 39. The Perspective of the Project Management
    Design and plan
    a course plan
    Teaching unit and
    learning process
    Start a project
    the sub-project
    Project tools
    SOP
    the management project
    Providing the risk assessment
    and technical support
  • 40. The Recommendation for Project Management – cont.
  • 41. The EndThanks for your patience!