Universitas terbuka at a glance

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General overview of Universitas Terbuka, prospects and it challenges

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  • 1. Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, 2011 At a glance
  • 2. The Indonesia Archipelago Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, 2011 3,500 miles ( 1,919,440 sq km) – 17,000 islands
  • 3. Universitas Terbuka Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, 2011
    • Established in 1984, single mode university, the only tertiary institution using exclusively distance education mode of delivery.
    • Main missions:
      • To widen access to higher education
      • To up-grade primary and secondary school teacher qualification up to full-teacher training degree
  • 4. Universitas Terbuka Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, 2011
    • A mega university
      • 576.265 students (13.8% of total number of students attending tertiary education)
      • 70.57% are female students
      • Over 87% are working adults
      • 86% are in-service teachers
    • Academic Programs
      • School of Economics
      • School of Social and Political Sciences
      • School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
      • School of Teacher Training and Educational Sciences
      • Graduate Programs
  • 5. UT Operational System Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, 2011
    • Head office: Jakarta; 37 Regional offices
    • A cademic staff 877 and 1200 administrative staff ;
    • External networking/collaboration: Provincial and District Governments, Government Ministries, Universities & Schools
  • 6. UT Course Delivery System Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, 2011 Digital Library: e-books, e-journals, thesis, dissertation, research reports 575 tutors for Online tutorials of 552 courses for 13,609 students 22,653 tutors for F2F tutorials of 214 courses for 365,781 students in 446 cities 974 titles of Printed/ non-printed Materials written by 1,100 writers
  • 7. Examination System (smt.2010.1) Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, 2011 In I ndonesia Abroad # of Student-Course Exam Processed # of City # of Exam Rooms # of Students # of City # of Students 741 21,781 456,231 12 369 2,136,259 # of Exam Supervisors/Proctors 40,421
  • 8. Number of Student by School (2010) Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, 2011 (Active Students: 576.265) School Total % FKIP 469.231 81.43 FMIPA 4.713 0.82 FISIP 80.035 13.89 FEKON 20.909 3.63 PPS 1.377 0.24 Total 576.265 100
  • 9. Number of Students by Gender (2010) Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, 2011 Gender Jumlah % Male 191.656 33.26 Female 384.609 66.74 Total 576.265 100
  • 10. Number of Students by Accupation (2010) Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, 2011 Accupation Jobs Total % TNI/POLRI 2.230 0.39 PNS NON-GURU 25.096 4.35 SWASTA 49.455 8.58 WIRASWASTA 10.289 1.79 TIDAK KERJA 32.825 5.70 BEKERJA 6.430 1.12 GURU 449.940 78.08 Total 576.265 100
  • 11. Number of Student by Ages (2010) Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, 2011 Ages Ages Total % < 24 113.686 19.73 25-29 144.681 25.11 30-34 90.285 15.67 35-39 56.448 9.80 40-44 76.468 13.27 > 45 94.697 16.43 total 576.265 100
  • 12.
    • UT ONLINE
    Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, 2011
  • 13.
    • The separation between students & tutors/instructors
    • Provides various method for communication/interaction channels
    • Helps student’s learning process
    • The new ICT’s invention & developments
    • The needs to introduce ICT to the students
    Why Online ?
  • 14. Facts: Supporting Factors
    • User needs
      • Student aspiration for another communication/interaction channels
      • Institution's demand to monitor the progress of students academic quality more easily
    • The needs to provide student centered learning environment
    • Institution’s Policy
    • Affordable technology and infrastructure
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  • 15. Facts: Constraint Factors
    • Digital Divide (User)
      • The availability of technology infrastructure
      • Computer literacy
      • Acquisition cost
    • Limitations (Institution)
      • Infrastructure investment
      • System development cost
      • The needs for t raining and orientation
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  • 16. Development Strategy (<2004)
    • The use of Open Source software;
    • Fax gateway (fax to email – email to fax), M ailing List
    • Web Supplement , Self examination download page
    • V ideo streaming (Real Media) , Internet Forum
    • E-Learning Try Ou t, The implementation of Blackboar d
    • MVC (Manhattan Virtual Classroom) implementation
    • Looking for MVC alternative , Project to test two LMS (Moodle & Atutor)
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  • 17. Development History (2004-2011)
    • 2004
      • Moodle as a basic platform
      • The launch of UT-Online
    • 2009
      • UT-Online mobile learning
    • 2010
      • Online ticketing system (CRM )
      • ITV (You Tube like site for OER)
    • 2011
      • Live video streaming
      • Web Conferencing try out
      • E-book Repository
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  • 18. Facilities Academic Services : Tuton / E-learning, Students Support Systems (CRM), Learning Resources (Self Examination Repository, ITV, OER, Open course ware) Students Record System (SUO, MTK), Academic Information, etc Forum, Webchat, Web Conference
  • 19.
    • Link UT website: www.ut.ac.id
    • Link UT Online Tutorial
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  • 20. CONCLUSION
    • UT is a mega university in terms of the number of the students
    • Approaches:
      • Blended Learning System (f2f and online)
      • 5 Generation of DE (correspondence to online learning)
      • Industrialized model of DE
    • The urge to implement “the ideal” Fully Online Programs (eg. replicate UMUC Model)
      • To maximaze role of course development and course delivery
      • To humanize the teaching and learning process (empathy)
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  • 21. http://student.ut.ac.id Thank You!