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    • E-Tools in E-Learning
      Dr David Asirvatham
      Director
      IT Centre
      University of Malaya
    • Scope
      ITC in Malaysia
      The Internet
      Impact of Internet on Education
      E-learning
      E-tools for e-learning
      Conclusion
    • Malaysia
      Knowledge-based
      MSC
      Knowledge-driven
      High-tech Manufacturing & Services
      Productivity-driven
      Medium-tech Manufacturing & Services
      Investment-driven
      Assembly-type Manufacturing
      Labour-driven
      Primary Commodities
      Labour-driven
      1960
      1995
      1970
      1980
      2000 & Beyond
    • MSC boundary
      KLCC
      PETALING JAYA
      KL Tower
      Technology Park
      CYBERJAYA
      PUTRAJAYA
      AIRPORT CITY
      KLIA
      ICT in Education & Religion
      Multimedia Super Corridor
      - Special Cyberlaws, policies and practices
      - World class infra-structure and next generation 2.5 - 10 Gb
      multimedia network
      - MDC - a premier one stop shop to facilitate and promote in investments
      UPM/MTDC
    • ICT in Education & Religion
      Phase 3
      Phase 2
      Phase 1
      Link the MSC
      to other cybercities in Malaysia and worldwide
      Transform Malaysia into a knowledge society
      Successfully create the Multimedia Super Corridor
      1996
      2020
      2003
      2010
      • 1 Corridor
      • 50 world-class companies
      • Launch 7 flagship applications
      • World-leading framework of cyber laws
      • Cyberjaya as world-leading intelligent city
      • Cut Digital Divide
      • R&D & HR focus
      • Set global standards in flagship applications
      • Harmonized global framework of cyber laws
      • 4-5 intelligent cities linked to other global cyber cities
      • All of Malaysia
      • 500 world-class companies
      • Global test-bed for new multimedia applications
      • International CyberCourt of Justice in MSC
      • 12 intelligent cities linked to global information highway
      THE MSC VISION: Targets set
      Leapfrog into leadership in
      the Information Age
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      David Asirvatham
    • ICT in Education & Religion
      E-BUSINESS
      Flagship Applications
      Multipurpose Card
      Smart School
      Electronic Government
      OBJECTIVES
      • Jumpstart development
      • Provide business opportunities
      • Nurture development of local IT/Multimedia SMEs
      • Applications spur transformation to Knowledge society
      Telehealth
      R&D Cluster
      Technopreneur Development
      Borderless
      Marketing Centre
      Worldwide
      Manufacturing Web
      6
    • Government Multi-Purpose Card (GMPC) – To promote e-government
      ICT in Education & Religion
      PASPORT
      MALAYSIA
      National I.D
      Driving License
      MULTI APPLICATION SMART CARD
      E-Cash
      Immigration
      Public Key Infrastructure
      (Open PKI Digital Certificate)
      Health Information
      7
    • ICT in Education & Religion
      Registration of birth
      Registration for school
      Issuance of
      ID card
      Electronic
      Government
      Issuance of
      driver’s license
      Filing of
      tax returns
      Electronic voting
      Transaction of
      SOCSO payments
      Issuance of home-
      building license
      ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT - services for citizens
      8
      David Asirvatham
    • Success of a nation
      What will drive the success of a Nation in 2020 and beyond?
      David Asirvatham
      9
    • LAND
      +
      LABOUR
      CAPITAL
      +
      ENERGY
      INFORMATION
      +
      KNOWLEDGE
      PRIMARY WEALTH CREATING ASSETS
      1800
      2020
      Success of a Nation
    • ICT in Education & Religion
      Malaysian National ICT Agenda
      PEOPLE
      - Work Culture
      - ICT Skills- Knowledge worker
      - Learning Society
      - United, moral & ethical
      EDUCATION
      KNOWLEDGE-BASED
      ECONOMY
      APPLICATION &
      CONTENT
      - Smart Schools
      - e-govt.
      - Smartcard
      - Tele-medicine
      - Others
      INFRASTRUCTURE
      - Communication
      - Fibre-Optic Cabling
      - Gigabit ATM
      - Satellite
      - Transport/Logistic
      - etc
      11
    • Role of Education
      SKILL DEV.
      PRODUCTIVITY
      SOCIAL HARMONY
      ECONOMIC GROWTH
      SOCIO-POLITICAL DEV.
      EDUCATION
      NATION BUILDING
    • Internet
      Internet is creating a new digital world. It is changing the way we do:
      • Business
      • Communicate
      • Manage
      • Banking & bill payment
      • Learn
    • World Internet Users
      14
      ICT in Education & Religion
    • Internet Users
    • Internet Users in Malaysia
    • Top 10 in Asia
    • 1873
      1876
      1886
      1903
      1906
      1926
      1952
      1953
      1975
      Number of years
      to spread to 25%
      of the population
      1983
      1991
      Source: http://www.eAPF.net
      Internet has the greatest impact on Society
    • Internet is reshaping the world
      ICT in Education & Religion
      Education
      e.g. E-learning
      INTERNET
      New Businesses
      e.g. Amazon, eBay
      IT professions
      e.g. Bill Gates, Dell
      Stock Market
      e.g. IT companies
      (Microsoft, Cisco)
      Internet Banking
      e.g. eCash
      New Products
      e.g. Animation, PDA
      19
    • Internet Revolution not Evolution
      E-Banking
      Traditional
      Banking
      E-Commerce
      B2C, B2B, etc
      Traditional
      Shopping
      E-Learning
      Traditional
      Classroom
      Internet, through e-learning, brings
      education to people
    • Demo: Skype
    • Security: CCTV
    • Video: Do You Know
    • E-Learning
    • E-Learning
      What is great about e-learning?
      Why people want to use it?
    • Learning
      Moving from e-economy to k-economy
      Learning will be come primary
      Integrating with other core business also become important
      More people need to be trained, more frequently
      How do we do this?
    • Evolution of Education
      ICT can change
      The way we teach
      The way we learn
      The way we manage schools
      The we lead the school
    • ICT in Education & Religion
      Change!
      Internet has started reshaping education.
      Education will not be the same in the next decade
      There is no going back. The traditional classroom
      has to be transformedWeb-based Education Commission, US
      All schools must be transformed
      by the end of this decade
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    • What is e-learning?
      David Asirvatham
      29
    • ICT in Education & Religion
      What is E-learning?
      The use of Internet technologies to deliver a broad array of solutions that enhance knowledge and performance
      Rosenberg, 2001
      E-learning is Internet-enabled learning
      http://www.cisco.com
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    • Traditional & E-learning Approach
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      ICT in Education & Religion
    • E-Learning: Blended Mode
      Interactive Digital Content:
      • more emphasis
      • on demand learning
      • interactive
      Chalk-and-talk has long
      ruled the classrooms
      will not be eliminated
      Less emphasis
    • ICT in Education & Religion
      E-Learning will be big
      Education and training forms one of
      the largest sectors of the economy
      in most countries
      Over the last decade, the number of
      corporate universities grew
      from 400 to 1,800
      Meister, Jeanne op. cit., endnote 23
      >50% of Fortune 500 companies
      have established corporate
      universities
      Moe and Blodgett, op. cit., endnote 21, p. 230.
      Skilled jobs now represent 85%
      of all jobs in US, in contrast to
      20% in 1950.
      http://www.webcommission.org/directory
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    • More people will need education
      A big growth is expected in the education market
      Student population in US colleges
      increase from 232,000 at the turn
      of the century to 13 million today
      In Malaysia, with one university
      in 1957 to over 50+ public and
      private university
      The US Army has established
      a online educational portal
      and hope to enroll 15,000 to
      20,000 of its army personnel
      for a degree programme
      The future soldiers will
      not be carry guns but
      computers
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    • Growth of e-learning
      UK e-learning market is expected to grow at 18% a year (“TrainingZONE”, 2007)
      The US corporate demand for learning services is expected to grow by a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 35.1% and it will approach US$10 billion by 2012 (Adkins, 2007).
      By 2012, 86% of all revenues will be derived from self-paced e-learning services
      The global e-learning market will surpass US$52.6 billion by 2010 (Kopf, 2007).
    • Growth of e-learning
      In US 1.6 million students registered for online degree programmes in 2002.
      The figure doubled in 2005 (Allen & Seaman, 2006).
      Today, of the 17 million students registered for higher education, 3 million are registered for e-learning programmes
    • Snapshots: Corporate Universities
      Using Cisco’s IP/TV, it can train
      up to 3,000 people at once
      worldwide
    • Snapshot: e-Universities
    • Benefits of e-Learning
      Learn anywhere, anytime by anyone
      Large audience
      Access to earlier materials
      Private & public discussion
      Large volume of resources/information
      Two-way communication (online chat, forum, etc.)
      E-Learning is interactive (not learning alone)
      Multimedia-based content
    • Demo on e-learning
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      ICT in Education & Religion
    • Impact of e-learning on institutions
      TRAIN MORE PEOPLE
      REDUCE COST OF TRAINING
      E-LEARNING
      ADULT LEARNERS
      IMPROVE QOS
      WIDER TRAINING ACCESS
      COMPETITIVE
      EDUCATIONAL
      INSTITUTIONS
    • E-Tools for Learning
    • ICT in Education & Religion
      Will the Internet reshape Teaching & Learning?
      Education
      e.g. E-learning
      INTERNET
      New Businesses
      e.g. Amazon, eBay
      IT professions
      e.g. Bill Gates, Dell
      Stock Market
      e.g. IT companies
      (Microsoft, Cisco)
      Internet Banking
      e.g. e-Cash
      New Products
      e.g. Animation, PDA
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    • e-Tools for e-learning 1.0
      E-mail
      Browser (Online Materials)
      Chat rooms
      Newsgroups
      Desktop video-conferencing (Netmeeting)
      Learning Management System (LMS)
      Management software
    • E-mail
      Powerful communication tool
      Interaction between Instructor and Learner
      Asynchronous communication
      Question and Answer sessions
      Forum
      Instructor should have the e-mail addresses of all learners
    • Online Materials
      Web, the largest digital library
      Vast amount of information
      4 x 1019 of information generated this year
      Unstructured
      For learning
      Need to select and filter
      Organise
      Presentation
      E-books
      http://visualbasic.freetutes.com/learn-vb6/lesson1.html
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      ICT in Education & Religion
    • E-learning 2.0
      David Asirvatham
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    • Web 2.0 ?
      What is web2.0?
      Platform to facilitate creativity, information sharing, and, most notably, & collaboration
      Web 2.0 does not refer to any specific change in the technology of the Internet, but rather the behaviour of how people use the Internet
      Examples include wikis, social networking sites, blogs,etc
      David Asirvatham
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    • Everything 2.0
      David Asirvatham
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      E-Learning 2.0
      Enterprise 2.0
      Libraries 2.0
      Education 2.0
      Management 2.0
      People 2.0
      Many more….
    • Top 10 Tools
      David Asirvatham
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      O=online; M=Mac; W=Windows
    • Twitter
      Sharing: What is happening now
      Stay connected
      Follow what a person is doing
      SMS via web?
      http://twitter.com/
      David Asirvatham
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    • LinkedIn
      Connect people
      Professional reference point
      World’s largest professional connections
      Business Oriented
      http://www.linkedin.com/
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    • Facebook:
      Networking
      Promotion of products
      Discussion
      Etc.
      http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/group.php?gid=2204956245&v=wall&ref=search
    • youtube
      Plenty of educational video
      Link to your website
      Recorded Lectures
    • Slideshare
      Sharing of presentation slide
      Powerpoint slides, word documents, etc
      the world's largest presentation sharing community
      http://www.slideshare.net/
    • Google
      Google
      Google Scholar
      Google Bookmark
      Google Reader
      Survey
      Chat
      Calendar
      Google Apps is free for education
    • Can we teach & learn using these e-tools?
      ICT in Education & Religion
      Facebook
      Twitter
      Myspace
      Youtube
      iPod
      PDA bible
      Many more…
      • Website
      • E-mail
      • Online resources
      • Online forums
      • Photo gallery
      • Database
      • Many more…
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    • Other e-tools
      Mind Mapping
      Mindplan
      Mindomo
      Wisemapping
      Mindmeister
      Timeline
      TimeGlider
    • Organise: Mind Mapping
    • Organise: Mind Mapping
    • Demo: MindMeister
      http://www.mindmeister.com/
    • Online Survey /Quiz
      Can be created in min.
      Easy to use
      Templates available
      Secured
      Auto-report generated
      Summary Reports
    • Online Survey: Demo
      http://www.questionpro.com
    • Online Survey
    • Online Survey
    • Online Survey
    • Content Development
      HTML
      Animation (e.g. Flash)
      Sound Editor
      Video Editor
      Storyboading
    • Content Development
      Screen Capture too
      Rapid content development
      E.gCamtasia
    • Sound Editor
      Many instructors are recording their lectures and upload to iPod, podcast, etc
      Sound editor to refine you lecture
      E.g. Audacity
      Free tools
    • Video Editor & Convertor
      Video capture
      Phone
      DV
      Notebook
      Edit the video & upload
      Windows Movie maker
      AVS4u
    • Photo Editor
      Image editing software
      Photoshop
      Picasa – free (Photo & album)
    • And many more…
    • Are we ready for e-learning?
    • The changes…
      • A study by National School Boards Association:
      • 96% of students with online access use social networking technologies (i.e. chat, text message, blog, etc)
      • 81% say they have visited online community within past 3 months (e.g. Facebook, MySpace, Webkinz, etc.)
      • 71% use it weekly
      • 60% of them discuss education-related topics
      • 50% talk specifically about school-work
    • The changes…
      The study also show that
      students are engaging in creative activities on social networking
      Example: writing, art, and contributing to collaborative online projects
    • Popular activities of students
    • Creative tools: Online Community
      There many online tools
      Chat
      Video conferencing
      Blog
      Discussion forum
      E-learning tools
      Many online communities
    • Online Community
      Traditional (offline) community
      No cyberspace
      Tied to location
      Can you like a person who you never met?
      But this is not true today
      Chatrooms, Facebook, MySpace, etc
      Virtual worlds are places the online communities get together
    • Online Community
      People make friends
      There is motivation
      People provide help and support
      People spend lots of time
      People exchange view
      People do shopping
      People attend school or university
      People learn…
    • Is online communities strong?
      March 2008 Election
      Online Relationship
      Proximity and frequency of contact
      Self-presentation
      Help each other
      Trust
      Behind Online communities are real people
    • Second Life …demo
    • Research in virtual world
    • Social Network in second Life
    • What is meant by “close” in second life?
      Trust and credibility - communication
    • Teaching in SL
      Be an early adopter
      Be creative
      Students are motivated
      Students can “do”
      Sense of real presence
      Fun factor – imagination & creativity
      Environment to promote creativity
    • Teaching in SL
    • Teaching in SL
    • Teaching in SL
    • Teaching in SL
    • Teaching in SL
    • Teaching in SL
    • Summary
      Adoption of online learning is vital for creativity and innovation
      Early adopter will lead rather than follow
      Students are already using the online tools
      Online tools will not replace Offline (traditional) tools but enhance them
      Blended approach is necessary
    • Conclusion
      E-learning offers great new opportunity to learn.
      Large range of e-tools are available for teaching, & learning
      Address the issue of “Digital Divide”
      Willingness to change
      We cannot be left behind by technology
      We must move forward with this technology
      Technology is a tool that will assist us in teaching and learning
    • Thank youEmail: david.asirvatham@um.edu.my