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  • 1. Java Education Network Indonesia JENI for ASEAN Countries Gatot Hari Priowirjanto Cahya Kusuma Ratih
  • 2. One Million Clients by SEAMEO SEAMOLEC SEAMEO SEAMOLEC Southeast Asian Minister of Education Organization Regional Open Learning Center ( SEAMOLEC ) is one of the 15 centers under the auspices of Southeast Asian Minister of Education Organization (SEAMEO). Established in February 27, 1997 with the current project SEA EduNet
  • 3. JENI uses SEA EduNet
  • 4. JENI uses SEA EduNet JARC
  • 5. SEA EduNet Nodes TIMOR LESTE
  • 6. JENI in Indonesia + Indonesian Regions
  • 7. Involved University/College : 74 Univ./Colleges Involved School : 71 Schools
  • 8. JENI’s Curriculum 1 2 3 Mobile Game Enterprise Web Desktop Game
  • 9. JENI’s Instructor More than 800 Instructors • JENI 1 : 384 persons • JENI 2 : 172 persons • JENI 3 : 108 persons • JENI 4 : 141 persons • JENI 5 : 81 persons • JENI 6 : 89 persons
  • 10. JENI’s Students  More than 12.000 Students  Current data from 21 Academies No JENI Study Joint the Pass the exam exam 1 Jeni 1 3994 2872 1196 2 Jeni 2 3151 558 60 3 Jeni 3 2539 534 60 4 Jeni 4 1446 170 58 5 Jeni 5 830 128 46 6 Jeni 6 630 137 58
  • 11. JENI’s Network in Indonesia 76 Local Academy 3 Regional Academy 2 Research Center
  • 12. JENI’s Orientation People Development Product Development Standard Developer (National & (Game Corner) International certification level) Multi discipline (starting from High School Level) For ASEAN Countries Edu-Game Based Learning Open & Distance Learning Business incubator
  • 13. JENI for ASEAN JENI Target for ASEAN countries: 500 Schools 3 Years to come 100 Universities
  • 14. JENI for ASEAN
  • 15. Mobile Game Based Learning @ JENI Objectives  For students & educators :  New experience of learning  Everywhere, Everyone, and Everytime Learning  For developers :  Integration of Arts, Technology, and Pedagogic  Complex and advance challenges to research and develop  For industry  Business incubator  Qualified Developers
  • 16. JENI’s Mobile Game Curriculum with Java Micro Edition Mobile Game Training
  • 17. JENI’s Mobile Game Curriculum with Java Micro Edition Mobile Game Training
  • 18. Game Contest 2007 - 2008 National Event • VEDC Malang : August 2007 • Poliseni Jogja : March 2008 • Udinus Semarang : April 2008 • PENS ITS Surabaya : May 2008 International Event • STEI ITB Bandung : December 2008 Mobile Game National Event • VEDC Malang : August 2008
  • 19. Game Technology Consortium  CLSU, Philippines  HOU, Vietnam  Royal University Cambodia  UTiMARA, UMM, OUM, Malaysia  National Open University of Lao PDR  ITB, ITS, Udinus, Jogjakarta Art of Polytechnic, VEDC Malang, Bali State of Polytechnic,Jakarta State of Polytechnic Indonesia
  • 20. Game Corner 2008 - 2010 Contest & Exhibition 69 Local 3 National 1 ASEAN Student Group 70 National 24 ASEAN 16.000 - 18.000 Game Products
  • 21. Development Strategy Game Corner at SEAMOLEC partners Training & Internship Modelling Edu Game Degree Diploma III / IV Master degree on Game Technology Internal R & D Game Contest & Festival
  • 22. JENI Services JENI Portal ( http://jeni.diknas.go.id ) JENI Mailist ( jeni-diknas@yahoogroups.com ) JENI Forum ( http://jeni.seamolec.org ) Modul Web Based Course Development JENI Instructors and Consultants cooperated with Sun Microsystem and JUG Indonesia Nasional Online Exam (JENI) and International Sertification – Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP) JENI Festival & Exhibition
  • 23. Curriki’s Program OBJECTIVES  To implement the Curriki platform for Open Source Curriculum (OSC) development.  To identify, select the best practices, and develop several promising models for integrating ICT into the secondary school learning process  To disseminate the ICT best integration models through the Southeast AsianEducation Network (SEA EDUNET)