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Presentation of Dr. Gatot Hari Priowirjanto (SEAMOLEC Director) for AAOU Conference, Hanoi, Vietnam 26-28 October 2010.

Presentation of Dr. Gatot Hari Priowirjanto (SEAMOLEC Director) for AAOU Conference, Hanoi, Vietnam 26-28 October 2010.

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  • 1. Dr. Gatot Hari Priowirjanto SEAMOLEC Director Presented on 24th Annual Conference Asian Association of Open Universities 26th-28th October 2010 Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 2. SEAMOLEC
    • One center under Southeast Asian Minister of Education Organization (SEAMEO)
    • Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization
    • Regional Open Learning Center
    • Established since February 27th, 1997
    • Located in Kompleks Universitas Terbuka,
    • Pondok Cabe, Tangerang , Indonesia
    • Visi on :
    • To be a center of expertise in open and distance learning
  • 3. SEAMOLEC
  • 4. ODL Infrastructures Satellite LAN/WAN Mobile
  • 5. SEA EduNet Infrastructures
  • 6. SEA EduNet Now & Future Installed Points No Countries Points 1 Cambodia 12 2 Indonesia 339 3 Myanmar 1 4 Philippines 9 5 Thailand 1 6 Vietnam 4 Single Sign On Sistem Upstream & Downstream Modem Digi Server Attractive Interface Additional Transponder Distributed Streaming Server N E X T G E N E R A T I O N
  • 7. ODL Model Technology: UDLR (Uni Directional Link Router) IPV6 Multicast
  • 8. SEAMOLEC Multi Studio (SMS) Streaming Recording
  • 9. Web Meeting / Web Minar Technology
  • 10. Examination System 1st Layer : Questions Data based 2nd Layer : Examination Media 1st Method : Laptop connected through WIFI 2nd Method : PC connected through LAN 3rd Method : Questions displayed on Projector 3rd Layer : Computer Answer Sheets 4th Layer : Local Computer Answer Sheets Processing 5th Layer : Online Statistic of the Examinations
  • 11. Game Based Learning Focusing on the game content and scenario rather than design and programming skill RPG Based Learning
  • 12. SEA Mobile Applications
    • 3 4 Applications
    • Tourism Guide Application
      • Khmer Vietnam Lao English Indonesia[5]
      • Khmer Vietnam English Indonesia [3]
      • Khmer English Indonesia [7]
      • Tagalog English Indonesia [3]
      • City Tour (english) [2]
      • Thailand English Indonesia [9]
    • Mobile Dictionary
      • Khmer English Indonesia [2]
      • Tagalog Visaya English Indonesia [1]
  • 13. Eng-Ind-Khmer Tourism Guide
  • 14. Stand alone m-Learning http://www.getjar.com/mobile/14428/elementary-english-test-for-nokia-6120-classic/
  • 15. Stand alone m-Learning
    • Menu List :
    • English Grammar
    • Simple Test
    • High Score
    • About the software
    • Help menu
  • 16. BlackBerry Learning
  • 17. Mobile Game Based Learning MATH RUN Category : Mathematics MORE THAN WORDS Category : English MORE THAN WORDS Category : English
  • 18. MGBL Tutorials (9 Books)
  • 19. Programs
    • Training on ICT Based Learning Teachers
    • MGBL Development
    • Development of Indonesia Border Region
    • School Partnership Program
    • SEAMLESS Education
  • 20. Training on ICT Based Learning Techers
  • 21. MGBL Development
    • Workshop
      • Duration : 5 – 8 days
      • Materials : Java fundamentas, Mobile Programming, Mobile Game Programming
      • Objectives : a simple MGBL
    • Joint Research
      • Duration : 1 – 2 months
      • Each research group consist of 5 – 10 students with 1-2 teachers/lectures to assist
      • Objectives : 2 mobile applications (standalone mlearning)
    • Festival
      • Once a year
  • 22. MGBL Development
  • 23. Development of Indonesia Border Region
    • Indonesia MoNE has launched a speedy access to education for the border regions of Indonesia
    • SEAMOLEC representing the SEA EduNet system, hopefully the remote area without the terrestial network will pick the signals to receive television broadcast of education information
    • Objectives:
      • Speed up the distribution of education information;
      • Eliminate impartiallity in education;
      • Develop further patriotism and nationalism;
      • Improve education quality in remote area.
  • 24. Development of Indonesia Border Region
  • 25. School Partnership Programs
    • The SEA EduNet system as one of the methods in the delivery system for ODL
    • School Partnership program was initiated to build collaboration and networking among schools in Indonesia and overseas as an effort to succeed the development of SEA EduNet content
  • 26. School Partnership Programs
    • Objectives of Program
      • To build collaboration between schools in Indonesia and Southeast Asian and other SEAMEO associate member countries;
      • To improve quality of learning through collaborative study ;
      • To provide pathways for teachers to do research;
      • To share knowledge, culture, and values through colllaborative e-learning, exchange students/teachers, and joint training.
  • 27.
    • Scheme of the program
      • Phase 1 : School profile selections
      • Phase 2 : Pre-departure training
      • Phase 3 : Departing to the destination countries (Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Germany, New Zealand, Australia ) and do the workshop and discuss about the MoU and the collaborative action plan
      • Phase 4 : Training/workshop for collaborative e-learning & assessment in SEAMOLEC
      • Phase 5 : Development of online learning material
      • Phase 6 : Implementation of collaborative learning
      • Phase 7 : Teacher/student exchange
      • Phase 8 : Program evaluation
    School Partnership Programs
  • 28.
    • Countries Participating in the Program
    School Partnership Programs No Countries Nmbr of Participants Venue of Workshop Date 1 Thailand 20 Ind, 20 Thai Eastin Hotel, Bangkok 27-29 Nov 08 2 Vietnam 15 Ind, 15 Viet HOU 12-17 Des 08 3 Philippines 16 Ind, 14 Phil House of Indonesia, Davao 12-14 May 09 4 Australia 10 Ind, 5 Aus Ind. Embassy, Canberra 11-13 Nov 09 5 Thailand 15 Ind, 15 Thai Hat Yai, Songkhla, Southern Thailand 15-19 Feb 10 6 New Zealand 14 Ind, 8 NZ Ind. Embassy, Wallington 12-16 Apr 10 7 Germany 6 Ind, 8 De Ind. Embassy, Berlin 26 Apr-7 May 10 8 Thailand 18 Ind, 17 Thai Jogjakarta, Ind 4-7 May 10
  • 29. School Partnership Programs
  • 30. SEAMLESS Education
    • Education for All and Education for Sustainable Development are a big challanges and ideals in the world of 220 millions people in Indonesia.
    • SEAMOLEC, Indonesian Polytechnic Consortium, Director of Vocational Education, and Director of Higher Education, MoNE Indonesia agreed to conduct a system called SEAMLESS Education or education without borders.
    • Facilities of Indonesian State Vocational Schools is used for Higher Education.
  • 31.  
  • 32.
    • Reaching the unreachable,
    • Making the world into one world of learning