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    • 1. Concepts for Life-Long-Learning on the Internet Diplom-Kaufmann Uta Krope (info@krope.de) Dr. Thieler –Mevissen (gerda.thieler-mevissen@t-online.de )
    • 2. Index:
      • The group “Senioren-Lernen-Online” (SLO) and the concept: eLearning and lifelong learning by Uta Krope
      • Introduction into different types of multimedia communication (general and used by SLO) by Uta Krope
      • Use in internal communication by Dr. Thieler-Mevissen
    • 3. real Meeting Virtual Meeting 1. Concepts: Multimedia communication, eLearning, lifelong learning
    • 4. 1. Concepts: eLearning voice chat virtual classroom diverse same distance learning synchonously mixture thereof (Blended Learning) WWW E-Mail webbased training diverse diverse distance learning asynchronously white board beamer same same classroom (real) Media room time Form
    • 5. 1 . Concepts: Spectrum of eLearning
      • Formal learning:
      • You go where the bus goes
      • Informal learning:
      • You go where you choose
      • Learning with SLO:
      • SLO gives the thread
      • You choose, what you like
      © Jay Cross http://internettime.com
    • 6. 1. Concepts: elearning by SLO
      • Content
      • Self-study
      • PDF-file
      • PPT-file
      • JPG-file
      • Communication
      • On-line-tutoring
      • E-Mail
      • VoIP, i.e. Skype
      • Virtual classroom
      • Construction
      • Exercises
      • Practices
    • 7. 2. Introduction into different types of multimedia communication
    • 8. Example: Structure of a slo-course „audio“
      • Google-group audio with the content of the audio-course, material and group informations, exercises
      • Google-calendar for invitation of the group–members
      • Fixed date: skype and vyew online
      • Add-On: Blog and podcast
    • 9. Google Groups
      • discussions/ forum informations
      • members pictures and contacts, mailinglist
      • webpages exercises, knowledge base
      • filesharing
    • 10. Online communication by Skype teacher student
    • 11. Chat slide Voicechat by skype Student Moderator
    • 12. Teacher Student
    • 13. Sharing: doc, txt, ppt, gif, mp3, mov Content Lecture Material Tutorial Foreign language audio and videos Software Audacity, Camstudio Mediaencoder Moviemaker, Super 2007 Hardware Headset and Microfon Webcamera, Digitalcamera, Videocamera User Poducer Weblog Videopodcast Audiopodcast Googledoc Flickr WEB 2.0 Host
    • 14. real Meeting Virtual Meeting
    • 15. Allow common access to working materials by uploading of files to Web2.0 servers Discuss ideas in the Internet in discussion panels or by VoIp Replace personal meetings by virtual ones Recommendations
    • 16. Upload of working materials
    • 17. Discussion Panels
    • 18. Discussions: Use of Voice over IP (Skype)
      • Files can be distributed, and information may be supplemented
      • No preceding registration of conferences at the phone company
      • Messages (with links) can be transmitted in a text chat
    • 19. Replace real meetings by virtual ones
    • 20. Conclusion Use real meetings for your personal relations

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