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  • 1. E–LEARNING
    E – L E A R N I N G
    E–LEARNING
    PRESENTED BY GROUP5
    NILA, LILI, RIANA, FURU, JAJAT
  • 2. DEFINITON and objectives
    COMPONENT
    ADVANTAGES
    DISADVANTAGES
    METHOD
  • 3. DEFINITION
    E-LEARNING (ELECTRONIC LEARNING):
    Darin E. Hartley [Hartley, 2001]
    Teaching and learning process by using internet media, intranet or other computer network in order to give the material to the students.
    E-learning is a means of education that incorporates self-motivation, communication, efficiency, and technology. (Matt Comerchero)
    E-learning is the continuous assimilation of knowledge and skill by adults stimulated by synchronous and a synchronous learning event and sometimes knowledge management outputs-which are authored delivered, engaged with supported and administrated using internet technologies. (Morrison 2003)
  • 4. OBJECTIVES
    To increase access in learning opportunity and flexibility
    To enhance general quality of learning
    To develop skills and competencies
    To meet the learning style/needs
    To increase Cost effectiveness
  • 5. E –LEARNING COMPONENT
    1. TECHNOWARE (object-embodied technology)
    2. HUMANWARE (person-embodied technology)
    3. ORGAWARE (institution-embodied technology)
    4. INFOWARE (document-embodied technology)
    Susanto (1991) in Mukmin (2008)
  • 6. E-learning component
    E –LEARNING
  • 7. ADVANTAGES
  • 8. DISADVANTAGES
    • NEED THE TECHNOLOGY OF INFORMATION
    • 9. NEED A HARD PROGRAMMING
    • 10. E-LEARNING NEED A HIGH COST FOR THE FIRST TIME
    • 11. NOT ALL PEOPLE WANT TO USE E-LEARNING
  • METHOD OF DELIVERY IN E-LEARNING
    Synchrounous e-Learning:
    Teachers and students in the same class and time, but different place. (teleconference)
    Example :
    I am the student of one of university in Jakarta follow the lecturer with the Prof in Bandung
    Asynchronous e-Learning:
    Teachers and students in the same class (virtual class), but different time and place.
    It need LMS(Learning Management System) such as content based text, content based multimedia, online 24 hours nonstop
  • 12. TELECONFERENCE
    Synchrounous E-learning
  • 13. EXAMPLE
    BLOG; WIKIS; SOCIAL NETWORKING ETC
    Asynchrounous E-learning
  • 14. CONCLUSION
    E-LEARNING IS USED FOR THE TEACHING LEARNING THAT USED INTERNET WORLDWIDE
    IN E-LEARNING, COMPUTER SYSTEM AND APPLICATION ARE NEEDED IN ENCOURAGING THE PROCESS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING
    4x3
    16x9
  • 15. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION
    SEEYOU
    UHAMKA POST GRADUATED PROGRAM
    UHAMKA POST GRADUATED PROGRAM
    UHAMKA POST GRADUATED PROGRAM
    CREATED BY : JAJAT