INTRODUCTION TO WEB-BASED     INSTRUCTION (WBI)
“Web-based Instruction (WBI) is ahypermedia-based instructional program     which utilizes the attributes and   resources ...
“Application of cognitively oriented    instructional strategies within aconstructivist and collaborative learning     env...
Teaching and learning supported by the    use of Internet technology, usingelectronic resources distributed over the      ...
Web-based                 Instruction                    (WBI)                                    Web-based  Online       ...
Economy              Technology          Teaching            and          Learning
   Saving the cost:     Material production      (eg: CBT, live broadcast, web-based learning      objects)     Transpo...
   A complete package of instructional    technology delivery     Medium      ▪ Web + Multimedia + Streaming     Conten...
 Face-to-face vs independent learning Objectivist vs constructivist On-site vs off-site Support traditional and face-t...
“The potential benefit from for formulating      evaluation methodologies for the Web (for instructional materials) depend...
   Anytime, anywhere (24 X 7)   Student-centered   E-moderation   Interactivity (System, Peer and Instructor)   Conte...
   Course Outline     Overview of the course structure     Provide hyperlinks to course pages     Simple HTML pages co...
   Exercises & Assignments     Areas for students to do exercises and      assignment.     To be completed by students ...
   E-mail     For mailing purposes, notification of assignment due      dates, feedback of assignments.   Notice-board ...
   Multimedia resources     One major advantage of WBI – multimedia      resources can be accessed and stored within    ...
   Advanced elements demand more time, cost and    resources.     Conferencing Tools     Class List & Student Homepage ...
   To reduce travel expenses.   For outreach to other students.   To improve training quality.   To improve training e...
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  1. 1. INTRODUCTION TO WEB-BASED INSTRUCTION (WBI)
  2. 2. “Web-based Instruction (WBI) is ahypermedia-based instructional program which utilizes the attributes and resources of the World Wide Web to create a meaningful learning environment where learning is fostered and supported.” (Khan, 1997)
  3. 3. “Application of cognitively oriented instructional strategies within aconstructivist and collaborative learning environment, that utilizing the attributes and resources of the World Wide Web.” Relan & Gillami, 1997
  4. 4. Teaching and learning supported by the use of Internet technology, usingelectronic resources distributed over the Web.
  5. 5. Web-based Instruction (WBI) Web-based Online TeachingInstruction and Learning TERMINOLOGIES Online Online Teaching Training & Learning
  6. 6. Economy Technology Teaching and Learning
  7. 7.  Saving the cost:  Material production (eg: CBT, live broadcast, web-based learning objects)  Transportation (eg: distance learning, virtual education)
  8. 8.  A complete package of instructional technology delivery  Medium ▪ Web + Multimedia + Streaming  Content providers  Learning objects and materials  Easy updating
  9. 9.  Face-to-face vs independent learning Objectivist vs constructivist On-site vs off-site Support traditional and face-to-face teaching and learning Motivation Excitement Enjoyable
  10. 10. “The potential benefit from for formulating evaluation methodologies for the Web (for instructional materials) depends on whether or not the Web will become a permanent medium or apassing fad? In fact, the Web will likely soon become the most popular medium for the delivery of distance education type materials.” (Nichols, 1995)
  11. 11.  Anytime, anywhere (24 X 7) Student-centered E-moderation Interactivity (System, Peer and Instructor) Contents Updating and Distributions
  12. 12.  Course Outline  Overview of the course structure  Provide hyperlinks to course pages  Simple HTML pages containing material relevant to that part of course. Course Materials  Pages of more structured course contents  Notes, concepts mapping, reading materials  Texts, simple graphics, audio.
  13. 13.  Exercises & Assignments  Areas for students to do exercises and assignment.  To be completed by students as they work through the course materials.  Computer automated assessment: True false questions, objectives, fill in the blank.  Teacher assessment: Semi-structured, essays.
  14. 14.  E-mail  For mailing purposes, notification of assignment due dates, feedback of assignments. Notice-board / Announcement Page  Useful feature that may appear as soon as a student enter the web site.  Eg: Pop-up windows – Javascript.
  15. 15.  Multimedia resources  One major advantage of WBI – multimedia resources can be accessed and stored within the learning environment.  Simulations, Virtual Reality, Animatronics, etc.  More sophisticated educational materials.
  16. 16.  Advanced elements demand more time, cost and resources.  Conferencing Tools  Class List & Student Homepage  Online Assignment & Assessment  File Upload Area  Calendar  Search Tools  Etc…
  17. 17.  To reduce travel expenses. For outreach to other students. To improve training quality. To improve training efficiency or timing. To boost the image of the training organization.

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