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Introduction to e learning in fds


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Introduction to e learning in fds

  1. 1. Introduction to e-learning in FDS C. Jayawardena 03/11/2010
  2. 2. E-learning • E-learning is essentially the computer and network-enabled transfer of skills and knowledge. • E-learning applications and processes include Web-based learning, computer-based learning, virtual classroom opportunities and digital collaboration. • Content is delivered via the Internet, intranet/extranet, audio or video tape, satellite TV, and CD-ROM. It can be self-paced or instructor-led and includes media in the form of text, image, animation, streaming video and audio.
  3. 3. • E-learning is basically any use of electronic technologies to deliver or support teaching and learning. This includes 'online learning' (which some people do use as synonymous with e-learning), but also includes the use of Powerpoint and data projectors, or even e-mail E-learning
  4. 4. First years (53 students) • More than 60 % students – good at MS office • More than 50 % students – web browsing • Almost all – interested in using computers for the learning process
  5. 5. Second years (60 students) –subject specific e-learning • More than 73 % students “applicability of acquired knowledge in your studies ”is high • Almost all – “recommend it for juniors”
  6. 6. If this programme can be held at least at the beginning of 2nd year, it may be very very helpful to our academic carrier. Please do it for future junior batches. Put a notice which indicates those websites in the CAL unit .
  7. 7. I feel that if we go through these important sites which are subject related very helpful to us. So I thank your team to give valuable information.
  8. 8. It will be very perfect if these lectures and introductions were done at the beginning of my 2nd year. Students’ comments
  9. 9. It was a good thing which arouse my curiosity of several aspect of internet browsing which I never felt before.
  10. 10. E-learning sessions are good. Can learn lots of things. It’s very useful for our lectures. I hope it would help us more than now in final two years.
  11. 11. • Do this course to next batch in 1st Semester in 2nd BDS then it is useful in 2nd year studies. • Do this course in intensive course. So it’s helpful. Given web addresses more helpful • It was very useful me to know the web addresses relevant to my subject.
  12. 12.  Students’ interests (+++)  Students own computers, mobile phones (+)  Interest of teachers, keen staff (++)  Many lectures on ppt –multimedia (++++)  Experts (+)  Number of computers in CAL of FDS (-)  Servers / LMS (-)  Designing e- learning material (-)  e-learning material (++) Where are we?
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  22. 22. Histology Resources Anatomy-Histology Tutorials Blue Histology - Large Images - Not all browsers Cell Biology Media Database - Many Electron Micrographs Histology - Univ. of Arizona Histological Staining Techniques Histology (BIO189) - Brown Histology - UI Urbana Histology Atlas Histology - (Scroll down) BIODIDAC Histology CD Histology Learning System - at BU Histology Tutorial HistoNet HistoSearch Hyperlinked Human Histology Integrated Medical Curriculum JayDoc Histoweb LUMEN Histology Slide Series Mammalian Histology - U. Delaware
  23. 23. Lectures available to students through internet !
  24. 24. Lectures available to students through internet !
  25. 25. What don’t we think about.. • Browse the web and recommend reliable websites for the students during your lectures
  26. 26. What don’t we think about.. • Upload your lecture material to the intranet and update your lectures every year
  27. 27. What don’t we think about.. • Use e- forum/blog for assignments for the students
  28. 28. Thank you