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Title: E-Learning: Current Trends


1
E-Learning Current Trends Practices
  • By Maisarah Bt Mokhsein

2
Overview
  • Definition
  • History of E-Learning in Malaysia
  • Advantages Disadvantages
  • Current Trends Practices
  • E-Learning in Malaysia
  • Implementation in UNITEN
  • Conclusion

3
DEFINITION
  • E-Learning is a learning process that is
    facilitated and enhanced by using digital tools
    such as CD-ROMs, video conferencing, websites,
    e-mail and many more, where the content and
    instruction is delivered electronically.
  • E-learning ? distance learning
  • Distance learning Physical separation of the
    student with the instructor and classroom.
  • E-learning Can become part of the classroom
    environment.

4
HISTORY OF E-LEARNING IN MALAYSIA
  • E-learning strategies have been introduced into
    public universities since 1996
  • 1990s Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr. Mahathir
    bin Mohamad introduced Vision 2020
  • 1996 Establishment of the Multimedia Super
    Corridor and the privatization of tertiary
    education.
  • Since then, E-learning is introduced widely and
    is encourage to be implemented in organizations
    and education.

5
ADVANTAGES
  • Individualization -Learn in own pace
  • Distance, money time constraint cost savings
  • Improved access and flexibility -Transfer
    information faster, available 24/7, everywhere. 
  • Improved control and standardization
  • -Get the right information
  • Enhanced communication and collaboration -Share
    manage knowledge and skills, active participation
  • Demonstrating concepts that are difficult to
    convey in any other medium

6
DISADVANTAGES
  • Expensive to Create
  • Either Ugly or Too Much Graphics and Not Enough
    Content
  • Hard to Use
  • Slow
  • Plug-ins

7
CURRENT TRENDS PRACTICES
  • 1 E-learning as a business strategy
  • -E-learning is now widely used in smart companies
  • to train their employees. Here each employees is
  • given the best instructor and they can also have
    an
  • active participation in online discussions.
  • 2 Blended learning
  • -This trend merge online learning with
    traditional
  • methods. Meaning the e-learning can reach lots of
  • people at one point and not one at a time.
    Blended
  • learning can be the mix of web-based learning,
    computer
  • based learning, audio and video clips,
    role-plays, case
  • studies, documentations (supported by technology
    )
  • 3 Moving from discrete to integrated learning
  • -In other words, synchronous activity.

8
CURRENT TRENDS PRACTICES
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CURRENT TRENDS PRACTICES
  • 4 Podcasting
  • Gaining popularity, but has bandwidth issues
  • 5 M-Learning (Mobile Learning)
  • Is still not widely use in Malaysia
  • 6 Learning Management system (LMS)
  • -A software package that allows management and
    delivery of
  • learning content to the learners. It is a web
    based system
  • that allows the management of instructor led
    courses, virtual
  • classroom, online courses and many more. It also
    tracks the
  • learners progress and performance of all the
    activities they
  • are involved in.

10
E-LEARNING IN MALAYSIA
University E-Learning Software Functions Link
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) - Form in Feb 2002 Morpheus (Moodle) Learnfinity Assignments Journal Quiz Survey Chat Forum Glossary Wiki New Messages Registered Courses My Progress Report My Calendar Users Online News Events Search http//www.calm.unimas.my/index.php?optioncom_contenttaskviewid90Itemid123 http//morpheus.calm.unimas.my/login/index.php http//elearning.unimas.my/eles/login.php?req_uri2Feles2Fset_lang
11
E-LEARNING IN MALAYSIA
University E-Learning Software Functions Link
Universiti of Malaya (UM) Unidentified 1.Notes Online (EBook format) 2. Document (uploaded  managed by lecturer) 3. Assessment Online Quiz/Survey with 7 type of questions 4. Announcement News 5. Forum 6. Learning Tracks   7. Links Reference http//elearning.perdana.um.edu.my/login.php http//ict.um.edu.my/abtelearning.html
12
E-LEARNING IN MALAYSIA
University E-Learning Software Functions Link
Multimedia University Malacca (MMU) Multimedia Learning System (MMLS) Developed fully using open source technology Auto sequencing slides Questions bank Auto administration On-line self test Short notes, course outline, past year exam paper Lecturer Notes, References E-mail, Chat, discussion board On-line forum by course for asynchronous interactions Report on students progress in table and chart format Extensive student monitoring and tracking m-Learning (coming soon) https//mmlsmelaka.mmu.edu.my/aboutmmls.htm
13
E-LEARNING IN MALAYSIA
University E-Learning Software Functions Link
Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) LMS Announcements Documents Forum Learning Tracks Links Assessments http//www.learncare.uum.edu.my/ http//www.elearn.uum.edu.my/
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Other Universities
  • Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman -UNITAR
  • Universiti Sains Malaysia - USM (Moodle)

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IMPLEMENTATION IN UNITEN
  • Things to consider
  • Students
  • Activities
  • Mixed mode
  • Fully online
  • Modules / Courses Assessment?
  • Accreditation issues
  • Infrastuctures
  • Additional classroom/ smart lab
  • Bandwidth issues

19
Suggestions
  • Test e-learning to degree students
  • Make e-learning part of assessment criteria for
    classes (i.e. online forum discussions, online
    quizzes, learning tracks, podcasting)
  • Study what are students academic achievements
    before and after e-learning?

20
CONCLUSION
  • It is said that e-learning can save cost but the
    important factor of e-learning in University is
    whether e-learning can improve the quality of
    education.
  • E-learning also involves ongoing infrastructure
    cost, if it is not used, it will become a burden
    to maintain it.

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REFERENCES
  • http//elearningconcepts.wikispaces.com/CurrentTr
    endsinE-Learning
  • http//www.leftbrainmedia.com/e_disasters.html
  • http//www.leftbrainmedia.com/e_advantages.html
  • http//www.elearning-onestop.com/about_elearning.h
    tml
  • http//elearningmalaysia.blogspot.com/
  • http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elearning
  • http//iznan.com/elearning/e-learning-tools/
  • http//www.elearning-avenue.com/history-of-elearni
    ng-a-brief-history-of-e-learning-and-distance-educ
    ation/
  • http//lyon.chin.gc.ca/tael-pte/module1/m01t03p01_
    e.asp
  • http//www.learningcircuits.org/2002/nov2002/finn.
    htm
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