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LMS @ GCSP. Own client For GCSP purposes only Password protected – limited access Compatible with other systems Latest version Regularly updated after each phase of development. Advantages of e-learning from a GCSP perspective. Individualized learning Enhancing human interaction

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lms @ gcsp
LMS @ GCSP
  • Own client
    • For GCSP purposes only
    • Password protected – limited access
    • Compatible with other systems
  • Latest version
    • Regularly updated after each phase of development
advantages of e learning from a gcsp perspective
Advantages of e-learning from a GCSP perspective
  • Individualized learning
  • Enhancing human interaction
  • Different learning elements
courses
Courses
  • In-house development of 5 courses
    • The use of the Learning Management System
    • ESDP I / ESDP II
    • Conflict Prevention and Conflict Resolution
    • NATO Enlargement
  • Courses to come
    • Northern Europe
    • UN and Europe
  • First experiences and in-house capacities in course development
classes guided courses
Classes – Guided Courses
  • Course with « peer students »
  • Guided by an instructor (faculty member)
  • Asked to participate in discussions and to do some assignments
  • Timely limited / contributions on time
interactivity
Interactivity

Courses

Messages

Messages

Students

Students

Instructor

Classes

Discussion

Chat

Discussion

Chat

classes guided courses1
Classes – Guided Courses
  • First test class
    • On NATO enlargement
    • 12 participants – in the range of expectations
    • Positive response in discussion
  • Successful first test-bed
  • Problematic limitation to Alumni
    • Not much time
    • Not yet used to e-learning
  • Future classes
    • NISC – parallel to classroom teaching
    • EDA-Course – in substitution of one week
tendency in teaching
Tendency in Teaching

Short Time – More Money

Individual Learning

Collaborative Learning

Life-long learning

tendency in teaching1

Executive courses combined with e-learning

Accredited/ recognised programs

Refresher courses online

Exchange on experiences (chat)

Tendency in Teaching

Short Time – More Money

Individual Learning

?

E-learning

Collaborative Learning

Life-long learning

the way ahead
The Way Ahead
  • E-learning @ GCSP to be integrated in a variety of activities – top-down approach
  • Support of resident courses
    • Accreditation / mutual recognition of existing classroom courses
    • Preparation for executive courses
  • Alumni Network
    • Training modules throughout the year
    • Eventually combined with the topic of the Alumni Meeting
    • Preparing participants for future use
    • Alumni Website
  • Within PfP Consortium
    • Profit from a network in course development
    • Sharing cost – exchange of courses – joint development
possible use of e learning

Introduct.

Guest Sp.

Curr. Ev.

Guest Sp.

Reading

Guest Sp.

Ind. Study

Panel

Conclus.

Resident class

Add. Mod.

e-learning

Intro Mod.

Evaluation

On-line discussion on the topics mentioned during the week

Possible Use of e-learning
  • Support of classroom activities
possible use of e larning

NISC

ITC Term 3

Intro

Concl.

Resident class

e-learning

e-learning moduls

Possible Use of e-larning
  • Electives in Major Courses
possible use of e learning1

ITC Term 1 ITC Term 2 ITC Term 3

Resident class

DEGREE

e-learning

Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Module 5

Possible Use of e-learning
  • Additional Lessons to Obtain a Degree
possible use of e learning2

On site

Introd

Resident class

Executive Course

e-learning

Module 1 Module 2 Module 3

Possible Use of e-learning
  • Preparation through e-Learning
possible use of e learning3

Resident class

Introd

Executive Course

e-learning

Introd

Module 1 Module 2

Paral. e-Course

Conclusions

Possible Use of e-learning
  • Embrace of Residential Courses
the future of e learning
The Future of e-learning
  • Will be important part of teaching methodologies
  • Has to be combined with classroom activities
  • Future development towards Knowledge Portal
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