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Information communication technology for public administratgors educ 212b

INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATGORS (EDUC 212B)

Professor:

Dr. ROSELLE J. RANARIO

[email protected] 0919-703764

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Information communication technology for public administratgors educ 212b

  • Knowledge and skills are acquired and honed by practice, not only by listening to lectures or by memorizing information.

  • Consequently, you must assume a high degree of independence and responsibility for your own learning in order to succeed in this course.

  • Importantly, this does not imply that your every effort must be a success. Failures, but learning from your failures, are more common to practicing scientists than are the experimental successes.


Information communication technology for public administratgors educ 212b

Although some of your class periods will be in the lecture format, the structure of this course is primarily based on the model of collaborative learning. That is, most of the periods will be spent in cooperative learning, online group activities, individual activities, video presentations, computer-based multimedia presentations, and other interactive learning modalities.


Objectives

Objectives

formulate a working definition of interactive multimedia;

connect the literature on the instructional design of multimedia courseware to actual practice;

use systematic instructional design principles in the design and development of an educationally relevant and instructionally sound final project;

develop conceptual flowcharts for content and process in interactive multimedia instructional programs;


Information communication technology for public administratgors educ 212b

  • This course uses a constructivist approach to learning giving students a great deal of flexibility in the direction, scope, and purpose of course projects. A variety of class activities are planned. Some of these activities are based on cooperative learning techniques and team dynamics, so students should come prepared to interact.

  • The general format of this course will be a mixture of demonstration, discussion, and hands-on experiences.


Introduction

Introduction

  • The over-all structure of the economy is changing. A new industrial sector is emerging from the convergence among computing (computers, softwares, services), communications (telephony, cable, satellite, wireless), and content (entertainment, publishing, information providers).

  • This intercative multimedia industry is narrowly defined as 10% of the US GDP. By the end of 1996, this industry will be an almost $1 trillion industry – 44% communications, 28% content. By 2005, the industry will have grown to $1.47 trillion (Tapscott, 1995).


Information communication technology for public administratgors educ 212b

  • Just as automobile changed the landscape of the world, both physically and socially, multimedia will revolutionize the world again. Already, more Americans make computers than cars, make more semi-conductors than construction machinery, and work in data processing than in petroleum refining.


Research work 1

Research Work 1

Direction: Make a Book Paper on the following concept (E-mail or print in short size bond paper, verdana font size 12)

Internet Worked Government

Chapter 6 of Don Topscott’s DIGITAL ECONOMY

  • Read and summarize your reactions on Internetworked government

  • Advantages, disadvantages


Information communication technology for public administratgors educ 212b

  • The Age of Networked Intelligence is an age of promise. It is not simply about the networking of technology but about the networking of humans through technology.

  • It is not an age of smart machines but of humans who through networks can combine their intelligence, knowledge and creativity for breakthroughs in the creation of wealth and social development.

  • It is not just an age of linking computers but of internetworking human ingenuity. It is an age of vast new promise and unimaginable opportunity.


Information communication technology for public administratgors educ 212b

  • But the Age of Networked Intelligence is also an age of peril.

  • For individuals, organizations and societies that fall behind, punishment is swift. It is not only old business rules but governments, social institutions and relationships among people that are being transformed. The new media are changing the ways we do business, work, learn, play and even think.


Research work 2

Research Work 2

Direction: Make a Book Paper on the following concept (E-mail or print in short size bond paper, verdana font size 12)

Distance Learning

  • What is Distance Learning?

  • Instructional Communication Functions

    • Teleconference

    • Online Technologies

  • Distance Learning Issues

  • Describe how the SWU Graduate School Distance Learning operates. What are its advantage and disadvantages. Comment on how to enhance or sustain the effective delivery of instruction through DL.


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