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Enhancing the Quality of E-Learning through Meaningful Interactions. Zoraini Wati Abas, Ed. D. Professor, Faculty of Education and Languages/ Director, Centre for Quality Management and Research & Innovation Open University Malaysia Kuala Lumpur. Outline. Introduction

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Enhancing the quality of e learning through meaningful interactions

Enhancing the Quality of E-Learning through Meaningful Interactions

Zoraini Wati Abas, Ed. D.

Professor, Faculty of Education and Languages/

Director, Centre for Quality Management and Research & Innovation

Open University Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur


Outline

Outline

Introduction

The Pedagogical Blend at OUM

Design and Development of Quality E-Learning

Concluding Remarks

24 April 2008

CQMRI


On e learning

On E-learning

Knowledge generation really occurs in teams

Where people engage in meaningful work.

Peter Senge

“If we build it they will come”

"Someday, in the distant future,

our grandchildren's grandchildren

will develop a new equivalent of our classrooms. They will spend many

hours in front of boxes with fires glowing within. May they have the wisdom to

know the difference

between light and knowledge."

Plato


Open university malaysia

Open University Malaysia

  • Established in 2001

  • First intake of 753 students

  • 61 learning centres locally

  • Total enrolment > 67,000 students

  • >3,500 tutors (part-time)

  • About 50 degree and post-graduate programmes

  • Over 400 courses

  • 70+ faculty members

  • Blended learning pedagogical approach


The pedagogical blend at oum

The Pedagogical Blend at OUM

Interaction between print module and other forms of learning


Success with e learning

Success with E-learning

Collaborative-Constructivist

Learning

Systematic approach

Meaningful interactions and appropriate presence


Interactivity learner teacher content

Interactivity: learner, teacher, content

Modes of interaction between student, teacher and content

(Garrison & Anderson, 2003)


Interactivity in forums

Interactivity in forums

Extent to which

participants construct

meaning through

sustained communication

Ability of

Participants to project themselves socially and emotionally.

The facilitation of the construction of learning; providing guidance related to subject matter

Community of Inquiry Model

(Garrison, Anderson and Archer, 2000)


Mylms features selected

myLMS Features (Selected)


Topics of online discussions

Topics of Online Discussions


Topics of online discussions1

Topics of Online Discussions


Sample discussion

Sample Discussion

Sample


Rubrics for award of marks for online discussions

Rubrics for Award of Marks for Online Discussions


Continuum for interactivity and dynamism of learning materials

Continuum for interactivity and dynamism of learning materials


Design and development of quality e learning

Design and Development of Quality E-Learning


Instructional design and motivational elements

Instructional Design and Motivational Elements


Sample

Sample

  • Multimedia Courseware


Concluding remarks

Concluding Remarks

  • Growth of e-learning has been explosive but care must be taken in the planning and implementation

  • Create opportunities for collaborative-constructivist for deep, meaningful learning

  • Quality depends on right kind/amount of expertise

  • E-learning – continuously evolving (new tools, new ideas, new solutions)

  • Consider the Gen Y learners (born 1981-1995) – Web 2.0


Thank you

Thank you.


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