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  1. Topic 4: Social Issue Dan Ru ISYM-540-P 07/30/2009

  2. Technology-enhanced learning (TEL) • Computer, digital technology • “Pedagogy empowered by digital technology” • Planned teaching/learning experience • Company: employee training • University: distance education • 80s in China: TV-university

  3. Technology-Enhanced Learning Goals Benefits Access to quality education Affordable education Convenience and flexibility to learners Reducing environmental impact • Support any learning activity through technology • Provide socio-technical innovations • Improving efficiency and cost effectiveness

  4. Navy e-Learning • Knowledge management and reusability • Available to military members • active duty • Retired • disable • Certificate courses • Military training • civilian skill sets • E-learning system • Provide learning objectives • Evaluate the progress of student

  5. e-Learning Content Development

  6. Development E-learning 1.0 E-learning 2.0 Built around collaboration Emphasis social learning Conversation and grounded interaction Use social software, social networks Virtual classroom • First 10 years • Focus on using internet • Replicate instructor-led experience • Lead learner through content • Provide a wide set of interactions, experiences, assessments, simulations

  7. E-learning 2.0 • Social software • Blogs, wikis, podcasts • Virtual worlds (Second Life) • Social networks • Online learning communities • Test preparation • Language education • Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL) • Handheld computers • Cell phones • Virtual classroom • Live online presentation (Temple Fox School)

  8. E-learning 2.0

  9. 3D Virtual Learning Environments • Second Life become virtual classroom in colleges and universities • Harvard University • University of Edinburgh (UK) • Open University (UK) • Most widespread • Language learning • Many universities • Mainstream language institutes • Private language schools

  10. Market • e-Learning industry worth over $53 billion • Basic enabler of e-learning • Internet • Multimedia • Three key sectors of e-learning industry • Content • Technology • Services • Covers a wide range of instructional material that can be delivered • On CD-ROM, DVD • Over a local area network (LAN) • Or on the Internet

  11. Growth Industry High Education Rapidly growth By 2006, nearly 3.5 million students Majority of higher education institutions for-profit institutions Half of Private schools non-profit schools Online doctoral programs developed at Leading research universities • Self-paced (asynchronous) • Continuously grew • Highest in 2007 to 20% • First drop in 2008 to 16% • Virtual class (synchronous) • Dropping year-by-year • From 16% in 2005 • To 8% in 2008