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MALAYSIA:. e-ASEM Whitepaper on e-Learning for Lifelong Learning. PROF DR MANSOR FADZIL Senior Vice President Open University Malaysia. e-ASEM Research Network Meeting & Seminar 30-31 August 2010 - Phuket, Thailand. LIFELONG LEARNING AS THE THIRD PILLAR OF HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT.

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MALAYSIA:

e-ASEM Whitepaper

on e-Learning for Lifelong Learning

PROF DR MANSOR FADZIL

Senior Vice President

Open University Malaysia

e-ASEM Research Network Meeting & Seminar

30-31 August 2010 - Phuket, Thailand

lifelong learning as the third pillar of human capital development
LIFELONG LEARNING AS THE THIRD PILLAROF HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT

Human Capital Development

School System

Tertiary Education

Lifelong Learning

guiding principles in developing key initiatives
GUIDING PRINCIPLES IN DEVELOPING KEY INITIATIVES

K-SOCIETY

  • Enculturation of lifelong learning as a national agenda
  • Maximum impact and complementarity
  • Accountability
  • Creativity & innovation
  • Leveraging on ICT
  • Benchmarking with international best practices

Guiding Principles

LIFELONG LEARNING

KEY INITIATIVES

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National Committee for LLL

Flexi LLL for All

STRATEGY 1:

UPGRADING MECHANISMS & INFRASTRUCTURE FOR LLL

Institutional Transformation Programme

Research & Development for Innovation (ReaDI) in LLL

LLL-on-Track

TOTAL BUDGET RM496.5 mil

Productivity Gain Programme (PGP)

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“LLL FOR EVERYONE” Branding

STRATEGY 2:

ENHANCING PUBLIC AWARENESS & INVOLVEMENT IN LIFELONG LEARNING

“LLL IS EVERYWHERE” campaign

MyLLL

TOTAL BUDGET RM89.3 mil

“Hop-on-the-LLL-Train”

Campaign

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LLL QA and Recognition Centre

(L-QARC)

National Centre for APEL (NCAPEL)

STRATEGY 3:

ENSURING CONTINUITY & APPRECIATION OF LLL

Credit Bank System (CBS)

TOTAL BUDGET RM117.9 mil

Malaysian Online LLL Framework (MOLF)

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National LLL Fund

LLL

Savings Fund

LLL

Award of Excellence

STRATEGY 4:

PROVIDING FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR LLL

Additional LLL

Tax Incentives

LLL

Loan Scheme

TOTAL BUDGET RM8,507.1 mil

NonGovernmental LLL Fund (MyLLL Grant)

executive summary
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Lifelong learning (LLL) initiatives still new

LLL important for improving professional &

personal lives

Government focus on LLL began with 8MP

(2001-2005)

e-Learning in LLL:

Segregated efforts & still in infancy

chapter 1 the malaysian education system 1 2
CHAPTER 1:THE MALAYSIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM (1/2)

Not compulsory

Included in concept of

LLL in Malaysia

Compulsory & free

Standardised system

chapter 1 the malaysian education system 2 2
CHAPTER 1:THE MALAYSIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM (2/2)

Post-Secondary Education:

Tertiary Education:

  • Additional schooling (GCE ‘A’ Level)
  • Matriculation certificate
  • Pre-university programmes (private colleges)
  • Certificate & diploma programmes
  • Public institutions:
    • Universities, polytechnics, community colleges
  • Private institutions:
    • Universities, colleges, branch campuses
chapter 2 concepts of lll e learning 1 2
CHAPTER 2:CONCEPTS OF LLL & e-LEARNING (1/2)
  • LLL:
    • Formal LLL:
      • Certificates, diplomas & degrees at formal institutions
      • Importance of RPL & APEL
    • Non-formal LLL:
      • E.g. training & apprenticeship schemes
    • Informal LLL:
      • Not well-documented
      • Geared towards community or self-development & personal interest

“A process for the democratisation of education through the

acquisition of knowledge, skills & competencies

via formal, informal or non-formal means

based on workplace experiences or training.”

chapter 2 concepts of lll e learning 2 2
CHAPTER 2:CONCEPTS OF LLL & e-LEARNING (2/2)

“e-Learning is the first step towards capitalising on knowledge.

(It) envisions the creation of formal & informal network,

providing the opportunity & cultivating an ethos of lifelong learning

for individual, organisational, institutional & societal advancement.”

  • e-Learning:
    • e-Learning in Schools:
      • MySchoolNet, Smart Schools, Computing Tabling Project, Computerisation Programme, EduWebTV
    • e-Learning in Universities:
      • ODL institutions:

UNITAR, OUM, WOU, AeU, MEDIU & INCEIF

chapter 3 policies funding regulation 1 2
CHAPTER 3:POLICIES, FUNDING & REGULATION (1/2)

LLL & e-Learning in Government Policies:

Funding for LLL:

  • 8MP, OPP3, KEMP, 9MP, NHEAP, NHESP
  • Spanning period between 2001 to 2010
  • Various strategies & action plans
  • Budget: MYR 45.1 billion* or € 10.9 billion

*For education & training (2006-2010)

  • Sources for public institutions: HRDF, SDF, NHEF, PSD
  • Sources for private institutions: also includes NHEF
chapter 3 policies funding regulation 2 2
CHAPTER 3:POLICIES, FUNDING & REGULATION (2/2)

Legislative Acts:

Quality Assurance:

  • Education Act 1996
  • PHEI Act 1996
  • NCHE Act 1996
  • LAN Act 1996 (MQA Act 2007)
  • Universities & University Colleges (Amendment) Act 1996
  • NHEF Corporation Act 1997
  • None specific to LLL or e-learning
  • Responsible agencies →
chapter 4 status characteristics 1 2
CHAPTER 4:STATUS & CHARACTERISTICS (1/2)
  • Diverse LLL programmes throughout Malaysia
  • Lack of co-ordination
  • Needs resolute effort
  • Use of e-learning in LLL:
    • Limited to formal education at tertiary level
    • In schools: focused on provision & use of ICTs
    • Informal level: bridging digital divide; creating awareness, etc

Status:

chapter 4 status characteristics 2 2
CHAPTER 4:STATUS & CHARACTERISTICS (2/2)

Characteristics:

Corporate e-Learning:

  • ODL institutions: Key proponents of LLL & e-learning
  • 6 ODL institutions with own LMS, virtual libraries & learning materials, etc
  • Adopt hybrid/blended pedagogies & open entry system
  • Generally target working adults
  • New phenomenon in Malaysia
  • Complements traditional training programmes
chapter 5 examples of e learning lll
CHAPTER 5:EXAMPLES OF e-LEARNING & LLL

Formal & Non-Formal Examples:

Informal Examples:

Malaysia’s 1st ODL institution

  • Public universities, e.g. USM, UKM, UPM, UM
  • .
  • Community colleges
  • e-Learning for the Public Sector: INTAN
  • MyGfL, Rural Internet Programme, e-Community Centres
  • eBario Project (UNIMAS)
  • Others: MCA, IAB, MKM
chapter 6 recommendations prospects
CHAPTER 6:RECOMMENDATIONS & PROSPECTS

RECOMMENDATIONS:

PROSPECTS:

  • Establish National e-Learning for LLL Council
  • Establish a proper definition of LLL for Malaysia
  • Still a long way to go for Malaysia
  • Community colleges as LLL hubs of the country
  • Higher education institutions to spearhead e-learning
  • ICTs as a tool, enabler for LLL & driver for creativity
  • Need for benchmarking system
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THANK YOU

Prof Dr Mansor Fadzil: mansor@oum.edu.my

Prof Dr Latifah Abdol Latif: latifah@oum.edu.my