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2 Debbie Chavez Debbie Chavez NCU Dr. Gatin EL E-Learning Advantages 1 BenefitsTheoriesModelsTools E-Learning

3 e is for electronic. Learning is learning. e is for educational delivery method E –learning is internet enabled learning Information and communication technology Material accessed via internet, web, CD Delivery methods Synchronous Asynchronous Instructor-led Self-study w/subject expert Web-based Computer-based Video

4 < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zG4 ovP0RZVESlide 3 WHO?WHAT?WHERE?

5 WHO? ALL LEARNERS EVERYWHERE

6 ELearning Culture Administrator Teacher Learner Self directed Self-motivated Self-regulated Lifelong learning Create learning environment Provide ICT infrastructure & Resources for Lifelong Learning Understand learning and its need Facilitate learning Create Learning Opportunities

7 Anderson, T., 2003

8 WHAT?

9 WHERE?

10 Traditional Classroom E- Learning Classroom Physical: Limited Size synchronous Unlimited Anytime Anywhere Content Textbooks Library PowerPoint Video Multimedia Simulation On Demand Synchronous Asynchronous Personalization One learning Path Learner Determined Path & pace

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12 Reading Elearning

13 Naïve: Reading non e-learner vs. Savvy: Reading e-learner Units: Voxels

14 ConstructivismConnectivism BehaviorismCognitivism E- Learning

15 3P WMD Web Mobile Devices Adaptive Models Problem Based PBL Personal Learning Design eADDIE

16 Rich Internet applicationRich Internet application (RIA) — defines the experience brought from desktop to browser whether it is from a graphical point of view or usability point of view. Some buzzwords related to RIA are Ajax and Flash. Web-oriented architectureWeb-oriented architecture (WOA) — is a key piece in Web 2.0, which defines how Web 2.0 applications expose their functionality so that other applications can leverage and integrate the functionality providing a set of much richer applications. Examples are feeds, RSS, Web Services, mash-ups. Social Web — defines how Web 2.0 interacts much more with the end user. FolksonomyFolksonomy: Free Classification of Information Rich User Experience User as a Contributor Long Tail User Participation Basic Trust Dispersion

17 16 Learners study wherever they have access to computer or Web 2.0 tool Option to choose materials & level of knowledge & interest Flexibility to join discussions & conveniently scheduled Reduces travel cost, resources and time Self-paced learning modules allow self-pace Development of computer & internet skills transferable Successful completion of online courses =self-knowledge, confidence and learner responsibility Different learning styles addressed & facilitation of learning occurs through varied activities

18  Learner centered. A students monitor own progress.  Ease in monitoring learners & grade management  Opportunity to eliminate discrimination in other countries  Convenient  Self service  On demand whenever; repeatable  Self-paced  Private  Flexible  Media rich Consistent- quality

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