Presentation on theme: "Greetings AEN Conference 2004 in Singapore Takashi SAKAMOTO, Prof. Dr. Chairperson, AEN Promotion Committee."— Presentation transcript:
Greetings AEN Conference 2004 in Singapore Takashi SAKAMOTO, Prof. Dr. Chairperson, AEN Promotion Committee
1 Distinguished Guests Delegates from METI, Japan Delegates from NTU, LSTC, and SITF e-Learning Chapter, Singapore Delegates and Participates from AEN Countries and World
2 Dr. Daniel Tan, Director, Center for Educational Development, NTU Mr. Lim Kin Chew, Chairman, LSTC Mr. Alex Siow, Chairman, e-Learning Chapter, SITF and Organizing Committee Members
3 Thanks for your SUPPORT PARTICIPATION PREPARATION MANAGEMENT ARRANGEMENT
4 WITHOUT your COLLABORATION ASSISTANCE EFFORTS We could not have the AEN Conference 2004 in Singapore.
5 History 2001 FY –At the AEM+3 meeting in Siem Reap, Cambodia in May 2001 Proposed as a new initiative by METI, Japan –At the AEM+3 meeting in Hanoi, Viet Nam in August 2001 Approved as an AEM+3 project by many countries 2002 FY –Establishment of “Asia e-Learning Network” –First international conference in Tokyo –AEN Experimental Projects with 6 countries 2003 FY –Second international conference in Tokyo –AEN 4 Working Groups and ALIVE （ AEN LMS & contents Interoperability Validation Experiment ）
6 Asia e-Learning Initiative Promoting Asian cooperation to facilitate the spread of e-Learning –Improving access to high-quality education/training –Standardization –Knowledge sharing Establishment of “Asia e-Learning Network”
Asia e-Learning Network
8 Each Country Government Government Bodies National Policies Implementation Vendors Universities Promotion Promotional Organizations Proposal Support Stimulate Japan Singapore China VietnamBrunei Cambodia Lao PDR Malaysia Myanmar Korea *Sharing Information *Standardization *Promotion Asia e-Learning Network Thailand Indonesia Philippines
9 AEN Activities in 2004 Four working groups –Interoperability Technology –Standards Certification Program –e-Learning Professionals –e-Learning Quality Assurance/Management AEN conference 2004 in December Research on e-learning trends in Asian region
10 Portal Site of AEN Contact Point –AEN ：
11 Present Status
e-Japan Priority Policy Program August 2003 / July 2004
13 e-Japan Strategy Statement Ⅱ July, 2003
14 ・ Advancement of HRD and Promotion of Education and Learning ・ high value on “e-Learning”
15 Promotion of Distance Education through IT e-learning in higher education Teacher education by e-learning e-learning in Asia
16 Capacity Building IT professionals Enhancing International standardization of IT performance skills
17 Content Production Cultivating content creators Supporting content production Dissemination of digital content Consolidation of Infrastructure Education on copy right problems
18 Today’s Program 2 Keynote Speeches 13+1 Country Reports 4 Working Group Reports
19 Through These presentations, we expect to learn; Collaboration among –Government –Promotion Organization –Implementation Groups is enhanced.
20 The Importance of –e-Learning –Human Resource Development in IT field is increasing.
21 In order to promote –Priority Policy Program in each Country –Continuous Collaboration within AEN will be more and more needed.
22 Please Enjoy The Conference and Gain Useful Information.
23 Thank you! Takashi SAKAMOTO, Prof. Dr. Chairperson, AEN Promotion Committee