I continued to focus more of my attentions lately on sharing new ideas with like-minded people, especially on the area of ICT, Technology, E-Learning, Educational Technology and the likes in Education and English learning. One of the outputs is this following discussion. I met Meng, the Director of Studies on the Institute of Health and Management (IHM) on the E-Learning forum I attended last time. She offered me to share my ideas on E-Learning at her institution and see the emerging possibilities.
While I was directly ‘drowned’ with so many activities, I couldn’t get myself to quickly contact her. After several days, she seemed to manage to search my online profile and came to my email, asking the same thing. I then replied and proceeded to the query. I went to the institute by bus and train and arrived 10 minutes earlier. I learn many good things here and being on time is one of them. I was introduced to some staff and directed to the presentation room. I prepared myself and after everything was ready, I started to talk my ideas. Health is not my area, so I could not talk much on this. But, E-Learning is an applied science, it can be implemented in any areas. The following slide talks some similar ideas taken from the teleconference I did earlier for STAIN Palangka Raya, Kalimantan. But this one is more comprehensive and ‘open’, in the sense that ‘it solely depends on what the institute needs on its focused area’.
Here is my slide. Have a look and please share your thoughts :). Thank you for reading.
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