Senin, 21 November 2011

Open Educational Resources (OER) in a global world



Open Educational Resources (OER) in a global world


Gathering the Evidence: The Use, Adoption and Development of Open Educational Resources in AustraliaDOCX
David Bull
Development of open content and OER repository: Assuring the quality through collaboration with academic communityDOC
Tsuneo Yamada, Tatsuhiko Kawashima, Seiji Utsumi, Sumiko Ogawa, Yasuhide Nakamura, Yosuke Morimoto
Borderless Content: The Adventure of the Copyleft ResourceDOC
Juvy Lizette Marcos Gervacio
Chemistry course for radiochemistry engineers on the platform Moodle: a support to self-education for undergraduate studentsDOC
LE BOLAY Nadine
Developing web-based integrated educational resources based on a multi-generational model to provide open educational resources (OERs) for learnersPDF
MOHAMMAD IMAM FARISI
Development and Evaluation of Internet-Based Instructional Design Assistance for Print-Based Self-Learning MaterialsDOC
Ahmad H Mohamad
Development of training in entrepreneurship skills for use in formal and non-formal educational settingsDOCX
Jos Rikers, Judith Pete, Henk van den Brink
Integrating Open Educational Resources in Situated Learning Design for Professional EducationDOC
Mohan Menon
OER - Open Educational Resources. A national project in SwedenDOCX
Ebba S I Ossiannilsson
OER Utilization and Needs Analysis for Distance Education Teachers in China: A Survey ReportPDF
Qing Chen
Open Educational Resources: Evidence from non-English speaking countriesPDF
Dendev Badarch
Open Educational Resources: Students’ Perspectives in an International Learning EnvironmentDOCX
Muharrem Yilmaz
The Use Open Educational Resources (OERs) to support the Quality of Learning TeachersDOC
Heni Safitri
Prospects and Challenges of the Introduction of Open Educational Resources in Indonesia
Daryono Daryono, Udan Kusmawan, Olivia Idrus


Sumber:

Universitas Terbuka

Jumat, 18 November 2011

Management and strategic development of Open and Distance Learning Part II



Management and strategic development of ODL


Strategizing Open and Distance Learning to Enhance Inclusiveness in Higher EducationPDF
Yasmin .
Toward World Class University: How Universitas Terbuka (UT) Managing Organizational Change to Increase Accessibility, Quality, and Continuous ImprovementDOC
Agus Joko Purwanto
Transformed situated agency: a vision for student counselling in ODLDOC
Willem Van Schoor
Consortium Building - The Power of Strategic AllianceDOC
Janet Paterson-Weir, Tricia Donovan
The Motivation Strategies for Learning of Postgraduate Distance Education StudentsDOC
Sheila Reyes Bonito, Rita Cui Ramos
e-Learning at the National Open University of Nigeria: incremental small steps, or a brave leap to the cloud?DOC
Alexander Romiszowski
Students’ Perception on the Quality of Service of Universitas Terbuka Online Bookstore as a Distribution System of Learning MaterialPDF
RINI DWIYANI, MEIRANI HARSASI, OLIVIA IDRUS
Making Regulation Work for Global Learning CommunitiesDOC
Maria Fe Villamejor-Mendoza
Analysis of Determinant Factors Affecting the Quality of Online Tutorials for Distance Students at Universitas Terbuka, IndonesiaPDF
Maya Maria, Ginta Ginting, Aminudin Zuhairi, Kurnia Endah Riana
Effects of Source and Level of Conflict on Employee Performance at Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia ( A Study on Three Units of Distance Learning University)DOC PPT
heriyanni Mashithoh, Andi Sylvana, Yun Iswanto
Face The Book With Facebook; The Use of Facebook as Library’s Tool and Open Educational ResourceDOCX
yasir Riady
Monitoring strategical information for distance learning management in national levelDOCX
Raphael Augusto Teixeira De Aguiar, Alessandra Dahmer, Lina Sandra Barreto Brasil, Ana EmĂ­lia Figueiredo De Oliveira, Heider Maciel
Face-to-face tutorials service for a large number of distance education students at Universitas Terbuka’ (UT) regional office , IndonesiaXML
Dina thaib
Increasing students' activities and independent learning level through exploratory discussion method based on projectsPDF
Tri Dyah Prastiti, Jackson Pasini Mairing

The Evaluation of Interactive Video Program Of Marketing Management CourseUNTITLED PPT
MUHAMMAD MUZAMMIL, Meirani Harsasi, Heriyanni Mashithoh


Sumber:

Universitas Terbuka

Selasa, 15 November 2011

Management and strategic development of Open and Distance Learning Part I





Management and strategic development of ODL

Credit Transfer and Accumulation System: Case Studies of Distance Education in ChinaPDF
geng chen, cheng xu, runzhi zhang
PERCEPTION OF HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES TO THE ACCESSIBILITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNINGDOC
ILA FADILA
A Strategic Road-Map to the Development of a National System for Distance Education in IndiaPDF
Pankaj Khanna, P. C. Basak
Developing competencies for distance educators in the knowledge societyDOCX
Stella C Porto
The winds of change and the implementation of elearning at the University of BotswanaDOCX
Regina Masalela
Balanced Score Card Approach for Strategic Development of ODLDOC
Natarajan Panchanatham
CHALLENGES FOR SUCCESSFUL PLANNING OF OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING (ODL) - A TEMPLATE ANALYSISPDF
Ansie Minnaar
Consortium Building - The Power of Strategic AlliancePDF
Janet Paterson-Weir, Tricia Donovan
Engaging the Open and Distance Learners via Online Community to increase their Commitment to stayDOC
Richard Ng
Contributing Factors Affecting Non-Active Students To Return to The Faculty of Economics, Universitas TerbukaPDF
Kurnia Riana, I Nengah Baskara, Maya Maria
FACTORS AFFECTING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF POLICIES RELATING TO RESIDENTIAL THESIS SUPERVISION FOR STUDENTS OF MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAM IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONPDF
Sofjan Aripin
IMPLEMENTING PRACTICAL SKILLS IN A DISTANCE LEARNING AGRIBUSINESS PROGRAM AT THE INDONESIAN OPEN UNIVERSITYDOC
Pepi Rospina, Ida Malati
Higher Education and the case of the vanishing student: making the “invisible” visible again.DOC
Scott Lawton
Video Conference Based Courses: A Lesson Learned from UIDOCX
Gatot F Hertono


Sumber:

Universitas Terbuka

Kamis, 10 November 2011

Perpustakaan Desa

Visi

Menuju Desa Cerdas dan Mandiri

Misi

Mencerdaska Kehidupan Desa

Program

Pengumpulan Buku-Buku Bermutu




PERPUSTAKAAN DESA & PUSAT PENGEMBANGAN PENDIDIKAN MASYARAKAT
Desa BANGUNHARJA

Menerima:

Titipan Wakaf/Donasi Pustaka, berupa,

Buku (e-buku yg baru/bekas, fiksi, ilmiah)
Majalah
Dan bahan Pustaka lainnya.

Perpustakaan digital (Inggris: digital library atau electronic library atau virtual library) adalah perpustakaan yang mempunyai koleksi buku sebagian besar dalam bentuk format digital dan yang bisa diakses dengan komputer. Jenis perpustakaan ini berbeda dengan jenis perpustakaan konvensional yang berupa kumpulan buku tercetak, film mikro (microform dan microfiche), ataupun kumpulan kaset audio, video, dll. Isi dari perpustakaan digital berada dalam suatu komputer server yang bisa ditempatkan secara lokal, maupun di lokasi yang jauh, namun dapat diakses dengan cepat dan mudah lewat jaringan komputer.

Tantangan yang dihadapi dunia Perpustakaan, dokumentasi dan informasi di masa sekarang dan mendatang berbeda dari tantangan di masa lampau, sebagaimana perkembangan dunia ilmu, pengetahuan, dan teknologi yang sangat pesat.

1. Kesehatan

2. Pendidikan

3. Ekonomi dan Pengingkatan Daya Beli Masyarakat

4. Pertanian

5. Peternakan

6. Kehutanan

TEKNOLOGI TEPAT GUNA :
KETAHANAN PANGAN & KESEHATAN :

Keanekaragaman kreativitas, inovasi, serta kecepatan penyediaan informasi diperlukan bagi pusat dokumentasi, pusat informasi serta perpustakaan. Selain itu diperlukan Sumber Daya Manusia (SDM) yang professional dalam mengelola dan melayani masyarakat pemakai.

SDM dituntut profesional, dalam hal ini adalah cepat tanggap terhadap perkembangan kebutuhan dengan menyajikan informasi yang dibutuhkan, mengikuti perkembangan sarana teknologi informasi dan telekomunikasi, tidak berorientasi pada kebutuhan finansial semata, tidak cepat menyerah terhadap pandangan orang terhadap profesi yang dimiliki.

Semoga Bermanfaat

Sumber:

1. Perpustakaan Desa dan Pusat Pengembangan Pendidikan Masyarakat (P3M)
Desa Ciburial, Bandung

2. Warintek, KEMENRISTEK

3. http://aditiana89.blogspot.com/2011/04/perpustakaan-digital-bangunharja.html

Quality and Open and Distance Learning – the way forward Part II


Learning Without Thought is Labor Lost: New Models and Methods For Quality Knowledge Production in an Open and Distance Learning Doctoral ProgramPDF
Bryan A. Booth
Literature and Diversity Teaching Resource Against Evasion in Distance EducationDOCX
Maria EugĂȘnia Bresolin Pinto, Alessandra Dahmer, Luciana Boose Pinheiro
Metaevaluating distance education program evaluations on a national levelDOCX
Juan Jose Melendez
Pedagogical Designs for Online Distance LearningDOC
PATRICIA ARINTO
Quality and Blended Learning: an evaluative exploration of approaches to learner transformationDOCX
Danny S N Wong, Kam Cheong Li
Quality Assurance in Open and Distance Learning: An audit of published research in the last decadeDOCX
Kam Cheong Li, Danny S N Wong
Quality processes in technology enhanced thesis work: - Negotiating knowledge interests and providing process support onlinePDF
Henrik Hansson
Dynamic Formative Assessement in Online Learning EnvironmentsDOC
J. Michael Spector, Ph.D.
The Approaches of Quality Assurance for Higher and Open Education in TaiwanDOC
Yi-Fang Lee, Fang-Shen Chiang
Development and application of lecture quality management to improve education effect in distant educationPDF
Kyung A Son
The Relationship between Learning Styles and Academic Achievement and Its Implications on the Open and Distance Learning (ODL) PracticeDOCX
Mohamad Toha
The Evolution and Spatial Patterns of Test Scores for Open Education Students, a Study Base on GIS Technology in ChinaPDF
Tingting Zhao
IMPLEMENTATION OF DRY LABORATORIUM IN VASKULAR PLANT TAXONOMY PRACTICUM (BIOL4447) FOR DISTANCE LEARNINGDOC
Elizabeth Novi Kusumaningrum, Subekti Nurmawati
SUSTAINABLE DISTANCE LEARNING DESIGN: QUALITY, EFFICIENCY, EFFECTIVENESSDOC
Roderick Sims
A Student Survey on Critical Factors of Quality Assurance in Online and Distance LearningDOC
Li Chen, Bin Bai, Yang Xu, XinYi Shen
Factors affecting student motivation in distance educationDOC
Gunnar Wettergren
Quality of Self Learning Materials: An Analysis of SLMs Developed by Directorate of Distance Education, Dibrugarh UniversityDOC
Manashee Gogoi, Mukut Hazarika
Extension Education at a Distance : An opportunity and challenge in skill practice implementation (A case at Universitas Terbuka – Indonesia Open Learning)DOC
Nurul Huda, Sri Harijati, Ludivica Endang Setijorini
Students’ perception on quality assurance system of distance education at Universitas TerbukaPDF
Aminudin Zuhairi, Endang Nugraheni, Ida Malati Sajati, Sri Yuniati Putri Koeshandini, Suci Mardiati Isman
The challenges of blended learning in a Canadian college settingDOC
Kelly Edmonds
Accreditation, Benchmarks, and Competition: The ‘ABC’s’ of Quality Assurance in Open and Distance LearningXML
Nancy Parker
GUIDE’s contribution to quality assurance in distance education: a multi-perspective approachUNTITLED
Laura Ricci, Valentina Valle Baroz
Factors Affecting Customer Satisfaction Of Online Bookstore In An Open And Distance Learning InstitutionUNTITLED PPT
Yun Iswanto, Adhi Susilo, Heriyanni Mashithoh
INVESTIGATING THE USE OF LEARNING OBJECTIVES AS AIDS TO SELF REGULATING LEARNING IN ONLINE STUDY AND RESTUDY ACTIVITIESXML
Rob Mc Travish, Ojat Darojat
Assuring Quality of Test Item Banking System to Enhance Quality and Flexibility of Examination System at Universitas Terbuka, IndonesiaUNTITLED
Suci Madiarti Isman, Amalia Sapriati, Aminudin Zuhairi
E-XCELLENCE NEXT in a National, European and World perspective; sharing expertise on quality assurance in e-learning.XML
George Ubachs

Sabtu, 05 November 2011

Quality and Open and Distance Learning – The Way Forward Part I


A new era for open learning? SUNY Empire State College, 40 years onDOCX
Alan Davis
Expanding and Going Forward by Developing ODL Courses with LearnersPDF
Shobhita Jain
Formulating Learning Support Guideline For Mathematics Department: Bassed on Students Expectations in Online TutorialDOCX
Tutisiana Silawati, Tutisiana Silawati, Mulyatno Mulyatno
A Model for Developing TAP for Biology Students at Universitas Terbuka, IndonesiaDOC
Einstivina Nuryandani
Quality Assurance in e-learning: PDPP Evaluation Model and its ApplicationDOC
Weiyuan Zhang, Yau Ling Cheng
Achieving Competency of Vascular Plant Taxonomy Practicum Course through Combination Wet lab and Dry labDOC
Winarni Inggit, Sri Kurniati, Susi Sulistiana
An Empirical Study on the Critical Factors of the Performance of E-learning from the Perspective of Education Production FunctionDOC
Qin Hua Zheng, Li Cao
An exploratory investigation into the development of a distance education provision quality indexPDF
Tichatonga Josphat Nhundu
Balancing Stakeholders’ Perspectives of Quality In Overall Quality Assurance SystemDOC
Ojat Darojat, Michelle Nilson Levisohn
Building Quality Assurance For Open and Distance Learning (Experience from Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia)DOCX
Sri Yuniati Putri Koes Hardini
Comparison between scores of paper-based and computer-based examination resultsPDF
Amalia Sapriati, Amalia Kusuma Wardini, Olivia Idrus
Incorporating quality assurance criteria for OER and Social Networking in the E-xcellence QA methodology.PDF
Keith Williams
Learning Aspects for Manufacturing Enterprises within Aerospace industry entering into Quality Standard AS9100PDF
Monika Hattinger, Nico Treurnicht
Continuous Improvement in Learning and Examination Materials through Internal Audit: UT’s ExperiencesDOC
Siti Julaeha, Yos Sudarso
Experience on Universitas Terbuka's Regional Offices in Assuring the Quality of Student Registration, Learning Supports, and Examination ProcessDOC
Deetje Sunarsih
Exploring the Possibilities of Virtual Laboratory in Helping the Students of Universitas Terbuka in Conducting Science Laboratory ActivityDOCX
A.A. Ketut Budiastra
Key performance indicators in formulating strategic planning at Universitas Terbuka, IndonesiaDOC
Susy Puspitasari, diki diki