AIT WORKSHOP ON WEB-BASED COURSE DELIVERY
Over the next few years, AIT will make full use of Internet technologies in support of its core activity - the delivery of higher education to students and the region. This workshop is intended to enable faculty to contribute to efforts towards that goal. The workshop will:
· introduce various approaches to putting your courses on the web
· software tools - available from the DEC - which can be used
· examine constraints at various levels (individual, program, school, institutional) and propose means to overcome these constraints
DATES: Tuesday, April 18 - Wednesday, April 19.
The workshop will start at 1300 on Tuesday and run through to 1630 on Wednesday.
SESSION 1. TUESDAY AFTERNOON
Introduction and setting the context (1300 - 1315)
Synchronous and asynchronous modes of course delivery (1315-1630)
SESSION 2. WEDNESDAY MORNING
Implementation of web-based course delivery (0830 - 1000)
Practical issues; faculty concerns; identification of constraints;
incentives and other means of overcoming constraints
DEC software for migrating courses to the web (1030-1200)
Break for lunch
SESSION 3. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
DEC software for migrating courses to the web (1300-1600)
The workshop is open to all faculty on a first-come, first-serve basis. As we will need to reserve a lab for the two afternoon sessions, please register for the workshop by 1500 in the afternoon of Friday, April 7.
To do so, please go to the Distributed Education Center's homepage: http://www.dec.ait.ac.th
Organized by EDWG in conjunction with DEC.