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KPT 4033 :TEKNOLOGI & INOVASI DALAM PENDIDIKAN

KPT 4033 :TEKNOLOGI & INOVASI DALAM PENDIDIKAN. KULIAH 7 : Integrasi teknologi Internet dalam pendidikan. Learning Outcome:. At the end of the class students will be able to: Understand various Internet tools which can be use to integrate into education.

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KPT 4033 :TEKNOLOGI & INOVASI DALAM PENDIDIKAN

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  1. KPT 4033 :TEKNOLOGI & INOVASI DALAM PENDIDIKAN KULIAH 7 :Integrasi teknologi Internet dalam pendidikan.

  2. Learning Outcome: At the end of the class students will be able to: • Understand various Internet tools which can be use to integrate into education. • Understand the function of digital library

  3. The Internet and the Web • Large network that connects smaller networks globally • Launched in 1969 • National computer network • US funded project called ARPANET • World Wide Web introducedin 1992 at CERN

  4. The Internet and the Web • It is made up of wires, cables, and satellites. • The Web provides a multimedia interface for resources on the Internet. • It is also known as the World Wide Web (WWW).

  5. Integrating In Education Information comes from a wide variety of sources such as:

  6. Common Internet Uses • Communicating • Exchange e-mail • Chat • Vidoe conference • IM • Discussion Groups • Shopping • Searching • Entertainment • Education or e-learning

  7. Access Providers • Common way to access the Internet • Commercial Internet Service Providers (ISP) • National • Regional • Wireless serviceproviders

  8. Browser Basics • Programs that provide access to Web resources or allow us to surf the Internet • Well-known browsers • Google Chrome • Mozilla Firefox • Opera • Microsoft Internet Explorer • Address or location of the specified resource known as URL

  9. URLs • Uniform Resource Locator • All URLs have at least two parts • Protocol • Domain name • Locates Web sites http://www.upsi.edu.my

  10. More on Browsers • Browsers interpret HTML commands • Hypertext Markup Language • Contained in a document • Display document as a Web page • The Web page provides links to other related pages. • A Web server stores and shares related Web pages. Page 33

  11. Communication • Most popular Internet activity • Types of communication • E-Mail • E-Mail Address • Discussion Groups

  12. Discussion Groups • Discussion groups use e-mail for communication. • Mailing lists members communicate by sending messages to a list address.

  13. Discussion Groups • Newsgroups use a special network of computers called UseNet. • Chat groups: • Chat groups allow direct communication. • Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is a popular chat service.

  14. Term Description Flaming Insulting, putting down, or attacking Lurking Reading news but not joining in to contribute RFD Request for discussion Saint Someone who aids new users by answering questions Thread A sequence of ongoing messages on the same subject Wizard Someone who has comprehensive knowledge about a subject Discussion Group Terms Page 37

  15. Google’s search engine allows you to search text, images, videos, news etc. Search Engines - Google

  16. Yahoo’s search engine provides keywords and directory search Search Engines

  17. Web Utilities • Web utilities are programs that make Internet and Web access easier and safer. • Telnet & File Transfer Protocol (FTP) are Internet standards. • Plug-ins are programs that operate as a part of the browser. • Filters block access to selected Web sites.

  18. Web Utilities • Telnet • FTP • Plug-ins • Filters Page 45

  19. Audio/Video conferencing Skype Skype- Facebook Google Talk

  20. Example of application from Internet (Instructive Approach) AAAmath server (http://www.aaamath.com/) • focuses on exercises in basic Math's operations for children. An application training adding of numbers from 1 to 100 with simple statistics of results and showing the correct result in case of an error.

  21. FreeENGLISH (http://www.freeenglish.net/) offers exercises for teaching English to children. • The server offers various exercises that help to improve the skills in some typically difficult areas by interactive manner. • there is a multiple-choice test and there are many animated exercises with sound • Other exercises are based on different principles • guessing of a word by choosing letters (Hangman), • spelling of the heard word, • a conversation with a choice of potentially suitable answers,.

  22. Example of application from Internet (Constructive Approach) • The simulation is one of the most constrictive forms of application. • Generally it is a model of a certain situation that allows the user to participate actively on the actions and experiment. • In many cases even applications that are originally designed as games may serve some educational purposes. • For instance, there are constructive games developing logical thinking at the server of the LEGO company (http://www.lego.com/build/).

  23. Digital library • Digital library is a library in which collections are stored in digital formats (as opposed to print, microform, or other media) and accessible by computers. • Shift of information from traditional library to digital library is to provide better delivery of information than was not possible in the past (Arms, 2000).

  24. Digital library - advantage • Bring the libraries closer to the users- more accessible, and increases its usage. • Computer technology is used for searching and browsing - better than manual methods for finding information. • Information can be shared on a network makes it available to everyone. • Information is always available- 24/7

  25. Digital library examples http://www.computer.org/portal/web/csdl http://pustaka.upsi.edu.my/web/guest/ejournal

  26. Summary • The Internet is a network that connects smaller networks. • The Web provides an interface for resources on the Internet. • The most common means to access the Internet is through an Internet Service Provider. • Browsers provide access to Web resources • The common types of Web pages are portals and directories, news and information, exploration and education, business, advocacy, and personal. • The most popular types of Internet communication are e-mail, instant messaging, and discussion groups. • Search engines are used to locate information on the Web. • Web utilities are programs that make Internet and Web access easier and safer. • Audio/video conferencing are program which allows you to talk or video conferencing on the Internet in real time • Digital library allows easy access to vast amount of information at your finger tips than the traditional library

  27. Further Reading • http://it.pedf.cuni.cz/~bobr/role/econt • Greenstein, Daniel I., Thorin, Suzanne Elizabeth. The Digital Library: A Biography. Digital Library Federation (2002) ISBN 1933645180. • Arms, W.Y. (2000). Digital Libraries, Cambridge: MIT Press.

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