INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN AND LEARNING OBJECT DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING (IDLOD)
August 16-31

This course is designed to answer the question address the challenges of how instruction can be best structured to facilitate effective, performance-enhancing e-learning. The course focuses on the key learning theories and their relation to the development of the principles of instructional design. It also incorporates their application to the design of synchronous and asynchronous e-learning experiences, within a context of ‘blended learning’. This is in line with the Malaysian’s Government 12 National Key Economic Area (NKEA) under the Education – EPP 6: Expanding international distance learning. It is also part of the Malaysian government’s continuous drive aimed at enhancing technical knowledge, skills and professionalism amongst public officials from developing countries.

MANAGING e-UNIVERSITY: STUDY VISIT FOR SENIOR OFFICIALS (MeUNI)
June 14 – 22

This course is designed to expose senior officials in the education industry on strategies of managing a private university, using the latest technology and best practices. Senior officials will be exposed to the various electronic and database management system, in sync with strategic and operational implementations in running a private higher learning of institution, where the fiscal and operational challenges are prevalent. Officials will be briefed by relevant departments and faculties. The MEUNI training programme is offered in relation to the Malaysian Government’s, Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) focus by in particular, the Education segment of the National Key Economic Areas (NKEA). MEUNI sets out to achieve the target of NKEA Education’s 12th Entry Point Project (EPP), which is Championing Malaysia’s Education Brand.

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