IMPROVING THE QUALITY LEARNING THROUGH JOINT CONTENT DEVELOPMENT(CASE STUDY: E-COMMERCE COURSE)

Meyliana, Meyliana and Harjanto, Prabowo (2010) IMPROVING THE QUALITY LEARNING THROUGH JOINT CONTENT DEVELOPMENT(CASE STUDY: E-COMMERCE COURSE). In: International Seminar Integrating Technology into Education, 17 - 18 May 2010, Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Abstract

A very serious concern faced in the economics matter is the increasingly number of unemployment rates caused by the discrepancies between curriculum at universities with the ever-changing needs at the job market level. One cause of the discrepancies is a wide scope of knowledge within the industrial world. It then needs a significant contribution from various parties to developing the courses’ content which can be widely accessed. Universities should from time to time commit to innovation and creativities to be prepared and flexible in encountering future challenges. In response, they may need the quality curriculum and content which are suitable to the work field. Such curriculum is expected to be resulted from the collaboration between experts along with the competent sources in each field, with expectation to be the competitive strength of a university particularly, and the education world in Indonesia especially. For students, such curriculum should be obtainable by using the learning method which counts not only on the conventional one (for example the Face-to-Face classroom method), instead, it can be utilizing the information technology such as e-Learning. This learning way can empower students to be more effective, flexible, and be easily exposed to a wider scope of knowledge. The concepts used in this joint content development are using the ADDIE outline as the instructional systems design (ISD).

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Depositing User: - Anindito
Date Deposited: 18 Jun 2013 03:24
Last Modified: 18 Jun 2013 03:24
URI: http://eprints.binus.ac.id/id/eprint/26847

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