AN APPLICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY OF ARTS E-LEARNING PLATFORM
IJCSE Volume 4, Number 2, ISSN 1995-6649 Publisher: ATISR
This article analyses the development of the course ―Education for Environmental Sustainability‖ by using the Learning Content Management System (LCMS) in National Taiwan University of Arts (NTUA) E-learning platform. There are three segments for this article. First, it discusses the characteristics of the NTUA E-learning platform, which is based on the theory of E-learning, and to discern the differential function of authorization between teachers and students. Second, it analyzes how the E-learning version of ―Education for Environmental Sustainability‖ course is planned and developed. This course is an outgrowth of Blending Learning, which is the integration of Classroom Learning and Electronic Learning. The course development theory is based on the process of five stages: A (Analysis), D (Design), D (Development), I (Implement) and E (Evaluation). Third, it concerns the usage of, and the suggestion for, the platform. With students as the end users, it should be designed in a student-oriented way, especially when the learning achievement of NTUA students originated mainly from presenting their individual talent (i.e., their artwork pictures or performance videos). Hence, the students‘ performance talent and comments will be significant references for future development of e-contents, e-services, and e-technical in art universities.
Lin, S.F. & Tan, H.S. (2011). AN APPLICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY OF ARTS E-LEARNING PLATFORM. International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, 4(2), 109-116. ATISR.
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