Online Conference Programme (Updated)

 

Day 1: 1st June 2021

 

9.00 am-10.00am

Inaugural Ceremony

 

 

 

 

10:00 am - 10:45 am

 

Keynote Address – 1

Learning analytics: what can we glean from learner generated textual content?

By Dr. Ruvan Weerasinghe (UCSC, Sri Lanka)

 

 

11.30 am

AAOU Executive Committee Meeting

(To be attended by AAOU Executive Committee members only)

 

 

 

ONLINE SESSION-1

 

 

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 1.1

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 1.2

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 1.3

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 1.4

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 1.5

 

 

 

Open knowledge movement - Implications for ODL

Promoting sustainable development through lifelong learning

 

Learner engagement and motivation in ODL- Challenges and possibilities

Learning analytics in ODL: Potential and challenges

 

Best practices in ODL for Education for Sustainable Development

 

 

 

 

11.00am-11.15am

ABSTRACT: 88

MOOCS AS A CATALYST FOR LIFELONG LEARNING IN INDIA: A CASE STUDY

Ritimoni Bordoloi, Prasenjit Das and Kandarpa Das

 

ABSTRACT:22

THE ROLE OF LIFELONG LEARNING IN SUSTAINABLE

DEVELOPMENT OF VIETNAMESE EDUCATION

LeThi Minh Thao, Nguyen Thi Nhung, Truong Tien Tung and Dinh

Tuan Long

 

ABSTRACT: 35

LEARNER ENGAGEMENT AND MOTIVATION IN

CONTINUING EDUCATION THROUGH ODL: A CASE

STUDY OF THE HANOI OPEN UNIVERSITY

Dong Nguyen Thi Van

 

ABSTRACT:98

CONCEPT MAP, MIND MAP, MIND FRAMEWORK AND

MATERIAL SUMMARY TO IMPROVE THE ACHIEVEMENTS

OF DISTANCE STUDENTS

Muhammad Arifin Zaidin

ABSTRACT:70

A STUDY ON THE CAUSES OF COMMON INACCURACIES

FOUND IN THE COURSE MATERIAL OF OUSL

Mayanthi Kulatunga Jayakody

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.15am-11.30am

ABSTRACT:31

ACCESS TO KNOWLEDGE MOVEMENT: IMPLICATIONS

FOR OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING IN SRI LANKA

Dileepa Witharana  and Harini Amarasuriya

 

ABSTRACT:169

FACTORS AFFECTING THE HIGH EMPLOYEE TURNOVER

AMONG TECHNICAL STAFF OF SRI LANKA RUPAVAHINI

CORPORATION (SLRC) WITH FOCUS ON THE

SIGNIFICANCE OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

THROUGH LIFE-LONG LEARNING PROCEDURES

Latha Gurusinghe and Raviransi Yashodhana Lewpoddeniyage

ABSTRACT:24

DATA MONOPOLY AND SOCIAL MEDIA PEDAGOGY:

CURIOUS CASE OF DATA CAPITALISM AND PLATFORMED

FETISHISM IN LIFE-LONG LEARNING

Sameera Tilakawardana

ABSTRACT:186

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE INFLUENCING FACTORS

AND LEARNER PREFERENCES FOR THE SELECTION OF A

STUDY PROGRAMME WITH THE FOCUS ON

UNDERGRADUATE MANAGEMENT STUDIES

Jayani Hapugoda, Tharindu Rathnayake, Asanka Senevirathne, Harini

Perera, Prajna Seneviratne, Nalin Abeysekara and Vasthiyampillai

Sivalogathasan

ABSTRACT:32

SECTORS TO CREATE A CASE FOR EDUCATION AS

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN

UNIVERSITAS TERBUKA

 

Siti Aisyah, Made Yudhi Setiani, Zainur Hidayah

 

 

 

 

 

11.30am-11.45am

ABSTRACT: 8

STUDENTS’ RESPONSES TO THE USE OF ONLINE SMART

TEACHER PORTAL IN DISTANCE EDUCATION

Muhammad Arifin Zaidin

ABSTRACT:179

A STUDY ON THE FUNCTION AND APPLICATION OF

ADULT INFORMAL LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT

CERTIFICATION IN THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL HUMAN

RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF

LIFELONG EDUCATION

Jing Liu

ABSTRACT: 220

EXPLORING THE DIGITAL LITERACY OF STUDENTS AND

ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH THEIR ACADEMIC

PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY FROM THE VIRTUAL

UNIVERSITY OF PAKISTAN

Hina Amin, Muhammad Abid Malik and Sana Amin

 

ABSTRACT:141

DIGITAL BADGE AS AN E-CERTIFICATE OF AN INFORMALEDUCATION PROGRAM: A CASE STUDY AT OPEN UNIVERSITY OF JAPAN

Tsuneo Yamada, Kiyoka Fushimi, Satoshi Saitoh, Tohru Higuchi and Mitsumsa Okada

 

 

 

11.45am – 12.00non

ABSTRACT:91

THE INTEREST OF HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES

IN OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION

Kusmaladewi, M. and Arifin Zaidin

ABSTRACT:224

USING THE TRADITIONAL ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE

(TEK) OF ODL AS A STRATEGIC APPROACH FOR TRIBAL

EMPOWERMENT

Nikhil Kant, Kumari Anjali and Subash Ranjan Nayak

ABSTRACT:122

TRAINERS’ PERCEPTION ON OPEN DISTANCE LEARNING

FOR TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) IN SRI LANKA

D.G.S.K. Doluweera and H.M.A.D.K. Herath

 

 

 

 

12.00noon- 12.15pm

ABSTRACT:92

THE PROSPECT OF SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION

DEVELOPMENT IN DISTANCE EDUCATION

Patmawati Halim and M. Arifin Zaidin

ABSTRACT:112

COOPERATIVE NURSING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION AT

THE OPEN UNIVERSITY OF JAPAN

Taisuke Togari

ABSTRACT:87

ROLE OF THE REGIONAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

(RES) TOWARDS EFFECTIVE LEARNER SUPPORT

SERVICES OF ODL IN SRI LANKA: STAKEHOLDER

PERSPECTIVES

Prasad Sethunga, Upali Mampitiya and Anushka Bandara

 

 

 

AAOU Selected Papers for Award -SESSION

 

 

Award Category:

AAOU Best Practice Award

Award Category:

AAOU Best Paper Award

Award Category:

Young Innovator Award

 

 

 

 

 

12.15noon-12.30pm

ABSTRACT:38

THE BEST PRACTICES OF POVERTY ALLEVIATION

THROUGH ODE: A CASE STUDY FROM OUC

Chuanjin Ju, Zhi-jun Zhang, Zhangli Yu, Dandan Shao and Songyan Hou

ABSTRACT:34

DEPRESSION, ANXIETY AND STRESS AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN THE OPEN UNIVERSITY OF SRI LANKA: A CROSSSECTIONAL STUDY

G.P. Gamage and H.M.C.J. Herath

ABSTRACT:197

H5P INTERACTIVE VIDEO CONTENT IN MOODLE TO IMPROVE LEARNERS’ ENGAGEMENT IN ONLINE LEARNING

Kamran Mir

 

 

 

 

12.30pm-12.45pm

ABSTRACT:48

TRIALLING NOVELTY IN MICRO-LEARNING DESIGN TO INCREASE LEARNER ENGAGEMENT IN FIRST YEAR ONLINE COURSES

Christopher Jacob Kossen and Ooi Chia-Yi

ABSTRACT:68

THE ROLE OF EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES IN INCREASING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

Saba Munir and Muhammad Zaheer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12.45pm-100pm

ABSTRACT:143

VIRTUAL CHEMISTRY LAB SPACE: GOING PARTLY VIRTUAL WITH PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY AMIDST THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC LOCKDOWN

Lahiru Wijenayaka and Sithy Iqbal

 

ABSTRACT:85

IDENTIFICATION OF FACTORS AFFECTING PROGRAMME COMPLETION AT OUSL: A CASE STUDY ON ENGINEERING

AND SCIENCE STREAMS

D. D. M. Ranasinghe, G. Bandarage, R. A. N. Dilsha, W. C. W. Navaratna, H. Pasqual, J. C. N. Rajendra and H. U.  W. Ratnayake

 

 

 

 

 

1.00pm-1.15pm

ABSTRACT:144

EXPLORELETS: “CONTEXT-AWARE” INTELLIGENT ADAPTIVE LEARNING SYSTEM FOR ONLINE LEARNING

Nantha Kumar Subramaniam

ABSTRACT:90

FACTORS AFFECTING LEARNERS’ PERCEPTION TOWARDS E- LEARNING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

R.H.A.T. Perera and N. Abeysekara

 

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1.15pm-1.30pm

ABSTRACT:174

LEARNER PERCEPTIONS ON THE MODE OF DELIVERY OF MATHEMATICS COURSES: THE CASE OF SRI LANKAN OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNERS IN MANAGEMENT STUDIES

Jayani Hapugoda, Aruni Fernando and Chalitha Mahakumbura

 

ABSTRACT:189

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEARNING STRATEGIES AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE: A COMPARISON BETWEEN

APEL AND REGULAR ENTRY  UNDERGRADUATES

Tan Saw Fen, Arathai Din Eak, Ooi Li Hsien and Anna Christina Bt Abdullah

 

 

 

1.30pm-1.45pm

ABSTRACT:181

EFFECTIVENESS OF SOCIAL PARTICIPATION OF

CUSTOMERS IN ACADEMIC PURPOSES: A CASE STUDY OF INFORMAL WHATSAPP GROUPS

Ishara Lakmali, Suranga Silva and Nalin Abeysekera

ABSTRACT:212

A VISUAL ANALYSIS OF THE RESEARCH PROGRESS IN THE FIELD OF STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES IN CHINA USING CITESPACE BIBLIOMETRICS

Wen Tang and Dai Zhang

 

 

 

1.45 pm-2.00pm

SESSION BREAK

 

 

2.00 pm – 2.45 pm

Keynote Address – 2

ODL for Sustainable Development

Prof. Asha S. Kanwar, President/COL,Canada

 

3.30pm-4.15 pm

Keynote Address – 3

Learn2Analyse: Educational Data Literacy for Online Teaching and Learning

Prof. Demetrios Sampson, University of Piraeus, Greece

 

4.30 pm – 6.30 pm

Workshop- 1

Quality assurance of open, flexible and distance education – a global perspective

ICDE

 

 

End of Day 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2: 2nd June 2021

 

9.00 am – 9.45am

 

Keynote Address – 4

Opening Education Isn’t Enough: From Access to Justice

Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani, Associate Vice President, Teaching and Learning, KPU, Canada

9.45am- 10.15am

Presentation:

/ Enterprise Marketing, India & Asia Pacific

 

10.30 am

AAOU General Body Meeting 

 

ONLINE SESSION-2

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 2.1

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 2.2

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 2.3

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 2.4

Theme

Promoting sustainable development through lifelong learning

Learner engagement and motivation in ODL- Challenges and possibilities

Innovations in ODL through smart technologies

Best practices in ODL for Education for Sustainable Development

10.30am-10.45am

ABSTRACT:77

FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH STUDENT DISENGAGEMENT FROM LEARNING: A REVIEW OF THE RELEVANT LITERATURE

K.D.R.L.J. Perera

 

ABSTRACT:50

ENHANCING LEARNERS’ LISTENING SKILLS WITH H5P:

A MOODLE-BASED ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORM

Bachriah Fatwa Dhini and Lidwina Sri Ardiasih

ABSTRACT:2

THE USE OF YOUTUBE (UT TV) AND ONLINE SMART

TEACHERS AS LEARNING RESOURCES

Yasir Riady

 

ABSTRACT:33

MOVING FROM PRINT-BASED DISTANCE EDUCATION TO

BLENDED/ONLINE LEARNING: INITIAL CHALLENGES OF

AN EVOLVING PROCESS IN AIOU, PAKISTAN

Zahid Majeed

 

 

 

 

10.45am-11.00am

ABSTRACT:95

ELEMENTS OF EMPLOYABILITY IN ODL PROGRAMMES:

A CASE STUDY OF IGNOU

Nikhil Kant, K D Prasad and Kumari Anjali

ABSTRACT:60

ANALYSIS THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ONLINE TUTORIAL

IN THE UNIVERSITAS TERBUKA (UT), INDONESIA

Sri Yuniati Pk Hardini, Lintang Patria and Dewi Mutiara

ABSTRACT:27

A WINDOWS APPLICATION FOR LOCATING FEATURES OF

NERVOUSNESS WHEN MAKING A PRESENTATION

Iresha Atthanayake, D. T. D. M. Dahanayaka, A. R. Lokuge, Sri

Rakulan Kuhathasan, I. D. P. M. Rupasinghe and L. D. P. M. Chinthaka

ABSTRACT:62

EXPLORING THE RESEARCH TRAJECTORIES OF SENIOR

ACADEMICS: A QUALITATIVE STUDY AT THE OPEN

UNIVERSITY OF SRI LANKA

Radhika De Silva and Dinali Devendra

 

 

 

 

11.00am-11.15am

ABSTRACT:97

NEW STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF

DISTANCE LEARNING SKILLS TRAINING AT UNIVERSITAS

TERBUKA

H. Husnaeni and M. Arifin Zaidin

ABSTRACT:73

ODL FOR RURAL MASSES AND THE USE OF COMMUNITY

RADIO AS AN ALTERNATIVE MECHANISM TO REACH

THE UNREACHED: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF “JNAN

TARANGA” COMMUNITY RADIO SERVICE, GUWAHATI,

ASSAM, INDIA

Sangeeta Kakoty

ABSTRACT:7

USING CONCEPT MAPS, MIND MAPS, MIND FRAMEWORK

AND MATERIAL SUMMARY TOWARDS ENHANCING

ACHIEVEMENTS OF DISTANCE STUDENTS

M. Arifin Zaidin

ABSTRACT:67

ADOPTING BLENDED LEARNING TO MEET THE

TRAINING NEEDS AT UNIVERSITAS TERBUKA

Agus Joko Purwanto

 

 

 

 

 

11.15am-11.30am

ABSTRACT:157

THE ROLE OF DIGITAL LITERACY AND LEARNING

APPROACHES TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE LIFELONG

LEARNING IN SRI LANKA

Asanka Senevirathne, Waruni Nilwala, Randima Gunasekara

and Waruni Nisansala

 

ABSTRACT:136

REVIEW OF THE PREVAILING TRENDS IN ONLINE

LEARNING AMIDST THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR

IN SRI LANKA

Asanka Senevirathne, Vasthiyampillai Sivalogathasan, Randima Gunasekara and Waruni Nisansala

ABSTRACT:142

USING AN EFFECTIVE STUDENT FEEDBACK SYSTEM TO

IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF TEACHING LEGAL SUBJECTS

N.S. Liyana Muhandiram and B.A.R.R. Ariyaratna

 

ABSTRACT:56

ONLINE LEARNING: A BREAKTHROUGH DURING THE

PANDEMIC

Cherly Kemala Ulfa and Siti Aisyah

 

 

 

11.30am-11.45 am

 

ABSTRACT:84

TOWARDS ENHANCING LEARNERS’ ENGAGEMENT AND

MOTIVATION IN OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING

AT THE HANOI OPEN UNIVERSITY

Hong Nguyen Thi Thuy

ABSTRACT:117

TOWARDS BLENDED LEARNING DESIGN AND

DELIVERY WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON UBIQUITOUS

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT IN THE FIELD OF ODL: A

CASE STUDY OF KRISHNA KANTA HANDIQUI STATE

OPEN UNIVERSITY

Trisha Dowerah Baruah

ABSTRACT:9

STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF ENDURANCE IN LEARNING

IN AN OPEN-DISTANCE ENVIRONMENT

Ranak Lince and M. Arifin Zaidin

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.45am -12.00noon

 

 

ABSTRACT:118

TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS IN ODL: A CASE STUDY ON KKHSOU

Smritishikha Choudhury and Chayanika Senapati

ABSTRACT:71

ADOPTION OF OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES:

EXPLORING PERCEPTIONS OF THE TEACHERS OF

THE OPEN UNIVERSITY OF SRI LANKA

Jeetendra Pande, Alka Singh and S. P. Karunanayaka

 

12.00noon  -1.00pm

SESSION BREAK

 

ONLINE SESSION-3

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 3.1

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 3.2

Theme

Promoting sustainable development through lifelong learning

Best practices in ODL for Education for Sustainable Development

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.00pm-1.15pm

ABSTRACT:184

WALK THE TALK IN OPEN LEARNING: REFLECTIONS ON

WATER CONSERVATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

Consuelo Habito and Rhea Ariele Pascua

ABSTRACT:120

THE BEST PRACTICES IN ODL FOR EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH TEACHING IN YUNNAN OPEN UNIVERSITY DURING THE PANDEMIC

Zhang Lijiaxiu

 

 

1.15pm-1.30pm

ABSTRACT:185

OPEN, DISTANCE AND LIFELONG LEARNING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY 2020

Ami Upadhyay and Jainee Shah

 

ABSTRACT:173

THE VALIDITY OF THE QUALITY ASSESSMENT TOOLS USED AT THE OPEN UNIVERSITY OF SRI LANKA

Chulani J. Herath, H.U.C. Nuwansala, R.G.L. Rathnayake, Gayeshi

Madushani and H.P.K. Amarasinghe

 

 

1.30pm-1.45pm

ABSTRACT:190

SELF-INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: ACCESSIBILITY, FLEXIBILITY AND RELEVANCE

Prakash V. Arumugam

ABSTRACT:194

ENHANCING ORAL INTERACTION SKILLS OF FRENCH LANGUAGE STUDENTS THROUGH INFORMAL LEARNING: AN ANALYSIS OF POTENTIALLY ACQUISITIONAL SEQUENCES OF LEARNER INTERACTION

Harini Amalka Kalansuriya

 

 

 

 

 

1.45pm-2.00pm

ABSTRACT:191

TUTORS IN AN ODL SETTING: IMPROVING QUALITY AND THE SENSE OF BELONGING

Prakash V. Arumugam

 

ABSTRACT:156

A STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LEARNING SINHALA AS A SECOND LANGUAGE VIA THE ONLINE MODE

Dinithi Ranasinghe

 

 

 

 

2.00pm-2.15pm

ABSTRACT:192

SRI LANKA’S STATE UNIVERSITY EDUCATION SYSTEM AND ITS CONTRIBUTION IN CREATING FEMALE DECISION MAKERS: A SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

Lavangi Ranasinghe

 

ABSTRACT:162

A STUDY TOWARDS PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AGRICULTURE IN THE BORDERDISTURBED REGIONS OF INDIA THROUGH OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES

Indrani Lahiri

 

 

 

 

2.15pm-2.30pm

 

 

ABSTRACT:167

USING ZOOM TECHNOLOGY FOR SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING IN CHALLENGING SITUATIONS: THE OUSL EXPERIENCE DURING COVID-19

Nirosha Abeysekera, Subhashi Wijesinghe and Anoma Satharasinghe

End of Day 2

 

 

 

 

Day 3: 3rd June 2021

9.00 am – 9.45 am

Keynote Address – 5

Learner Engagement and Motivation: Challenges and Possibilities

Prof. Patricia B. Arinto,  Professor (Distance Education and e-Learning), UPOU, Phillipines

10.15 am -11.00 am

 

Keynote Address – 6

Education for Sustainable Development: Need for A Promethean Perspective

Dr. K. Balasubramanian, Former Vice-President/ COL. India

10.00 am-11.00 am

 

Workshop -2

Designing Renewable Assignments: Integrating Learner-Created Content into ODL Courses

Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani, Associate Vice President, Teaching and Learning, KPU, Canada

*      : ZOOM7

 

11.15 am – 12.45 pm

 

Panel Discussion

Implementing the UNESCO OER Recommendation – how to amplify capacity building initiatives for various regional contexts?

ICDE

 

ONLINE SESSION-4

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 4.1

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 4.2

PARALLEL ONLINE SESSION 4.3

Theme

Learner engagement and motivation in ODL- Challenges and possibilities

Innovations in ODL through smart technologies

Best practices in ODL for Education for Sustainable Development

 

 

 

11.00am-11.15am

ABSTRACT:206

AN ACTIVITY THEORY ANALYSIS OF THE ONLINE

COURSE DELIVERY AT THE OPEN UNIVERSITY OF SRI LANKA DURING THE COVID OUTBREAK

B.G. Jayatilleke and Geetha Kulasekara

ABSTRACT:176

DEVELOPMENT OF INTEGRATED AUGMENTED REALITY WITH MODULE FOR STUDY PROGRAMS IN BIOLOGY

Heny Kurniawati and Bachriah Fatwa Dhini

 

ABSTRACT:218

TUTORS’ REFLECTIONS ON ONLINE FACILITATION DURING MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER IN MALAYSIA:

A CASE STUDY OF AN ODL INSTITUTION

Ooi Li Hsien and Anna Christina Abdullah

 

 

 

11.15am-11.30am

ABSTRACT:146

DEVELOPING A PROACTIVE MOTIVATIONAL INDIVIDUAL STUDENT SUPPORT SYSTEM AT OUSL: A PRELIMINARY STUDY FOR IDENTIFICATION OF INFLUENTIAL FACTORS

Nayanakanthi Nilakarawasam, Radhika De Silva, Dusantha Alwis, Thejani Bulathwatta, Ransirini De Silva, Nimmi Dilsha and Bandunee

Athapattu

ABSTRACT:183

PROMOTING LEARNER-CENTEREDNESS IN CREATIVE ARTS EDUCATION: THE USE OF FLIPPED CLASSROOM APPROACH AND TECHNOLOGY-INTEGRATED BLENDED

LEARNING

Kamani Samarasinghe and Rohan Nethsinghe

ABSTRACT:221

THE ROLE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION IN SKILLS TRAINING IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY: A CASE STUDY FROM IGNOU

Subash Ranjan Nayak, Nikhil Kant  and Kumari Anjali

 

 

11.30am-11.45am

ABSTRACT:196

A NOVEL APPROACH TO DETECT LEARNING MODALITIES IN THE UBIQUITOUS LEARNING ENVIRONMENT WHERE STUDENTS USE THE ADAPTIVE NEURO-FUZZY INFERENCE SYSTEM (ANFIS)

Noureen Hameed  and Shakeel Saeed

ABSTRACT:149

INNOVATIVE ONLINE INDUCTION PREPARATION FOR OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION

Rajith Priyanka, Sisaara Perera, H.U.W. Ratnayake, and Ruminda

Wimalasiri

ABSTRACT:99

STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERSEVERANCE AT THE OPEN UNIVERSITY

Ranak Lince and M. Arifin Zaidin

 

 

11.45am-12.00non

ABSTRACT:154

“I WILL SHOW YOU FEAR IN A HANDFUL OF DUST”— CHALLENGES OF TEACHING RESPONSE TO LITERARY TEXTS USING THE ON-LINE MODE: STUDENT PERCEPTIONS

Vivimarie Vanderpoorten Medawattegedera and Lal Medawattegedara

ABSTRACT:193

EVALUATING LEARNING OUTCOMES THROUGH MCQBASED, COMPUTERIZED ADAPTIVE TESTING: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY IN SRI LANKA

Asanka Senevirathne, Randima Gunasekara, Waruni Nissansala,Waruni Nilwala, Binara Sachin and Nuwan Liyanaarachchi

ABSTRACT:209

FACTORS AFFECTING ONLINE EDUCATION FOR PUBLIC

SERVANTS IN THE PHILIPPINES

Juvy Lizette M. Gervacio

 

 

 

12.00noon -12.15pm

ABSTRACT:215

IS HYBRID LEARNING A SOURCE OF SATISFACTION OR DISTRACTION? AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY CONDUCTED

IN THE LIGHT OF VROOM’S EXPECTANCY ELEMENTS

Sohni Siddqui, Naureen Nazar Soomro, Martin Thomas and Reena Majid Memo

 ABSTRACT:160

USING ELECTRONIC COURSE MATERIAL FOR LEARNING: PERCEPTIONS OF MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE UNDERGRADUATES

Dinithi de Silva, Nirosha Jayarathna, Dulharie Wijeratne and B.G. Jayatilleke

ABSTRACT:214

TOWARD A FRAMEWORK FOR STRENGTHENING PARTICIPANTS’ SELF-EFFICACY IN ONLINE EDUCATION

Arnab Kundu

 

 

 

 

12.15pm-12.30pm

ABSTRACT:216

ATTITUDE, AWARENESS AND PERCEPTION OF LEARNERS TOWARDS HIGHER EDUCATION THROUGH OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING IN UTTARAKHAND

Deepak Paliwal

ABSTRACT:170

UTILIZATION OF AUGMENTED REALITY-BASED

LEARNING MEDIA IN PRACTICAL COURSES

Marisa Marisa, Suryo Prabowo, Bachriah Fatwa Dhini and Kristina Anugrah Aji

ABSTRACT:202

LEARNERS’ PERCEIVED IMPACT ON VIRTUAL LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN AN UNDERGRADUATE HUMAN BIOLOGY

COURSE

B.G. Jayatilleke, T.S.P. Fernando, K.M. Nishshanka, S.G. Nayanajeehwi and G.R. Ranawaka

 

 

12.30pm-12.45pm

ABSTRACT: 213

SURVIVAL STRATEGIES FOR ‘PROBLEM STUDENTS’ OF E-LEARNING

Dai Zhang and Wen Tang

 

 

ABSTRACT:165

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF E-LEARNING VIA ZOOM

G.T. Madhubhashini

ABSTRACT:223

PRACTICES AND INNOVATIONS OF CHINESE EDUCATIONAL TV PROGRAMMES IN ODL

Rebecca Dai

12.45pm-1.00 pm

ABSTRACT: 219

FACTORS AFFECTING THE ONLINE STUDENTS’

ENGAGEMENT IN ONLINE LEARNING PROGRAMS

Asifa Ilyas

 

 

 

ABSTRACT:159

A STUDY ON THE PERCEIVED EFFECTIVENESS OF ‘WECHAT’ PLATFORM ON OPEN EDUCATION AND ONLINE TEACHING AT THE URBAN RADIO AND TV UNIVERSITY

Xinxian Zhao and Yue Zhao

 

 

1.00pm-1.15 pm

 

ABSTRACT:135

NETWORK-BASED REMOTE LABORATORY IN DISTANCE EDUCATION: SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY EXPERIMENT

Soichi Omori

 

 

1.30 pm

Closing ceremony

 

End of 34th AAOU Annual Conference