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|Other Titles: ||The program evaluation of e-learning executive master program at department of educational technology of Tamkang university|
|Authors: ||呂紹瀚;Lu, Shao-han|
|Keywords: ||數位學習;評鑑;方案評鑑;E-Learning;Evaluation;program evaluation|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-11 00:32:04 (UTC+8)|
This study aims to realize the current status and effects of the e-learning executive master program offered by the department of educational technology at TamKang University. The findings may assist the department in gaining insights to the causes of success and fault, which consequently pave the foundations for quality improvement of the e-learning executive master program at department of educational technology, TamKang University.
The study utilizes a qualitative research method. The data collecting methods include interview, observation and document analysis. Data collection mainly focuses on six categories, namely course content, instructional design, equipment and resource, instructional staff and provided services, faculty, as well as the effect of participating the e-learning program at Tamkang University. The research participants are four teachers who have been involved in the planning or teaching in the program as well as eight learners who have been enrolled in the e-learning master program.
The following presents the findings of the present study:
1.The content of curriculum meet learners’ requirement, but students have limited choices of elective courses.
2.The instructional activities can assist learners in realizing the course materials, but the teachers need to provide guidances from time to time to maximize the effect of the course activities.
3.The insufficient of the bandwidth and improper functional design impede the instructional as well as learning processes.
4.The assistance that the online tutors provided facilitates the teaching and learning processes.
5.The faculty is found to equip with excellent domain knowledge and instructional skills which facilitate the learning process.
6.The factors negatively influencing the future development of the e-learning executive master program at Tamkang are: (a) high tuition expenses, (b) the unjust salary calculation rules after graduation, and (c) the increased teaching load for the faculty who teach the e-learning program.
Finally, based on the findings of the present study, suggestions for master program and future studies are presented.
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