Description: In this webinar we will look at- How do we learn Model of Learning through Senses; Types of Interactions in the Online learning Environments; Synchronous Learning Tools; Asynchronous Learning Tools; Methods of Integrating; Learning Tools
Synchronous and Asynchronous; and a potential Scenario for Practical Use of Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning Tools
Presenter Bio: Dr Ahmed Mokhtar A. Abdelaziz, A chairman of an English Language Unit at Saudi Aramco’s Industrial Training Department (Saudi Arabia)
Date and Time: Friday 19th February 2021, 4:00pm SAST/Cairo Time
Presenter: Dr. Lilia Cheniti Belcadhi, Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Sousse, Tunisia
As COVID-19 continues spreading in the whole world, how to keep learning in disruption has become a challenge to the global education community. There is therefore a huge need to design and deliver effective support services of online learning oriented for both teachers and students. There are several critical challenges that must be considered in the development and implementation of e-learning environments. These include encouraging open lifelong learning, valuing both informal and formal learning, addressing the open and social dimensions of learning, and recognizing the different contexts in which learning takes place. In particular, in MOOC environments, it is also crucial to investigate methodologies and tools to design Learning resources that can be open and accessible online for an important number of learners. Open learning is helping democratize education, by making it more affordable, accessible, and attainable to learners, no matter their location or income level.
In this workshop, we propose scenarios for design and delivery of open online learning in particular in a context of educational disruption and describe Instructional design approach and Tools for developing learning resources for MOOCs.
Presenter Bio: Dr. Lilia Cheniti Belcadhi, Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Sousse, Tunisia. She’s an associate professor of Computer Sciences at the Higher Institute of Computer Sciences and Communication Technologies, University of Sousse, Tunisia, and a graduate of the University of Braunschweig in Germany where she read for an engineer and master’s degree in Computer Sciences. She is a member of the PRINCE Research Lab at the University of Sousse. Her PhD was realized in collaboration with the Semantic Web group at the Institute of Information Systems of the University of Hannover in Germany. Her research interests include Technology Enhanced Learning, Semantic Web and E-assessment and Elearning She is associated as Technology Enhanced Learning Expert with many national and International organizations (VUT : Virtual University of Tunis, AUF (Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie, ILO: International Labor Organization). She is involved, as part of her ongoing research, in several e-learning projects and has co-authored various online courses and a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Object Oriented Modeling of Computer applications. She is currently Coordinator of Pedagogical Innovation Unit at her University. Her recent Technology Enhanced Learning Projects are : LET’SEGA (2017-2019): A Framework for Assessment of Competencies based on (2019-2020)Serious Games for Lebanon, Egypt and Tunisia; Learning Lab LETS (Lebanon, Egypt,, Tunisia and Switzerland) in MENA Network