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    • LIFELONG LEARNING AS THE CATALYST IN HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT IN MALAYSIA 

      Bahroom, Ramli; Latif, Latifah Abdol (Widyatama International Seminar, 2014-02-14)
      In Malaysia’s National Higher Education Strategic Plan (NHESP): 2007-2020 with its emphasis on higher education excellence, lifelong learning is recognised as one of its seven strategic thrusts. In the ensuing National Higher ...
    • HARNESSING UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY COLLABORATION THROUGH LIFELONG LEARNING EDUCATION 

      Stanley Yap; Chng L.P. (Widyatama International Seminar, 2014-02-14)
      Strategic alliances play a major part in the strategic set up of many firms. While this mode toconduct economic activity has received increasing attention in the strategic management literature, our understanding is still ...
    • IMPLEMENTING QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR QUALITY CULTURE DEVELOPMENT (Widyatama University Case Study) 

      Ilyas, Supriyanto; Pratminingsih, Sri Astuti (Universitas Widyatama, 2014-02-14)
      The purpose of this study is to investigate the implementation of quality assurance for establishing quality culture at higher education institution. This paper looks at the effectiveness of quality assurance as a tool ...
    • LIFELONG LEARNING FOR INMATES 

      Rozeman bin Abu Hassan; Mohd Ramli bin Buyong Kahar (Widyatama International Seminar, 2014-02-14)
      Lifelong learning could not only be learnt by the public but also by inmates in prisons. Open University Malaysia (OUM) had given the opportunity to inmates in Sekolah Integriti Kajang (SIK), Kajang Prison to obtain higher ...
    • LEXICAL APPROACH: A WAY TO AUGMENT STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY 

      Supri, Ida Zuraida (Universitas Widyatama, 2014-02-14)
      “I think his dream job is different with mine”. In classrooms, we often hear students incorrectly use choice of words. The word ‘different’ should go with the word ‘from’ instead of with the word ‘with’. This occurs because ...
    • AN ACADEMIC PERSPECTIVE OF ASSESSMENT QUESTION BANK 

      Fadzil, Mansor; Ali, Siti Aishah Hashim; Mahadzir, Marlina; Hassan, M. Fauzi (Widyatama International Seminar, 2014-02-14)
      There are several electronic assessment systems being used in institutions of higher education (HE), especially in Open and Distance Learning (ODL) institutions. Some of these institutions built their assessment system ...
    • REDEFINING “QUALITY” IN HIGHER EDUCATION: AN ANALYSIS ON THE CHALLENGES TO HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS BY THE POLICY REFORMS IMPLEMENTED BY THE PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT 

      Bustamante, Christian Bryan S. (Widyatama International Seminar, 2014-02-14)
      Quality assurance is a major concern of academic institutions across the globe.1 This increasing and growing concern on quality assurance is caused by the significant changes in the global environment that have direct ...
    • RELATIONSHIP-BASED STUDENT LOYAL MODEL IN AN OPEN DISTANCE LEARNING INSTITUTION 

      Latif, Latifah Abdol; Bahroom, Ramli (Universitas Widyatama, 2014-02-14)
      The task of retaining students in an open and distance learning (ODL) higher education institutions (HEIs) represents a huge challenge. This has led to extensive research in this area. Several retention models have been ...
    • ENTREPRENEURSHIP INTENTION AMONG OPEN UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA (OUM) LEARNERS 

      Chiam Chooi Chea (Widyatama International Seminar, 2014-02-14)
      Entrepreneurship plays an important role in contributing to the nation economic growth and creates job opportunities to the country. Ministry of education in Malaysia has even included entrepreneurship as part of the syllabus ...
    • INDUSTRY PARTICIPATION IN DEVELOPING COMPETENCIES FOR EMPLOYMENT SUCCESS: LEARNINGS FROM A 3-YEAR OJT PROGRAM OF A PHILIPPINE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION 

      CASTRO, EDGAR ALLAN G. (Widyatama International Seminar, 2014-02-14)
      Objectives of the research are to establish the competencies that influence graduates’ employment success in the labor market and clarify the roles academe and industry respectively play in preparing students for employment. ...
    • ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM TO SUPPORT THE CREATION OF YOUNG WOMEN ENTREPRENEUR 

      Kusuma, Meidiahna; Radianto, Wirawan ED (Widyatama International Seminar, 2014-02-14)
      Women role in the society is increasing. More women entrepreneurs are existed in the market. However, the number of women entrepreneur is still below men entrepreneurs whereas number of productive women is higher than that ...
    • TEACHERS PERSPECTIVE ON FACTORS AFFECTING LEARNING OUTCOMES IN MATHEMATHICS 

      Puryati; Sembiring, Manimus Gorky (Conference On Professional Development In Education (PDE2014), Widyatama University Indonesia, Open University Indonesia and Open University Malaysia, 2014-06-11)
      Perceptual information on factors affecting learning outcome on mathematics viewed by teachers was investigated in this inquest. It was aimed at examining and elucidating the potential factors determined students achievement ...
    • CHALLENGES AND STRATEGIES IN ENGAGING ADULT LEARNERS IN THE FACE-TO-FACE FACILITATION IN ODL 

      Mohamad, Wardah; Zakariah, Zulaika; Khuzaimah, Ratna; Mohamad, Liana (Conference On Professional Development In Education (PDE2014), Widyatama University Indonesia, Open University Indonesia and Open University Malaysia, 2014-06-11)
      Engaging students in the classroom have become more crucial in education as the attention span of students remain the same despite the increase in learning hours. Many studies have been done on this especially at the primary ...
    • STUDENTS PERCEPTION TOWARD THE NEED OF INFRASTRUCTURE FOR PROGRAM S1 PGSD UNIVERSITAS TERBUKA 

      Budiastra, A. A. Ketut (Conference On Professional Development In Education (PDE2014), Widyatama University Indonesia, Open University Indonesia and Open University Malaysia, 2014-06-11)
      This research aim to study perception of students of Program S1 PGSD Faculty of Teacher Training Universitas Terbuka concerning infrastructure in facilitating mutual instruction needed for face to face class tutorial. Most ...
    • DETERMINANTS OF ACTIVE, CREATIVE, EFFECTIVE AND JOYFUL LEARNING BEHOLD BY TEACHERS 

      Ichwan; Puryati; Sembiring, Maximus Gorky (Conference On Professional Development In Education (PDE2014), Widyatama University Indonesia, Open University Indonesia and Open University Malaysia, 2014-06-11)
      Factors affecting active, creative, effective and joyful learning were examined in this research. The inquest was viewed from school curicullum, school governance and teacher perspectives in preparing students with respect ...
    • EMBEDDING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS IN PRE-SERVICE TEACHER TRAINING: A Case Study from the Maldives 

      Manik, Moosa Mohamed; Qasim, Mizna; Shareef, Ali Fawaz (Conference On Professional Development In Education (PDE2014), Widyatama University Indonesia, Open University Indonesia and Open University Malaysia, 2014-06-11)
      The new curriculum framework of the Maldives attempts to incorporate competencies that are closely linked with 21st century skills. However, one of the major challenges is training teachers who will deliver the new curricula. ...
    • FILM MEDIA AS AN INNOVATIVE LEARNING MODEL IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION 

      Tarmidi, Didi; Abas, Ahmad Junaedi; Saptaningrum, Dewi Utami; Anwar, Munash Fauzie (Conference On Professional Development In Education (PDE2014), Widyatama University Indonesia, Open University Indonesia and Open University Malaysia, 2014-06-11)
      In the era of globalization, the function of teachers should be encouraged, creative and innovative. An American education expert have to master the learning material, have the skills, charming personality, professionalism ...
    • PERCEPTIONS OF STUDENTS (IN-SERVICE TEACHERS) ON OUM AS AN OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING PROVIDER 

      Widad bt. Othman; Lim Tick Meng; Shawira bt. Abu Bakar (Conference On Professional Development In Education (PDE2014), Widyatama University Indonesia, Open University Indonesia and Open University Malaysia, 2014-06-11)
      Distance learning has become a recognized method of educational delivery in institutions of higher learning. There are, however varying degree of acceptance to distance learning by learners. This paper reports on a study to ...
    • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CUSTOMER VALUE AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN FACE TO FACE TUTORIAL AT UNIVERSITAS TERBUKA 

      Herman (Conference On Professional Development In Education (PDE2014), Widyatama University Indonesia, Open University Indonesia and Open University Malaysia, 2014-06-11)
      This article discusses a relationship between Customer Value and Customer Satisfaction in face-to-face tutorial at Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia. The idea was derived from marketing theory for tangible products. In ...
    • THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CONSTRUCTIVISM LEARNING THEORY IN OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING MATERIALS: An Innovative Idea 

      Pribadi, Benny A. (Teaching and Learning In The 21st Century: Challenges For Lecturers and Teachers, Widyatama University Indonesia, Open University Indonesia and Open University Malaysia, 2014-06-11)
      Distance learning university has unique characteristics. One of them is the amount of student which is usually larger than the conventional university. In order to serve its students better, both academic and administrative, the ...