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研究生:邱鴻政
研究生(外文):Chiou, Hungcheng
論文名稱:建置一套有利於一對一的線上解題及專家帶領之學習社群
論文名稱(外文):A One to One On-Line Community for Assisted Learning on Emphasizing the Problem Solving and Exporter Leading
指導教授:游寶達游寶達引用關係
指導教授(外文):Yu, Paota
口試委員:游寶達許政穆蔡鴻旭
口試委員(外文):Yu, PaotaHsu, ChengmuTsai, Hunghsu
口試日期:2011-07-25
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中正大學
系所名稱:資訊工程研究所
學門:工程學門
學類:電資工程學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2011
畢業學年度:99
語文別:英文
論文頁數:62
中文關鍵詞:線上教學數位學習遠距教學社群學習
外文關鍵詞:e-learningdistance learningsocial networking sites
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由於科技的快速發展,遠距教學課程日漸普及化,目前線上教學系統例如JoinNet、Co-Life和FlyWorld等,在基本的視訊、音訊或多媒體教材等相關技術都已相當成熟。透過這些線上教學系統的使用,老師可以和學生進行授課或是課後的輔導。而學生除了接收老師的知識之外,和其他同學並無太多的互動。如果老師可以將學生分組,那麼學生便能夠針對所分配到的主題,在自己的小組內進行討論或是分享結果給其他同學。為了達到這樣的目的,常見的線上教學系統通常會搭配其他程式來達成。如果可以再結合目前熱門的社群網頁功能,讓學生可以創建或加入不同的主題社群,學生可以透過參與主題社群,主動積極的去經營社群,這樣可以更加提升學生的學習意願與學習效益。
因此,本研究建置了一套一對一的線上解題系統,藉由老師帶領學生來學習。本研究中所謂的一對一是表示由一位老師來帶領一位學生進行學習。同時也提供旁聽功能,讓其他人也可以旁聽課程。此系統不只具有傳統線上教學系統的功能,也增加了社群功能及小組會議功能,用來解決上面所提出的問題。本系統除了可以使用動態教材,也提供影音教材的同步管理,讓老師及學生可以即時用影音教材教學。此外,本系統還結合了學習社群的概念,建置了一個社群系統,能依照社群裡成員的需求或是條件來進行分組,讓老師更有效率帶領學生學習。

Since rapid development of technology, distance learning courses are increasingly popular. Currently online teaching system, such as JoinNet, Co-Life and FlyWorld, whose basic technologies in video, audio or multimedia materials are quite mature, can provide a convenient synchronous learning environment. Teachers can use online teaching system for teaching or remedial instruction. However, students only receive the teacher's knowledge without much interaction with other students. If teachers can take students into groups, then students can discuss with their own group or share the results to others. In order to achieve this purpose, most of the usual online learning systems have to add in some extra functions to provide a flexible group discussing environment. If the teacher can partition current community into several small groups to let students join into their suitable group for future study and discussing, students will have more willing to study and improve their learning effectiveness.

Therefore, this study tries to build the extra functions which are a one to one on-line problem-solving and exporter leading systems. The word “one-to-one” means that one teacher leads one student to learn. The system also provides attendance feature that allows other students to join to attend the course. The system not only has the traditional features of online teaching system, also increases the community functions and group conferencing. These functions can be used to solve the issues mentioned above. The system can use the dynamic materials, and also provides synchronization of audio and video materials management. Teachers can immediately use the audio-visual teaching materials with students. The system combines the learning community pages community to build a community website system. Teachers can be in accordance with the needs of students or the conditions of students to group them. After grouping, teachers can lead students to learn more efficient.

Chapter 1 Introduction 1
1.1 Overview 1
1.2 Motivation 2
1.3 Thesis Structure 4
Chapter 2 Related Works 5
2.1 COM and OLE Automation 5
2.2 DirectShow 6
2.3 Social Networking Sites 9
2.4 Community of Practice and Learning Communities 10
Chapter 3 Development and Architecture of System 14
3.1 Requirement Acquisition 14
3.1.1 User Requirements 14
3.1.2 System Requirements 18
3.2 System Architecture 19
3.3 System Implementation and Design 30
3.3.1 System Overview 30
3.3.2 Learning Community 32
3.3.3 Live Learning Pad 38
Chapter 4 Some Assisted Learning Models Presentation 44
4.1 Part of Preparation Materials 44
4.1.1 Part of the Teacher to Prepare Teaching Materials: 44
4.1.2 Part of Students Log in the Online class: 47
4.2 Problem Solving Model 49
4.3 Multi-media Sharing Model 52
Chapter 5 The Management of Social Network for Group Learning 54
Chapter 6 Conclusion and Future Work 58
6.1 Conclusions 58
6.2 Future Work 58
References 60

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