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研究生:洪偉翔
研究生(外文):HUNG,WEI-SHIANG
論文名稱:在社群網路上建置一套高效率的專家主導學習環境
論文名稱(外文):Design an Effective and Real Time Social Network for Realizing the Activity Environment of Expert-led Learning Group
指導教授:游寶達游寶達引用關係
指導教授(外文):Yu,Pao-Ta
口試委員:蔡鴻旭許政穆
口試委員(外文):Tsai,Hung-HsuHSU,CHENG-MU
口試日期:2012-07-26
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:2012
畢業學年度:100
語文別:英文
論文頁數:56
中文關鍵詞:數位學習社群網站
外文關鍵詞:e-LearningSocial Networking Sites
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隨著科技的進展和行動裝置的普及,遠距學習變的更加重要。目前線上教學軟體,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。當老師使用這些線上教學軟體對學生進行教學時,大部分的時間都是老師在教而學生在聽,學生之間彼此的互動性卻很低。而在線上學習課程結束之後,往往學習也跟著結束,沒有辦法將學習持續延續下去。
因此本研究建構一套透過專家主導學習環境,藉由主題分組,讓同學可以在小組之間進行討論或和其他組別分享學習成果。本研究所指的專家,可以是老師,也可以是對該主題較為精熟的學生。老師可以將對主題較為精熟的學生指派為組長。老師和組長可以召開線上即時會議,透過會議的進行,會議參與成員可以盡情發表自己的想法。在會議進行中,老師或學生可以擷取討論成果的畫面並張貼到社群網站。除了透過即時線上會議,學生也可以利用社群網頁進行非同步的學習。社群網頁中,學生可以對線上會議的擷取畫面進行討論,或是張貼相關的主題知識,將學習延續下去。透過社群的概念形成一種小型自治自學的團體,讓老師更有效率的帶領學生學習。
Since rapid development of technology and the popularity of the mobile device, distance learning has become an important, such as JoinNet, Co-Life and FlyWorld, whose basic technologies in video, audio or multimedia materials are quite mature. However, when teachers use these online teaching systems for teaching the students, most of the time teachers teach and students listen, students interact with each other is very low. Study also concluded after the end of the online learning courses, unable to extend the learning.
Therefore, these studies build the expert-led online meeting systems, grouped by theme, so that students can be discussed among the group or other groups to share their learning. In this study, the experts can be teacher or students who are good at this theme. The expert can create the online real-time meeting to conduct this meeting. The meeting members can fully express their thoughts. During the meeting, the teacher or student can take screenshot and post it as outcome to social networking sites for discussing. In addition, through the online real-time meeting, students can also use the social networking site for asynchronous learning. Students can discuss the picture of the online real-time meeting and continue the learning or post the subject of related knowledge. A small autonomous group can be group-discussing through the concept of community to enhance teachers’ leading ability to improve students’ learning efficiency.

Chapter 1 Introduction 1
1.1 Overview 1
1.2 Motivation 2
1.3 Thesis Structure 3
Chapter 2 Related Works 5
2.1 Surface-SDK 5
2.2 Direct X 6
2.2.1 DirectSound 6
2.2.2 DirectShow 7
2.3 Social Networking Sites 10
2.4 Community of Practice and Learning Communities 11
2.5 Group Studies 12
Chapter 3 System Architecture and Requirement 14
3.1 Requirement Acquisition 14
3.1.1 User Requirements 14
3.1.2 System Requirements 15
3.2 System Architecture 18
Chapter 4 System Implementation and Design 23
4.1 System Overview 23
4.2 Group Studies Community Module 24
4.3 Live Group Studies Module 30
4.4 Registration and Update Module 36
Chapter 5 Assisted Learning Models Presentation 39
5.1 The Description of the Problem 39
5.2 Expert-led Learning Group Model Teaching 40
Chapter 6 Conclusion and Future Work 44
6.1 Conclusions 44
6.2 Future Work 45
References.. 46

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