Jakarta (25/3) Roughly 500 participants attended online webinar on “Delivering online learning and using appropriate technologies” conducted by Directorate General of Higher Education Ministry of Education, and Culture Republic of Indonesia cooperating with the Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE), the Australian Embassy Jakarta.
It was officially opened by Yulita Priyoningsih, S.Sos as the master of ceremony, and followed by the opening speech delivered by Prof. Ir. Nizam M.Sc., DIC., Ph. D. (The Director of the Directorate General of Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture of The Republic of Indonesia ), and Elizabeth Campbell Dorning (Education and Science Counselor Australian Government Department of Education, Skill, and Employment (DESE).
The first session on “Designing Online Learning Materials” was presented by Karen Treloar (Director of Engagement, Australian Tertiary Education Quality Education Quality and Standard Agency (TEQSA). Furthermore, nine representatives from national, and Australian universities presented the possible cooperation between Indonesian and Australian universities. Indonesian representatives were Daryono (Indonesian Open University), Muhammad Andri (The State University of Padang), Hadziq Fabroyir (Sepuluh November Institute of Technology), and Ni Nyoman Padmadewi (Ganesha University of Education). Representatives from Australia were Matthew E. Mundy (Monash University), James Downes (Macquarie University), Deborah West (Flinders University), and Shelley Kinash (Macquarie University). This event was moderated by Ida Puspita (The head of International Cooperation Division of Universitas Ahmad Dahlan).