Announcement║Online Learning Materials

Poster:Ailsa LinPost date:2021-07-27
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, online learning has become a new normal nowadays. Our partner universities provide various online learning resources for students to take even traveling is currently not available.
Please feel free to check the information and apply for the programs that you are interested in!

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman(UTAR), Malaysia 

1. Massive Open Online Course(MOOC)https://cee.utar.edu.my/Inspire/MOOCourse.php

Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) aims to fulfil the needs of learners who seek for specific skills, competencies and new knowledge in their career or for lifelong learning.
To ensure the learners understand all topics in the MOOC, learners must complete the quizzes and achieve the minimum score at the end of each topic.
Learners who achieve the minimum score are awarded a digital badge for each topic assessed and subsequently the learners proceed to the next topic.This process will continue till the end of the course.
Learners would only be given 3 attempts for a quiz. If a learner fails to achieve the minimum score for all the 3 attempts, the learner will fail the course.
However, the learner can sign up for the course again at any time.
MOOC can be a stand-alone micro-credential course of an accredited programme, inspired by an accredited programme or customised upon demand of the job market or the industries.
It is also to recognise informal and non-formal learning. 

2. Webinarshttps://cee.utar.edu.my/Inspire/Webinars.php

UTAR has hosted inspiring and educational webinars for UTAR students, staff and alumni, as well as the general public to keep them engaged in mindful and continuous learning since the start of the MCO due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The webinars incorporate intellectual pursuits, knowledge acquisition and critical thinking in various areas of interests. 

Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan

1. AGU Japanese Culture Box: http://web.iec.aoyama.ac.jp/jcb
AGU Japanese Culture Box is a video resource that enables users to view content for a variety of topics, ranging from Japanese main culture to Japanese subculture, free of charge, with the aim of attracting interest in Japan and Japanese culture.
Any student enrolled in an overseas university that has an agreement with Aoyama Gakuin University can watch it.
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