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Tuesday, November 11, 2003

Welcome to The Malaysian e-Learning Community of Practice

The e-learning community in Malaysia is a dynamic one. We are diverse in our background, we are learning continuously, we are expanding in our capacity, we are growing in our capabilities; but yet we are distributed.

From developers, implementers, researchers, facilitators, and policy makers; we are the makers of the e-learning network in this country. For without us, millions of learners would be deprived of quality instructions for learning.

In our great cause of making the instructions work and the learners learn, we stumble across challenges that we solve on contingency basis. Thus, in the long run our repository of knowledge are kept within ourselves or belong to the organization we work for.

In the end, the momentum that we have set will never make a prominent impact to the industry or to the nation; that as a community we couldn't push certain agendas or advocate our views that we all deem necessary for the benefits of education industry in Malaysia.

Therefore, it is my pleasure to invite everyone to come on board and be part of this Community of Practice and contribute ideas, opinions, and views to this community of ours.

Posted by haxa on November 11, 2003 at 01:23 PM in Editorial | Permalink


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Posted by: AIRMAX at Apr 25, 2011 3:20:59 PM

I've been in the IT Training industry for the past 8 years. We would like to start an e learning division in our company.

I would appreaciate if someone in here could help enlighten me about the whole process.

How do I get infomartion from our clients?
What are the info that I need to get from them?

Hope to hear from someone.

Thanking you in advance.


Posted by: Jaichailan at Sep 10, 2007 5:30:50 PM

Great Job Haxa on inception of this blog thread. For starters the seminar organised by KTKM from my point of view was a disaster. Reasons..initially the intent and target audience were good on paper. The attendees turnout was "high" but the quality "low" during the seminar. The presenter especially on the smart school project is one confused gentleman while the other presenters are a bit too aloof esp when you are addressing a confused audience. Purely this is from my observation.. The seminar was a bit disorganised and participates were not too interactive .. maybe they were not clear on the outcome of the miniworkshops. Overall I would gred the whole seminar a least there is an attempt to initiate a "discourse" on this vibrant topic. Nevertheless, I am proponent of next course of whats up after the it up in smoke ..??

Posted by: Kmas at Nov 12, 2003 8:55:27 AM

Great move here, Haza! I'm glad that someone took the initiative to start a blog for the E-Learning community here. To start the ball rolling, perhaps you can suggest one current issue/topic that everyone could comment on. You may want to reflect on the outcomes from the recent E-Learning Seminar organized by KTKM last month -- the issues presented are still fresh in mind, and I think it's a good ice-breaker for this blog. Again, kudos Haza! :-)

Posted by: FSM at Nov 12, 2003 7:26:20 AM

Greetings from Canada, and I'm delighted to see you here! I'm adding you to my TypeList of education bloggers at ... and I may revive my experimental blog Prototype (

Posted by: Crawford at Nov 11, 2003 1:39:10 PM