word number: 1199
Time: 2021-03-01 14:29:27 +0000
Overall I really enjoyed the class, the materials were not complicated and interesting, the links shows to interesting page, the quiz helped me focus on the important part, the assignments were exciting where we get experiment in compressing image, analyzing website, making video presentations, and watched other’s videos that had interesting topics. I liked this course because it’s very flexible that I can attempt them on my leisure time on Saturday and Sunday for example with almost no burden. The course also reminds me what I did for my bachelor thesis, which is applying discrete wavelet transform on an image in application of wireless sensor network.
The last section of the lecture was very difficult about user interface and universal design which the standards that was pointed to personally bear too much information. It’s better to provide examples of a good and not okay page. For the videos I preferred accessing the through Youtube alike, maybe it can be note on the assignment to submit the file and recommended to upload them to Youtube. For the bandwidth consumption there’s an option of introducing very high compression technique like x264. About the comment I said during the final face to face class, I thought that we should evaluated others presentation like the method on the picture below:
One of my discussion in Network Based Education course
These are my recorded assignments while the rest are not recorded because they are quiz sessions and has never been published anywhere and I, as the author and copyright holder, license this assignment customized CC-BY-SA where anyone can share, copy, republish, and sell on condition to state my name as the author and notify that the original and open version available here. The Professor wanted to change the course to something like Human Perceptions in Computers while actually the course name is Multidimensional Signal Processing.
Original 3027x2304 (resolution)
JPEG Default Compression
JPEG2000 Default Compression
<html class="no-js" lang="">which will not be as easy when detecting or converting language. Not major but other issues are only few have English translations, and unwell used on centered and justify on text.
<html class="no-js" lang="ID">, about English translations I think they are in progress. Centered best to not use this on bullets and numbering (there some on the page), justify to make sure not to use overly spacing.
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00:30 Keywords: Dynamic Content Synchronization, Distributed Learning Management Systems, Course Sharing, Unidirectional Content Synchronization, Limited Bandwidth, Developing Country, Adding the update button on contents in LMS. For bandwidth efficient content sharing and support in collaborative content development. Demonstrated on Moodle 1.9.
00:44 Today ICT greatly supports education.
01:35 Motivation: equally distribute the learning contents (quality education for all).
02:51 Related Works: Moodleshare and Communityhub.
03:07 Contribution: novel method for sharing e-Learning content.
04:14 Content Synchronization: differential update using hashing technology.
06:00 Coding Concept
09:31 Future Work
Finally I would like to vote for the 5 following presentation: