Empowering a Web2.0 Blended ODL Community Learning in Supporting Retired Senior Citizens’ Practical Lifelong knowledge Sharing and Learning Programmes through Community Activities Centres

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2022-09
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Lee, Tan Luck
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Commonwealth of Learning (COL)
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PCF10 Sub-theme: Fostering Lifelong Learning // The purpose of this research is to examine the commissioning of a Web 2.0 digital technology infrastructure into blended mode lifelong knowledge sharing platform for youth and women in community learning in upgrading knowledge sharing; livelihood lifelong learning and building human capital among retired senior citizens in community learning activities centre. A mixed-method research design was implemented including survey, interviews and observation in this study. The five dimensions of enhancing a Web2.0 innovative blended ODL digital LMS platform namely demographic factor; community youth and women learning culture; digital facilities; blended community LMS environment and learners’ efficacy were examined. Finding shows there are significant differences among factors stated that will upgrade the potential of Retired Senior Citizens (RSC) expertise, livelihood knowledge and experiences sharing to be relevance and competitive in building human capital in the community. The use of a Web2.0 blended digital platform is beneficial in sharing of knowledge and skills among RSC and the community. This model could be used as framework of practice for life skills in community development. It could be implemented for all the RSC in sharing life skills and contribute to the worldwide improvement of human capital. // Paper ID 8722
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Blended mode, Open and Distance Learning, Retired Senior Citizen (RSC), Lifelong knowledge
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Malaysia
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Asia
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