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CALL in Web-Based Learning (WBL)

CALL in Web-Based Learning (WBL),- Teaching and learning using website does not
only deliver the materials to the learners however website provides some tools in
learning. Web learning is known as Web-Based Learning (WBL). It is commonly
understood and supported by Yu and Chau 1[1], web site does not provide material
only in learning which are accomplished by some tools include e-mail, list serves,
web-based bulletin boards, chat, online courses, electronic performance support
system, static web pages and interactive web pages even those tools are able to
create communication system in teaching and learning. Globally it is one form of
Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)
Fitting on learner and computer program interaction in learning is underlined on
human interaction with web site in a computer which the users touch the computer
program as Goodman, Weeks, and Welsh 2[2] describe that the term HumanComputer Interaction (HCI) a set of processes, dialogue, and the activities in which
users utilize and interact with the computer. It is a discipline emphasizes the aspects
of design, evaluation, and implementation of interactive computing systems for
human usability by considering the phenomena surrounding the man himself.
Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is defined as the discipline dealing with t he
design, evaluation, and implementation of interactive computing systems for human
use and the study of its phenomenon.

1[1] P.K. Yu and K.W. Chau, Web-Based Learning: Man and Machine: A Web-Based
Computer-Aided Learning Package on Pipe Flow, Proceedings of The First International
Conference on Web-based Learning in China (2002): 5.

2[2]Timothy N. Welsh, Daniel J. Weeks, Romeo Chua, and David Goodman. The
HumanComputer Interaction Handbook Fundamentals, Evolving Technologies,
and Emerging Applications in HCI Perceptual-Motor Interaction: Some
Implication for Human and Computer Interaction ed Andrew Sears and Julie A.
Jacko. (New York: Lawrnce Erlbaum Associated Taylor and Francis Group, 2006),
28-30

Human Computer Interaction (HCI) is a series of processes in learning undertaken


by humans to interact with computers both give each other feedback and feedback
through an interface to obtain the final results are expected. Online tools that is used
for teaching essentially provides tools such e-mail, list serves, web-based bulletin
boards, chat, online courses, electronic performance support system, static web
pages as it is stated at the third paragraph. Thus grouping Web-Based Learning
(WBL) by using Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Laboratory and Human Computer
Interaction in one portion for teaching and learning are able create learning
interaction with some elements that will be depicted in the next exploration
.
The starting point of Web-Based Learning (WBL) and Human-Computer Interaction
(HCI) in teaching and learning is placed on how it is integrated with the learning
syllabus and institution system design. It performs innovation to modify electronic
format course content. LaBarre3[3] constructs as the research of development of a
distance education internet-based foundation course for the MBA Program into some
stages as:
1. Expand cooperative efforts among learners to offer foundation modules and subject
electives via the Internet.
2. Address the educational needs of customers.
3. Coordinate distributed learning services in faculty participation.
4. Enhance faculty technology development opportunities through training provided.
5. Develop a website and Internet delivery for foundation courses.
6. Investigate the applicability of new Internet-based learning technologies for potential
use by the
participating college faculties.
7. Explore the possibility of developing a series of subject learning capable of being
delivered
asynchronously over the Internet to support just-in-time- learning.
The project is divided into three phases. The first phase is designated
thedevelopment Phase. The second phase is identification as the Implementation
Phase and the third is the Assessment. Those phases are divided into six design of
learning namely development system, review process, developing the course,
special activities, launching the course, virtual office.

3[3] James E. LaBarre,Development of a Distance Education Internet-Based Foundation


Course for the MBA Program: University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in Web-Based
Instructional Learning ed.Christopher Mehdi Khosrow Pour, D.B.A. l (United States: IRM
Press) 2002, 174.