After a short hiatus, TCX returns this
semester with a refreshed look and
direction, with me at the helm again,
at least for the time being, until a new
editor takes over.
From this issue onwards, TCX will sport
a new, cleaner and more streamlined
look. More substantially, having
digested feedback from our various
stakeholders, we've decided to take a
minimalist approach to content creation.
While many of our readers had in the
past enjoyed chewing on the themed features in each issue, not all had
the time to actually go through them in any detail. Hence, from now on,
instead of a series of themed features, we'll be reducing the number of
features to one or two at most. This is also to avoid distracting readers
from the various important notices which all face-to-face tutors as well as
e-tutors need to take note of.
TCX35 takes a look at OUM's current effort to improve its learners'
experience in e-learning. The main feature is in a sense a teaser that
presents the ideal towards which the university is working. As the effort
unfolds in stages, more details will be shared in forthcoming issues of
TCX. We hope that by sharing with you OUM's plans, you'd be able to
relay the same to the learners under your care.
On behalf of the university, the editorial team wishes you a productive