Wild, Fridolin; Ullmann, Thomas D. and Scott, Peter
The STELLAR science 2.0 mash-up infrastructure.
In: 10th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT'10), 05-07 Jul 2010, Sousse, Tunisia, IEEE, pp. 621–623.
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The field of technology-enhanced learning has been blessed with interdisciplinarity. At the same time, this heterogeneity is also its curse, as each of the participating scientific communities brings along its own research tradition, and established as well as innovative tools to support the research process. Within this contribution, we propose a framework that will help to leverage this plurality to integrate the fragmented technologies into an open, distributed, and participatory research infrastructure in support of technology-enhanced learning. Therefore, we first further conceptualise the idea of a Science 2.0, we describe the framework and its core components against the dimensions of interoperability, outline the key characteristics of the infrastructure and exemplify it with use cases and applications.
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