E-learning – Who? What? Where?
In: 10th International Seminar: Scientific-technical information in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, 9-11 May 2001, Zakopane, Poland.
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This paper considers case studies of experience in distance-learning environments from the UK's Open University, two having successfully utilised e-learning, and a third which is at the proposal stage, requiring e-learning facilities which are not yet well-developed. Some of the lessons learned are described and the potential role of the world-wide web briefly assessed. The paper also
considers how a future strategy for collaboration amongst East and West European Universities and commercial organisations might be developed.
||distance learning; distributed collaborative learning; co-operative learning; online conferencing; virtual design
||Mathematics, Computing and Technology
||07 Sep 2006
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