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International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies

July 2007 Volume 2, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Multimedia Authoring for Communities of Teachers

    Agnès Guerraz, Cécile Roisin, Jan Mikác & Romain Deltour, INRIA Rhône-Alpes, France

    One way of providing technological support for communities of teachers is to help participants to produce, structure and share information. As this information becomes more and more multimedia in... More

    pp. 1-18

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  2. Emergent Knowledge Artifacts for Supporting Trialogical E-Learning

    Yannis Tzitzikas & Vassilis Christophides, University of Crete and Institute of Computer Science, FORTH-ICS, Greece; Giorgos Flouris, Institute of Computer Science, FORTH-ICS, Greece; Dimitris Kotzinos, University of Crete and Institute of Computer Science, FORTH-ICS, Greece; Hannu Markkanen, EVTEK University of Applied Sciences, Finland; Dimitris Plexousakis, University of Crete and Institute of Computer Science, FORTH-ICS, Greece; Nicolas Spyratos, Universite de Paris-Sud, France

    This article elaborates on scenarios for collaborative knowledge creation in the spirit of the trialogical learning paradigm. According to these scenarios, the group knowledge base is formed by... More

    pp. 19-41

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  3. Social Networking Theories and Tools to Support Connectivist Learning Activities

    M. Pettenati & M. Cigognini, University of Florence (IT), Italy

    This article considers the affordances of social networking theories and tools to build new and effective e-learning practices. We argue that “connectivism” (social networking applied to learning... More

    pp. 42-60

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  4. The eLogBook Framework: Sustaining Interaction, Collaboration, and Learning in Laboratory-oriented CoPs

    Yassin Rekik, Denis Gillet, Sandy El Helou & Christophe Salzmann, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)

    Convinced by the important role of CoPs (communities of practice) and the innovative learning modality they offer, the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne is currently developing a framework... More

    pp. 61-76

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  5. Augmenting Collaboration with Personalization Services

    Christina Evangelou, Manolis Tzagarakis, Nikos Karousos, George Gkotsis & Dora Nousia, Research Academic Computer Technology Institute, Greece

    Collaboration is considered as an essential element for effective learning since it enables learners to better develop their points of view and refine their knowledge. Our aim being to facilitate... More

    pp. 77-89

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