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An Evolving Learning Management System for New Educational Environments Using 2.0 Tools
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Interactive Learning Environments Volume 22, Number 2, ISSN 1049-4820

Abstract

The tools used in learning processes are in a continuous state of flux. One of the most significant changes is the application of Information and Communications technologies (ICTs) to educational contexts. This provides new possible ways to carry out learning activities, new learning services, the possibility to use new kinds of contents and activities, etc. However, ICTs have not provided as many advantages as they were supposed to, so changes are necessary. In this context, a new set of tools, Web 2.0, offers a new way to understand the Web, in which the user is the centre. Further, users can cooperate in order to define contents. This concept is also applied in technology-mediated learning but there are important problems when one tries to integrate such tools and concepts with existing systems. This paper explores the integration of these tools in traditional learning environments, the various possibilities and their advantages and drawbacks. After that, an interoperability scenario is described and two experiences are presented to show how 2.0 tools can be integrated in learning activities, and its effect in educational process.

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Conde, M.Á., García-Peñalvo, F.J., Rodríguez-Conde, M.J., Alier, M., Casany, M.J. & Piguillem, J. (2014). An Evolving Learning Management System for New Educational Environments Using 2.0 Tools. Interactive Learning Environments, 22(2), 188-204. Retrieved April 6, 2020 from .

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