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A Methodological and Physical Instrumentation to Support Experimentation in Telelearning

By Aude Dufresne, France Henri and Richard Hotte

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Abstract: This article is an attempt to promote R&D methodology that is actionoriented in order to improve the development of tele-learning environments and software artefacts fully adapted to learning activities. First we start by presenting an overview of the two main phases of action-oriented research, stressing the importance of control methods. Secondly, we describe difficulties in applying these methods and, finally, we introduce the LORIT, a recent initiative intended to support instrumentation in tele-learning research

Topics: Research Methodology, Tele-learning
Year: 2009
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