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Towards a Novel Networked Learning Environment

By Anastasios Koutoumanos, Nikolaos Papaspyrou, Simeon Skordalakis, Simeon Retalis, Hermann Maurer and Emmanuel Skordalakis

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: Education can benefit from the use of technology in the teaching process. This has been done in the past using various technologies. In recent years, computers, information systems, multimedia and hypertext systems have been used to develop self-learning environments (CAI, CAL, CBT systems). A drawback of these environments is the lack of interaction to the desired degree. With the use of new technologies like computer networks and networked hypermedia systems, new networked learning environments can be built that alleviate this problem. One such novel Networked Learning Environment is presented in this paper. Its most valuable components are the World Wide Web, the HYPER-G system and the Internet. 1. Introduction The teaching model that is used in conventional universities is based on the oral presentation of the educational material, in form of lectures, and uses as a supplement exercises and laboratory experiments. Although other techniques have often been suggested (tuto..

Year: 1996
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