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Towards collaborative learning via shared artefacts over the Grid

By Cornelia Boldyreff, Phyo Kyaw, Janet Lavery, David Nutter and Stephen Rank

Abstract

The Web is the most pervasive collaborative technology in widespread use today; and its use to support\ud eLearning has been highly successful. There are many web-based Virtual Learning Environments such as\ud WebCT, FirstClass, and BlackBoard as well as associated web-based Managed Learning Environments. In\ud the future, the Grid promises to provide an extremely powerful infrastructure allowing both learners and\ud teachers to collaborate in various learning contexts and to share learning materials, learning processes,\ud learning systems, and experiences. This position paper addresses the role of support for sharing artefacts\ud in distributed systems such as the Grid. An analogy is made between collaborative software development\ud and collaborative learning with the goal of gaining insights into the requisite support for artefact sharing\ud within the eLearning community

Topics: G400 Computer Science
Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lincoln.ac.uk:19

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