The Virtual Campus Trends for higher education and training

The virtual campus: Trends for higher education and trainingwas the theme of the IFIP Working Conference on which this book is based. lt was a joint event of Working Groups 3.3 and 3.6, Research and distance Education respectively, of IFIP Technical Committee 3 for Education. International dissemina...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Verdejo, M.F. (Editor), Davies, Gordon (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: New York, NY Springer US 1998, 1998
Edition:1st ed. 1998
Series:IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 27 Using telematics to overcome educational constraints: teaching differential equations using the World-Wide-Web and multimedia technology
  • Index of contributors
  • Keyword index
  • 1 New wine and old bottles? Tele-learning, telematics and the University of Twente
  • 2 Virtual learning centers for XXIst century organizations
  • 3 New research avenues on multimedia based learning in the EU
  • 4 Learning at a virtual campus: Deakin University’s experiences as a dual mode university
  • 5 The university for industry pilot project
  • 6 Introduction to global approaches
  • 7 A Web-based learning environment: applying constructivist teaching concepts in virtual learning environments
  • 8 An experience in UNED on building up a virtual campus
  • 9 The impact of the Internet on academic research practices
  • 10 Comparison of students’ thinking processes when studying with WWW, IMM, and text based materials
  • 11 Collaboration between universities and enterprises in the knowledge age
  • 12 Cultural contextualisation of learning with the World Wide Web
  • 13 Questions and discussion
  • 14 New approaches for collaborative learning and group activities
  • 15 Towards a model of collaborative support for distance learners to perform joint tasks
  • 16 Using the World Wide Web to promote educational discussion on university level courses
  • 17 Distance education and distributed virtual environments
  • 18 Self organised group activities supported by asynchronous structured conversations
  • 19 Web tools and Web applications
  • 20 How to distribute learning facilities by means of a network: some issues and a case study
  • 21 A GCSE project for the distance evaluation of knowledge of French as a foreign language
  • 22 Conceptual learning of sciences supported by Java compliant technologies
  • 23 Extending Web educational applications via SGML structuring and content-based capabilities
  • 24 SimulNet: virtual tele-laboratories over the Internet
  • 25 A distance learning application based ona digital library of courseware
  • 26 Authoring tools for network-based training