By et al Francisco Milton Mendes Neto (Editor)
The net and development of laptop networks have eradicated geographic limitations, developing an atmosphere the place schooling may be dropped at a scholar irrespective of the place that pupil could be. The luck of distance studying courses and the supply of many Web-supported functions and multimedia assets have elevated the effectiveness of computer-supported studying. in spite of the fact that, expertise maintains to develop and maintaining with the newest traits could be tricky. Advances in Computer-Supported studying clarifies the hot applied sciences, purposes, and study in computer-supported studying. It is helping scholars, lecturers, and researchers achieve a bigger realizing of this box and the traits which are using computer-supported studying ahead. It stocks the data of foreign researchers in computer-supported studying, proposing the practices and demanding situations confronted by means of designers. Readers of this booklet will achieve an knowing of the present country of computer-supported studying and the place it is going to be sooner or later.
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Integrated Features of LEO The software is a highly integrated system that provides for creation and use of an organizer for the course, a much more information-rich representation of the topics than that contained in a traditional syllabus, an integrated interface to tests and other assessments the instructor might wish to administer, and support for collaboration at a fine-grained level. The support for collaboration is fine-grained in the sense that discussion threads and instant messaging are attached to individual topics and therefore focused at the topic level rather than at the course Copyright © 2007, Idea Group Inc.
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Advances in Computer-Supported Learning by et al Francisco Milton Mendes Neto (Editor)