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Applying Active Space Principles to Active Classrooms

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Applying Active Space Principles to Active Classrooms
Recent developments in pervasive computing have enabled new features for collaboration and instrumentation in educational technology systems. An infrastructure for the integration of components which support interactive pervasive education aids the development of these features. The e-Fuzion system contains the necessary components and management facilities to dynamically compose an adaptive learning system. e-Fuzion provides a set of distributed objects which allow for sharing of multimedia, recording of learning activity, and availability of real-time feedback information for instructors. Using the Gaia infrastructure, the system supports context-aware components and storage. e-Fuzion provides the extensibility necessary for the development of features to be integrated into educational technology systems.
Chad Peiper, David Warden, Ellick Chan, Roy H. Cam
Added 25 Jun 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where PERCOM
Authors Chad Peiper, David Warden, Ellick Chan, Roy H. Campbell, Sam Kamin, Tim L. Wentling
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