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Bi-directional Distribution of eLearning Content for Cross-technology Learning Communities

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Bi-directional Distribution of eLearning Content for Cross-technology Learning Communities
: This article describes the use of a service-oriented architecture to bridge the gap between different eLearning types and tools. The basic concept is a bi-directional distribution of web services provided by different eLearning environments. This is exemplarily verified by a combination of lectures that are held in a modern media supported lecture room with tools of the computer-aided face-to-face learning paradigm and within a virtual learning environment (Second Life). The new service-based approach allows a flexible and systematic coupling of virtual and face-to-face teaching and learning to a cross-technology learning community. 1 eLearning Scenarios and Approaches for their Integration Today, computer-aided face-to-face learning is the most popular teaching and learning type. This includes the replacement as well as the extension of spoken and written content by digital media (like powerpoint slides, simulations, demonstrations, etc.). These media can than easily be made avail...
Raphael Zender, Enrico Dressler, Ulrike Lucke, Dja
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where IICS
Authors Raphael Zender, Enrico Dressler, Ulrike Lucke, Djamshid Tavangarian
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