Evolving from a Traditional Distance Learning Model to e-Learning

Abstract : This paper presents experiences from the course of Informatics at the Hellenic Open University. Problems faced and lessons learned are presented relating to the introduction of e-learning capabilities into this course that was initially based on a traditional distance-learning model. The paper discusses the need that imposed the introduction of e-learning infrastructure and procedures into the course, the steps taken and the students' attitude towards these changes. It also discusses points where the GRID infrastructure can aid in the educational procedure.
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Michalis Xenos, Athanassios Skodras. Evolving from a Traditional Distance Learning Model to e-Learning. 2nd International LeGE-WG Workshop on e-Learning and Grid Technologies: A Fundamental Challenge for Europe, Paris, France. 3rd & 4th March 2003, 2003, Paris, France. pp.9. ⟨hal-00190456⟩

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