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The Model of Collaborative Learning GRID to activate interactivity for Knowledge Building

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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to support the learning activity in the Internet learning space. In this paper, we examine the GRID technology as the knowledge management for supporting "collaborative learning" / " collaboration in learning" (CL). RAPSODY-EX (REX) is a distributed learning support environment organized as a learning infrastructure. REX can effectively carry out to support collaborative activities in asynchronous/ synchronous learning mode. The mixed distributed learning environment is utilized as a new learning ecology, where individual / collaborative learning environment with audio/visual channel (like as a videoconference) are performed on the multimedia communication network. In this mixed distributed learning environment, people can arrange, modify and integrate educational information for the purpose of investigating, decision making, planning, problem solving, building knowledge and self development. Diverse information in the educational context is referred and reused as knowledge which oneself and others can practically utilize. We aim at constructing the growing digital portfolio database for learning knowledge management in Internet environment. In addition, we explore the GRID technology of activating human-interactivity for knowledge mining/discovering.
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hal-00190480 , version 1 (23-11-2007)

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Toshio Okamoto, Mizue Kayama. The Model of Collaborative Learning GRID to activate interactivity for Knowledge Building. 4th International LEGE-WG Workshop Towards a European Learning Grid Infrastructure Progressing with a European Learning Grid, Stuttgart, Germany, April 27-28, 2004, 2004, Stuttgart, Germany. pp.5. ⟨hal-00190480⟩

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