Learning Content and Interoperability

Abstract : In the era of Internet and new information and communication technologies one of the most important things is appropriate use of technologies in order to achieve desired results. In present paper, they are compared two case studies - on one hand there they are presented research results about interoperability in two open-source learning environments developed in Sofia University, Bulgaria and, on other hand, there are given results from "South West Wales Interoperability Project", sponsored by Project Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC). JISC is funded by all the UK post-16 and higher education funding councils. They are reported results of comparisons between the studies, and, as well, some points related to interoperability are marked.
Keywords : learning contents
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Adelina Aleksieva, Milen Petrov, Boyan Bontchev. Learning Content and Interoperability. International Bulgarian-Turkish Conference, Computer Science, 2005, 2005, Bulgaria. page 1. ⟨hal-00190729⟩

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