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The remote experiment position in actual taxonomy

Abstract : Taxonomy is a classification effort for establishment of learning/teaching operational objectives. There are some famous taxonomies, Bloom's being the most quoted. In spite of the fact that some researchers have tried to explain the position of elearning in already known taxonomies, this subject was not too much in the general attention. In the paper the authors intend to go deeply and to analyze the position of the new methodology-remote experiment-in the actual taxonomies. In addition they have also some remarks about psychological implications of remote experiment, taking into account the fact that remote experiment networks contains some peculiarities regarding cultural barriers, language barriers and so on.
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Cornel Samoila, Doru Ursutiu, Petru Cotfas, Sorin Zamfira. The remote experiment position in actual taxonomy. Conference ICL2007, September 26 -28, 2007, 2007, Villach, Austria. 9 p. ⟨hal-00257129⟩



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