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E-Learning in (Austrian) Schools - Some Empirical Findings, Obstacles, Theses and Visions

Abstract : Is E-Learning in Higher Education, the apparently cutting-edge place in applying and transformig the newest technologies in the educational field, already established and an indespensible part of teaching? The answer seems to be clearly Yes, subject to some contstraints which are immanent to all (educational) evolutions. But does this apply also to secondary education, where the approaches to establish E-Learning in schools are even more multifaceted, accompanied by top-down and bottom-up initiatives as well? This paper highlights exemplary aspects of the current situation with respect to some empirical findings in Austrian's secondary academic schools. Furthermore some theses grounding on realistic assumptions are put up for discussion.
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Peter Micheuz. E-Learning in (Austrian) Schools - Some Empirical Findings, Obstacles, Theses and Visions. Conference ICL2007, September 26 -28, 2007, 2007, Villach, Austria. 3 p. ⟨hal-00257161⟩



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