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ERIC Number: ED427658
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996-Oct
Pages: 9
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Designing a Course on the WEB: The Point of View of a Training Institute.
D'Halluin, Chantal; Rethore, Stephane; Vanhille, Bruno; Vieville, Claude
This paper presents a methodology of courseware development that aims to build a global system of training on the Internet. Although the researchers' practice is based on a mix of constructivist and cooperative learning theory, it is noted that courseware would have to support other theories and practices in order to be transferable. Three spaces in which the activities of learners take place are identified--information space, action space, and communication space; the communication space depends on the institute and organizes the interactivity between the different spaces to correspond to a pedagogical practice. Following an introduction to the educational context of the project, these spaces are characterized according to technical and pedagogical points of view. Point-to-point asynchronous communication, group asynchronous communication, and interaction between the three spaces are also discussed. (Contains 11 references.) (DLS)
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Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: France