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Informatics in Education

2010 Volume 9, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Tutoring and Multi-Agent Systems: Modeling from Experiences

    Abdellah Bennane

    Tutoring systems become complex and are offering varieties of pedagogical software as course modules, exercises, simulators, systems online or offline, for single user or multi-user. This... More

    pp. 171-184

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  2. Web 2.0 Technologies and Applications in the Best Practice Networks and Communities

    Valentina Dagiene & Eugenijus Kurilovas

    The paper is aimed to analyse the external expert evaluation results of eContent"plus" programme's iCOPER (Interoperable Content for Performance in a Competency-driven Society) project's ... More

    pp. 185-197

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  3. A Method for Automated Program Code Testing

    Sigitas Drasutis, Vida Motekaityte & Algirdas Noreika

    The Internet has recently encouraged the society to convert almost all its needs to electronic resources such as e-libraries, e-cultures, e-entertainment as well as e-learning, which has become a... More

    pp. 199-208

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  4. Technology-Based Lesson Plans: Preparation and Description

    Svetlana Kubilinskiene & Valentina Dagiene

    A lesson plan is an important methodological component of the learning process. The key purpose of the article is to analyse the current situation and suggest how the information technologies can... More

    pp. 217-228

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  5. Computer Game Design Classes: The Students' and Professionals' Perspectives

    Jakub Swacha, Adam Skrzyszewski & Wojciech A. Syslo

    There are multiple reasons that justify teaching computer game design. Its multi-aspectual nature creates opportunity to develop, at the same time, creativity, technical skills and ability to work ... More

    pp. 249-260

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  6. Impact of Electronic Teaching Materials on Process of Education--Results of an Experiment

    Ján Záhorec, Alena Hašková & Michal Munk

    In their paper the authors deal with the vital issues of creation and application of electronic teaching materials for natural science subjects teaching. They describe an experimental examination... More

    pp. 261-281

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