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Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

2005 Volume 1, Number 3


Luigi Colazzo

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Introducing ICT in higher education: A strategic planning approach

    Albert Sangrà, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain

    Strategic planning is being used in Higher Education as a tool to facilitate the appropriate integration of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) at universities, even if its impact is... More

    pp. 331-340

  2. E-learning nell’Università: quale strada percorrere?

    Antonio Calvani, Università di Firenze, Italy

    At the recent SIe-L Congress, researchers and teachers from over thirty Italian Universities presented initiatives in the field of e-learning. On the basis of these contributions, we can state that... More

    pp. 341-3550

  3. A public, open and flexible catalogue for e-learning products: development of a «European search engine» for courseware and learning objects

    Giovanni Bonaiuti, Università di Firenze, Italy; Gytis Cibulskis, Kaunas University of Technology, Italy; Karin Jansson, Swedish Agency for Flexible Learning, Sweden

    The EMDEL Project, financed by the UE in the Leonardo Da Vinci Programme, promotes the constitution of a large public catalogue of e-learning products. The Catalogue constitutes an opportunity for ... More

    pp. 351-360

  4. Uso delle tecnologie RFID per un reale Ambient Learning & Training

    David Fuschi, GIUNTI Interactive Labs Srl, Italy

    At present there is a growing demand for life-long learning and professional training. On the one hand, it is generally accepted that learning which is based on practical experience is more... More

    pp. 361-373

  5. MOBIlearn: tecnologie mobili e nuovi modelli pedagogici per il futuro dell’e-learning

    Giancarlo Bo, GIUNTI Interactive Labs Srl, Italy

    The MOBIlearn project, the most important funded by the European Commission in the field of mobile technologies research, explores new ways to use mobile environments to meet the needs of learners,... More

    pp. 375-384

  6. Knowledge Management nel Progetto E-learning della Facoltà di Medicina e Chirurgia dell’Università di Firenze

    Marco Masoni, Maria Guelfi, Antonio Conti & Gian Gensini, Università di Firenze, Italy

    In 2002, the University of Florence Medical School developed an e-learning project aimed at creating an online Curriculum in Medicine and Surgery as a support to conventional teaching. From the... More

    pp. 385-395

  7. Digital Portfolio: e-learning come sviluppo personale integrato. Riflessioni sulla sperimentazione in corso all’Università di Milano-Bicocca

    Filippo Dal Fiore & Marco Gui, Università di Milano-Bicocca, Italy

    In the Information Society, universities face the need to refocus their mission to include a greater importance for the role of students (who become the real protagonists) and a selection of... More

    pp. 397-406

  8. Polis: Collaborative Project-Work Environment

    Laura Ascari, Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy; Doris Fetscher, Università di Augsburg, Germany; Stefania Panini, Università degli Studi di Pisa, Italy

    The POLIS project began in late 2003. Teachers and professionals from the universities of Augsburg, Modena-Reggio Emilia and Pisa are involved in this project, and the result of their joint-work is... More

    pp. 407-416

  9. Strumenti di authoring orientati all’autore

    Stefano Penge, Lynx Srl, Italy

    In early e-learning systems, platforms require high technical competence to publish courses materials; so digitalization of existing courseware was accomplished by technical staff. Present... More

    pp. 417-428