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E-Learning and the Use of New Technologies in the "Kolumbus-Kids" Project in Germany
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Educational Technology Volume 54, Number 1, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

This article presents the science project "Kolumbus-Kids" as an example of the innovative use of "E-Learning" and other "new technologies" to advance student learning and new-media education. The project benefits from various technology-based education strategies and E-Learning scenarios which are employed during the sessions, their preparation, and follow-up. Media and technology are used as instruments to improve learning and also as objects to learn about.

Citation

Wegner, C., Homann, W., Strehlke, F. & Borgmann, A. (2014). E-Learning and the Use of New Technologies in the "Kolumbus-Kids" Project in Germany. Educational Technology, 54(1), 35-37. Retrieved August 4, 2020 from .

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