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The ARIADNE Project (Part 2): Knowledge Pools for Computer-based and Telematics-supported Classical, Open and Distance Education
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European Journal of Engineering Education Volume 22, Number 2, ISSN 0304-3797

Abstract

Presents the tools and methodologies that underlie the ARIADNE framework for enabling open and distance education and enhancing more conventional training schemes. The ARIADNE concept relies on a distributed knowledge pool system that stores pedagogically indexed educational resources. The basic approach is one of share and reuse. (AIM)

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Forte, E.N., Wentland, M.H.K. & Duval, E. (1997). The ARIADNE Project (Part 2): Knowledge Pools for Computer-based and Telematics-supported Classical, Open and Distance Education. European Journal of Engineering Education, 22(2), 153. Retrieved December 13, 2019 from .

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