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E-learning series vol. 8: E - learning Methodology - Implementation and Evaluation, vol. 7: IT tools - Good Practice of Effective Use in Education, vol. 6: E-learning and Intercultural Competences Development in Different Countries, vol. 5: E-learning and Lifelong Learning, vol. 4: E-learning for Societal Needs, vol. 3: Use of E-learning in the Developing of the Key Competences, vol. 2: Use of E-learning in the Training of Professionals in the Knowledge Society, vol. 1: Theoretical and practica

eISSN - 2451-3652

pISSN - 2451-2451

Impact Factor - Under Evalution    

Subject: Media and communication

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Publish By - Studio NOA for University of Silesia in Katowice

Language - English

Published Year - 2009

specialization - This book includes a sequence of responses to numerous questions that have not been answered yet. The papers of the authors included in the monograph are an attempt at providing such answers. The aspects and problems discussed in the materials include the following: E-learning Methodology – Implementation and Evaluation: – European and national standards of E-learning quality evaluation, – Evaluation of synchronous and asynchronous teaching and learning, methodology and good example, – MOOCs - methodology of design, conducting, implementation and evaluation, – Contemporary trends of world education - globalization, internationalization, mobility ICT Tools - effective use of education: – Selected Web 2.0 and Web 3.0., – Massive Open Online Courses, etc., Social media, – To compare and evaluate, LMS (learning management systems), CMS (Contents Management Systems), – VSCR (Virtual synchronous classrooms), SSA (Screen Share Applications), CSA (Contents Sharing Application), – Cloud computing environment, – Multimedia resources and didactic materials, – Video-tutorial design. E-learning and Intercultural Competences Development in Different Countries: – Legal, social aspects of distance learning in different countries, – Psychological and ethical aspects of distance learning in different countries, – Teacher-student and student-student relationships in distance learning. Theoretical, methodological and practical aspects of distance learning: – Theoretical and methodological aspects of distance learning, – Successful examples of e-learning, – Distance learning of humanities: native and foreign language, philosophy, history, ect., – Distance learning of science and mathematics, – Quality of teaching, training programs and аssessment – E-learning for the disabled. Distance learning and lifelong learning: – Computer training, for prospective and actual teachers, in distance learning, – Lifelong learning supported by distance learning, – Personnel, scientific, information and library services. – E-learning in the Development of the Key Competences: – Key competences in the knowledge society, – Use of e-learning in improving the level of the students’ key competences, – Teachers’ and learners’ competences in distance learning and computer science. Other alternative methods, forms and techniques in distance learning: – simulations, models in distance learning, – collaboration work in distance learning, – distance learning systems, – m-learning.

Publish By - Studio NOA for University of Silesia in Katowice

Description - This book includes a sequence of responses to numerous questions that have not been answered yet. The papers of the authors included in the monograph are an attempt at providing such answers. The aspects and problems discussed in the materials include the following: E-learning Methodology – Implementation and Evaluation: – European and national standards of E-learning quality evaluation, – Evaluation of synchronous and asynchronous teaching and learning, methodology and good example, – MOOCs - methodology of design, conducting, implementation and evaluation, – Contemporary trends of world education - globalization, internationalization, mobility ICT Tools - effective use of education: – Selected Web 2.0 and Web 3.0., – Massive Open Online Courses, etc., Social media, – To compare and evaluate, LMS (learning management systems), CMS (Contents Management Systems), – VSCR (Virtual synchronous classrooms), SSA (Screen Share Applications), CSA (Contents Sharing Application), – Cloud computing environment, – Multimedia resources and didactic materials, – Video-tutorial design. E-learning and Intercultural Competences Development in Different Countries: – Legal, social aspects of distance learning in different countries, – Psychological and ethical aspects of distance learning in different countries, – Teacher-student and student-student relationships in distance learning. Theoretical, methodological and practical aspects of distance learning: – Theoretical and methodological aspects of distance learning, – Successful examples of e-learning, – Distance learning of humanities: native and foreign language, philosophy, history, ect., – Distance learning of science and mathematics, – Quality of teaching, training programs and аssessment – E-learning for the disabled. Distance learning and lifelong learning: – Computer training, for prospective and actual teachers, in distance learning, – Lifelong learning supported by distance learning, – Personnel, scientific, information and library services. – E-learning in the Development of the Key Competences: – Key competences in the knowledge society, – Use of e-learning in improving the level of the students’ key competences, – Teachers’ and learners’ competences in distance learning and computer science. Other alternative methods, forms and techniques in distance learning: – simulations, models in distance learning, – collaboration work in distance learning, – distance learning systems, – m-learning.