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Open Source technologies for dyslexic pupils
(IOS Press, 2009)
We describe how Open Source applications can be used to achieve aids for the integration at school of pupils suffering from dyslexia. The experience is based on speech synthesis tools, Festival and MBROLA, and requires a ...
Visual impairments and archaeology: An experience with a talking book
Hybrid learning experiences with a collaborative Open Source environment
The paper illustrates a methodology for the design of courses, which can be offered as traditional classroom-based, hybrid or distance courses. It is based on collaborative learning environment realized by means of Web 2.0 ...
The virtual training center: A support tool for teachers community
Communities of practice for teachers are emerging, where the issues of life long learning of in-service teacher is supported by a collective effort and by applying modern methodologies and tools. The paper describes how ...
Tools for supporting hybrid learning strategies in Open Source software environments
In this paper, we illustrate how a cooperative learning paradigm may benefit from cutting edge e-learning techniques. We use Web 2.0 resources (especially AJAX) to fulfill requirements for an interactive-constructivistic ...
Open Source Software für sehbehinderte Menschen
(Pabst Science Publ., 2008)
Extending moodle for collaborative learning
In this demo, we present novel features added to the Moodle Learning Management System to achieve collaborative learning.
Virtual training centers of I*Teach project
New methodology of continuous education offers the opportunity to acquire new skills as well as general social skills in a flexible and synchronic manner. It also allows to learn and develop newly acquired knowledge by ...