Ubiquitous Learning Perspectives in a Learning Management System
Di Cerbo, F
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The DULP vision is providing an innovative perspective for rethinking learning processes, to become, among the others, ubiquitous and focused on persons in their daily activities, according to the new dynamic reality that we face every day. The challenge we present in this work is to bring the DIEL system further into exploring DULP implication, with a specific effort on mobile learning and in the exploration of the meanings of quantitative data collection as indicators of learning process trends.
Special issue on: Design Centered and Personalized Learning in Liquid and Ubiquitous Learning Places (DULP): Future Visions and Practical Implementations ISBN 978-88-88044-10-1
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