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First results from distance learning experiment in algorithmic

Abstract : This paper presents an experiment we drive in order to test new pedagogical principles for distance and along-the-life training in our university. These principles are mainly supported by adding numeric supports within the traditional device. We describe the conditions of our experiment along with the first results we obtained. These results point out some of possible interests for the use of new technologies in education (such as introduc-tion of simulation, personalisation of reading scenario or extension of communication possibilities). Our re-marks also assist in determining a set of conditions that seems to be required in order to manage the introduc-tion of these technologies (such as the necessity for a multi-support environment or the need for a close tutor-ing).
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Stéphane Crozat, Philippe Trigano. First results from distance learning experiment in algorithmic. Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design 1999, Sep 1999, Compiègne, France. ⟨edutice-00000397⟩



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