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Hypermédias, Culture, Apprentissage

Abstract : Information and communication technology applied in educational settings allows creating new environments that go beyond the classroom and the school. They also provide ease in the design of learning, they allow to centre around the learner, they facilitate collaboration scenarios and generate multiple applications. However, the production of material and environments suitable for educational technology requires to take into account cultural questions and, as a consequence, learning styles. Moreover, cultural elements form parameters at many levels : they include hypotheses concerning intelligence and motivation, they take into account human communication modes and social functioning. In this article, I will present some hypotheses based on examples from didactical material produced for language teaching in three different languages : French, Italian and Chinese.
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Ian Hart, Denis Meyer. Hypermédias, Culture, Apprentissage. Cinquième colloque Hypermédias et apprentissages, Apr 2001, Grenoble, France. pp.35-45. ⟨edutice-00000450⟩



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