Vers des manuels scolaires électroniques ? Résultats d'une étude en mathématiques en classe de sixième

Abstract : Handbooks are now traditional resources for highschool students. With time, they have become complex tools, aiming at offering diversified functions that paper cannot easily allow. The issue of implementing these functions in a multimedia software environment can be considered. Is it possible to transfer paper handbooks, which new functions should be added, for which types of usage? This paper, based on a project funded by a “cognition science” task force; presents a research led on the design of an electronic handbook of mathematics for junior highschool students and proposes perspectives for further research.
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Sciences et Techniques Educatives, Hermes, 1998, Le livre electronique, 5 (4), pp.343-370
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Eric Bruillard, Georges-Louis Baron. Vers des manuels scolaires électroniques ? Résultats d'une étude en mathématiques en classe de sixième. Sciences et Techniques Educatives, Hermes, 1998, Le livre electronique, 5 (4), pp.343-370. 〈edutice-00001472〉

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