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Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

2005 Volume 1, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 12

  1. Dai Learning Objects ai Learning Objectives

    Alberto Colorni, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

    In questo lavoro voglio sostenere una tesi a cui si allude già nel titolo. Non parlo quindi delle promettenti possibilità dell’e-learning, o dell’importanza dei tutor, o delle difficoltà della loro... More

    pp. 15-32

  2. A Comprehensive E-Learning Model

    Badrul Kahn, The George Washington University, United States

    In e-learning, people are involved in the process of creating e-learning materials and making them available to a specified audience. The People-Process-Product Continuum or P3 Model (Figure 1) can... More

    pp. 33-44

  3. Learning Objects, strategie e mediazione didattica

    Serena Alvino & Luigi Sarti, Istituto per le Tecnologie Didattiche CNR, Italy

    Any structured educational initiative is based on a function of didactic mediation that teachers, tutors, community, materials etc. perform in filling the gap between learners and new knowledge. In... More

    pp. 45-54

  4. I materiali didattici della laurea triennale online «Lingua e cultura italiana» (ICoN - Italian Culture on the Net)

    Artemio Baldini, Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy

    This paper deals with the Online Undergraduate Degree in Italian Language and Culture for Foreigners offered by the ICoN-Italian Culture on the Net – Consortium (www.italicon.it), established in... More

    pp. 55-62

  5. Monitoring interactions in collaborative learning environments (CSCL): a tool kit for Synergeia

    Antonio Calvani, Antonio Fini & Giovanni Bonaiuti, Università di Firenze, Italy; Elvis Mazzoni, Università di Bologna, Italy

    Starting from the early 90ies computer supported collaborative learning has gained new interest thanks to the diffusion of networks and social constructivism. In order to carry it into effect, it... More

    pp. 63-73

  6. TIC, comunità di apprendimento e modelli di sviluppo della conoscenza

    Antonio Cartelli, Università degli Studi di Cassino, Italy

    The paper firstly reports the results of psycho-pedagogical research about ICT effects on learning and knowledge development in individuals and communities of practice; a special attention has been... More

    pp. 75-88

  7. Valutazione della costruzione della conoscenza nell’interazione via web-forum degli insegnanti di lingue straniere in formazione

    Paolo Celentin, Università Cà Foscari, Venezia, Italy; Marilena Da Rold, Universidad de Castilla La Mancha, Italy

    The great pedagogical potential of ITC has not yet been fully explored, at least in Italy. We believe that evaluation tools of learning outcomes and a concrete methodology easily available to those... More

    pp. 89-100

  8. FORTIC courses: a successful challenge or a missed opportunity?

    Maria Ciaffaroni, ITC/Liceo Linguistico "L. L. Radice" Roma, Italy

    The paper deals with a massive online ICT in-service training programme for Italian schoolteachers — FORTIC, training on ICT — carried out in 2003/04. As is usually the case, FORTIC has proved both... More

    pp. 101-111

  9. Portic.ol: a quality oriented University student community

    Patrizia Cinti, Gaetana Ragusa, Federica Ballone, Lucilla Livigni, Sofia Nasi & Gloria Sciarpa, Università La Sapienza, Roma, Italy

    The article describes an on-line collaborative learning pattern capable of developing a double process of skills evolution. It concerns the three main dimensions of collaborative learning: the... More

    pp. 113-122

  10. Dai limiti attuali del knowledge management alle nuove potenzialità degli ambienti info-learn

    Valerio Eletti, Università La Sapienza, Roma, Italy

    In order to focus the emergent problem in present applications of Knowledge Management (KM) systems, the author in this essay starts from a KM definition to be shared, and then focuses on a... More

    pp. 123-132

  11. Pocodima: An Example of an Accessible Simulation-based Self-training Tool

    Giovanna Filosa & Fabio Gaglini, Glaux Srl, Roma, Italy

    The Pocodima Project (POsitive COnflict and DIfferences MAnagement) has had the burden and the merit to tackle two particularly «hot» socially impacting issues: conflict mediation and service... More

    pp. 133-142

  12. Problematiche non risolte e nuove prospettive dei Learning Object

    Antonio Fini & Luca Vanni, Università di Firenze, Italy

    The Learning Objects (LO) model has been around for ten years. Despite the lack of a commonly accepted definition, the LO paradigm still depicts great initial expectations and a few unresolved... More

    pp. 143-152