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Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

2009 Volume 5, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Collaboration, Knowledge Sharing, Communication: The Enterprise 2.0 Model in Operation in a Research Centre, Csp in Turin

    Gian Matteucci, Lara Marcellin & Laura Gonella, CSP - the innovation and centre of the Piedmontese public administration, Italy

    This article illustrates the experience of CSP (the innovation and centre of the Piedmontese public administration) regarding the adoption of a web environment for collaboration and knowledge... More

    pp. 139-148

  2. How Can 3d Virtual Worlds Be Used To Support Collaborative Learning? An Analysis Of Cases From The Literature

    Mark Lee, Charles Sturt University, Australia

    Excited at the prospects of engaging their Net Generation students, educators worldwide are attempting to exploit the affordances of threedimensional (3D) virtual worlds such as Second Life, citing... More

    pp. 149-158

  3. Document Review Meets Social Software and the Learning Sciences

    Ned Kock, Texas A&M International University, United States

    This article argues that e-collaboration technologies often pose obstacles to effective communication in complex collaborative tasks. The reason presented is that typically those technologies... More

    pp. 159-169

  4. Campus We-Com. University students attitude towards didactical innovation

    Maria Cinque & Claudio Pensieri, Biomedical University of Rome, Italy

    The Campus We-Com (Wireless Educational Communities) project was carried out at Campus Bio-Medico University in 2007 and proved the usefulness of wireless networks in University environment to... More

    pp. 181-189

  5. Learning Environment With Elements Of Artificial Intelligence

    Pier Rossi, University of Macerata, Italy

    The paper describes an innovative approach to implement, on existing LMS platforms, e-learning functionalities based on artificial intelligence (AI). The paper illustrates the characteristics of a ... More

    pp. 191-199

  6. Training As Exchange And Negotiation Of Knowledge: An Online And In Presence

    Paola Nicolini & Tamara Lapucci, Macerata University, Italy

    We propose a socio-constructivist conception of training, presenting a model of teaching-learning that we have used in traditional and online context at the University of Macerata. In our... More

    pp. 201-210

  7. Use of Ontologies to Annotate and Retrieve Educational Contents: the AquaRing Approach

    Stefano Bianchi & Christian Mastrodonato, Softeco Sismat S.p.A, Italy; Gianni Vercelli & Giuliano Vivanet, DISA – Università di Genova, Italy

    The paper introduces the use of Semantic Web services within AquaRing, an EC-funded project concerning aquatic environments and their resources, and an ontology used to support educational contents... More

    pp. 211-220

  8. Kremm: an E-learning System for Mathematical Models Applied to Economics and Finance

    S Corsaro, P De Angelis, M Guarracino, Z Marino, V Monetti, F Perla & P Zanetti, University of Naples, Italy

    The widespread use of computing tools and Internet technologies that allow both distance learning and access to large amount of data and information, makes the process of solving a technical... More

    pp. 221-230

  9. The Future of Education

    Pierfranco Ravotto, Società Italiana e-Learning, Italy

    Extract from the Conferencia inaugural at XVII Encuentro Internacional de Education a Distancia, Guadalajara (Mexico), 4 December 2008. The full text is available on SCRIBD (http://www.scribd.com... More

    pp. 231-238

  10. E-collaboration in research projects promoted by the European Commission

    Chiara Mellini, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy

    The present review traces a brief chronological history of the digital collaboration communitarian programs, defined as e-collaboration or e-work by the European Commission. DG Information Society ... More

    pp. 239-245