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Information society has introduced new needs and demands towards libraries. The answer of libraries has been the development and integration of a range of new services into their existing system. When the implementation of a new service fails, the risk is that the provision of the service will be taken out of the scope of libraries. The layers of library and documentation services are supported and enhanced by the digital environment. E-learning materials also constitute a prospective new layer, but their integration and provision by libraries brings up a number of theoretical, technical and financial issues. Several libraries have reported to introduce the provision of e-learning materials, but this practice only means, in most cases, the provision of electronically stored texts free of charge or as a paying service. Thus the issues presented by the author can only be dealt with at the level of theory and cannot offer practical solutions. However, the article encompasses a broad range of issues, from the questions of unified cataloguing of metadata of e-learning materials to the creation of individual e-learning spaces for readers at libraries.
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The idea of new means of teaching is creating the conditions for fast and permanent knowledge absorbing as well as facilitating an access to educational materials with simultaneous improving courses attractiveness. Such perspectives are offered by e-learning courses, which enable the lecturer to adjust the pace of classes to individual students needs and to prepare such material that reaches the students in an easy way. Uncontested advantage of e-education is elimination of the limits concerning the time and place of studying, which allows work at home, at the university as well as enables to participate in courses during popular international students exchange programs. E-evaluation provides an opportunity for an effective, objective and fast evaluation of high number of students. The paper presents diverse solutions applied in electronic support for didactics at the Faculty of Chemistry at Wroclaw University of Technology.
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The article suggests what should be done so that education - not only that defined by the prefix 'e' - would better fulfill the requirements of the modern society, which is described as knowledge-based. The theses stated in the article arise from the authoress' own experience and observations, gathered in diverse contexts and environments. They point that we still do not follow the changes that occur, or at least should occur, in education (also in e-education) due to the increasingly more common presence of information and communication technologies in society's life.
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E-learning becomes one of the most popular tools for employees' development in organizations. Despite numerous advantages it offers for employers, it is not trouble-free. One of the greatest obstacles is the lack of participants' motivation for full engagement in e-learning training. The study presented in the article confirms that motivation is a factor of involvement in e-learning. The main aims of the study were: to discover the factors influencing trainee's motivation and to know their evaluation of such type of e-learning that is characterized by serial convention and a high level of interactivity.
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Content available remote INVESTIGATING AND IMPLEMENTING ONLINE STUDENT IDENTITY VERIFICATION
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One of the most persistent issues facing educational institutions that offer online programs is whether a given online student is actually the one who registered for the online course . The article disccusses a technology-based system using personal questions to verify the identity of online students, which was implemented and field tested by a U.S. University.
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The article presents the results of marketing research provided among the students of WSB (Schools of Banking) in Poland. It concerned the e-learning Moodle platform. The article presents the methodology of the research, the main results as well as the students' opinions about the e-learning and their expectations towards the participation in this form of education.
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In the paper, there were presented the new possibilities of e-learning resources international platform, which is created as a part of BONy project, as an example of technological solutions for the conceptions of Community educational resources modeling. The project is co financed by the UE funds.
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The paper presents an attempt to assess methods for measuring the efficiency and quality of e-learning classes conducted on the basis of the selected medical subjects at the Faculty of Health Sciences of Medical Universityof Bialystok. Presented are the most important elements that should be usedin the study of the quality and efficiency of e-learning. The effectiveness of e-learning ranged from 76% to 82% according to Kirkpatrick's model. Moreover, the e-learning method of teaching was rated by students as more convenient and easier due to continuous access to interactive learning materials.
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The paper focuses on the usage of some of the tools for the creation of an e-learning course on the function properties and graphs and then implementing the course as an element of mathematics teaching program in the first grade of high school.
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This paper focuses on a Project-Based Learning (PBL) method used in e-learning environment. The names 'full e-PBL' and 'blended PBL' were defined. The paper will illustrate the experience of the Centre for Distance Education (CODE) at the Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) to use the PBL method in e-learning courses.
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The article describes the usage of Moodle platform for supporting the didactic process at the Faculty of Management and Economics of Gdansk University of Technology. The platform is currently applied to support traditional classes. The authoress presents the history of Moodle platform implementation at the Faculty as well as describes the results of the study concerning the platform usage by students and their opinion on e-learning classes. The planned development of Moodle at the Faculty is also discussed.
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This paper focuses on a Project-Based Learning (PBL) method used in e-learning environment. The paper presents the experience of the Centre for Distance Education (CODE) at the Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) whit using the PBL method in blended-learning courses. The statistics of students activity were analyzed. The effects of education were discussed.
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Educating teachers as a challenge for university with proliferation of computers and increased connectivity in all spheres of life, the application of e-learning in teacher development seems to be an essential method of enhancing effectiveness of practical training, as it opens up new forms of communication and collaboration in the virtual and in the real. The aim of the present paper is to seek solutions to the problems of teaching practice organisation and implementation in order to achieve higher quality, raise effectiveness and increase impact of practical preparation of students for serving their didactic and upbringing duties at schools. Special focus is placed on the innovative creation of a virtual educational space within the Moodle Learning Management System, which would be used while preparing for and serving the teaching practice, as well as while documenting the whole experience after its completion.
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The University of Illinois at Springfield and the Institute of Technology, Sligo Ireland are building a model of inter-institutional online class collaborations using the preview version of Google Wave. In test waves during the fall semester of 2009, the two universities joined students in a multi-week collaboration on the topic of Internet impact on energy sustainability perceptions in Europe and the U.S. The collaboration was less about the topic and more about identifying the features of the new collaboration tool that work best in facilitating student group work and instructor engagement. The results of this test will be implemented in further collaborations to be tested in a variety of disciplines by both institutions.
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Before applying a U.S.-based online training program to Canadian higher learning faculty, a review of the status of e-learning in Canada was conducted. The review finds Canada as among the world's most developed and industrialized countries. Yet, in a ranking by the International Telecommunication Union, Canada slipped downward causing concern, dispute, and mixed interpretation. Existing national and provincial policies are relevant to the progress or perception of failure thereof of e-Learning in the country. The principle features of the e-learning programs are Internet -based technologies, and thus this form of education need not be dependent upon one's country of residence, or the location of any particular institution of higher learning. The null hypothesis with its logical extension was simple- There are not enough differences between the US and Canada's e-learning environments to warrant major modification of the US originated faculty development program for Canadian use. The conclusion drawn after the review is that while there are differences between Canada and the US, the functions and purposes of their e-learning programs are similar enough to apply a well-developed US faculty training program for current and prospective online faculty in Canada.
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The article presents the information concerning educational platforms used in the preliminary trainings organized by scientific libraries in Poland on the basis of an open online access to catalogues and resources.
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Direct results of e-learning activity are assessed in reference to teaching quality and its costs. Whereas in the perspective of teaching quality there are different measures of didactic effectiveness used, on the financial arena there is, in turn, a range of cost effectiveness measures. Separate task is, however, defining the manner of complex measure of long-term effects of e-learning activity, in particular in relation to the adopted strategy. The article describes the application of Balanced Scorecard in e-learning, which, according to the author, provides adequate tools for the assessment of log-term effectiveness. The analysis described in the paper supports the validity of putting aims and benchmarks for e-learning activity into four basic perspectives suggested by Balanced Scorecard: financial, customer internal process and growth.
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Nowadays e-Learning has been identified to be the future of learning worldwide since the very powerful platform of the Internet has accelerated the speed of communication. Adoption of e-learning has become the latest trend across universities all over the world. Albania is part of a global shift from material resources to knowledge and intellectual resources as the basis for economic growth. Educators across Albania are aware that students must have an education that enables the students to participate successfully in and contribute to the knowledge economy. E-Learning readiness is an initial part of e-Learning development. In order to benefit from e-learning, higher education institutions in Albania should conduct considerable up-front analysis to assess their readiness. In this paper we are trying to examine the status of e-Learning readiness in Albania, analyzing and discussing several components and criteria based on literature.
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The article presents the process of students' progress evaluation at OLAT e-learning platform. The method of estimating teacher's effectiveness by students is also discussed. The author relies on information available in the Internet as well as on personal experience of using the platform.
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The overriding aim of education for balanced development is to change consumers behavior. This means encouraging consumers to change their lifestyle, namely, egocentric attitude into ecocentric one and to make choices taking into account other peoples' needs as well as environment protection. Major help in that endeavor are diverse educational services. One of them is Dolceta portal, which contains numerous advices and useful information.
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