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A Study on Platform Development for Web 2.0-based e-Learning
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A Study on Platform Development for Web 2.0-based e-Learning
Yang, Je-Min; Park, Jae-Chon;
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The new paradigm called the web 2.0 recently appeared in the web environment. We pay attention to the positive effects which may be brought about by application of the web 2.0 to e-learning; we think that it can improve problem solving skills of learners and reinforce their creativity. But until now, e-learning model, which understood the web 2.0 concept completely, has been never developed. In this context, we propose the web 2.0-based e-learning platform which induces all the courses for education such as the selection of topic, preparation of lecture schedule and contents, teaching and learning, to be decided by participants. We believe that this platform can replace or supplement the e-learning of web 1.0 age, and realize the positive effects.
Web 2.0;e-Learning;Collective Intelligence;e-Learning Platform;
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