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Technology-Enhanced Learning : From Thesaurus and Dictionary to Ontology [r-libre/785]

Bourdeau, Jacqueline, & Balacheff, Nicolas (2014). Technology-Enhanced Learning : From Thesaurus and Dictionary to Ontology. In Jovanovic, Jelena, & Chiong, Raymond (Ed.), Technological and Social Environments for Interactive Learning (p. 1-33). Santa Rosa, États-Unis : Informing Science Press. ISBN 978-1-932886-73-3

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Abstract: This chapter describes the creation and results of DICONTO, a conceptual structure which connects the elements of the Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) thesaurus via the OMNIBUS ontology. The expression Technology-Enhanced Learning has been in use for many years, predominantly in Europe, to designate a field of research aimed at improving learning by integrating current or innovative technologies. Is it a concept in and of itself, or is it a term used in the naming of a field? How can it be characterized so as to identify what it is comprised of? In this chapter, both the concept and the thesaurus are questioned, followed by an attempt to reconcile them.
Official URL: https://books.google.ie/books?id=rKMdAgAAQBAJ&prin...
Depositor: Bourdeau, Jacqueline
Owner / Manager: Jacqueline Bourdeau
Deposited: 27 Nov 2015 21:21
Last Modified: 27 Nov 2015 21:21

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