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STUDENTS’ PREFERABLE ACTIVITIES IN E-LEARNING. A COLLECTIVE CASE STUDY

STUDENTS’ PREFERABLE ACTIVITIES IN E-LEARNING. A COLLECTIVE CASE STUDY
Anna Ślósarz

Abstract: Distance learning through different activities may develop users competences. In order to investigate what activities are offered to users, tasks included in open courses, and those made available by the University of Science and Technology (Poland), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (US) and Chiang Mai University (Thailand) have been examined. It turned out that the best developed interactive tasks were included in the courses provided by CMU, offering their applets to primary and secondary schools. Courses provided by MIT present the biggest amount of knowledge, but are non interactive and they lack instruction in case of the user’s error. Resources of CMU allow to consolidate basic skills indicating the gaps in users’ knowledge and refer to cultural context.
Keywords: interactivity, open resources, cultural awareness, citizen science, Long-Life Learning.

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