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Rosmalen, Peter van; Sloep, Peter; Brouns, Francis; Kester, Liesbeth; Kone, Malik; Koper, Rob – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2006
Tutors have only limited time to support the learning process. In this paper, we introduced a model that helps answer the questions of students. The model invoked the knowledge and skills of fellow students, who jointly formed an ad hoc, transient community. The paper situated the model within the context of a Learning Network, a self-organised,…
Descriptors: Tutors, Learning Processes, Lifelong Learning, Educational Technology
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Koper, Rob; Manderveld, Jocelyn – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2004
Nowadays there is a huge demand for flexible, independent learning without the constraints of time and place. Various trends in the field of education and training are the bases for the development of new technologies for education. This article describes the development of a learning technology specification, which supports these new demands for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Independent Study, Open Universities, Educational Technology
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Koper, Rob; Tattersall, Colin – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2004
The requirements placed on learning technologies to support lifelong learning differ considerably from those placed on technologies to support particular fragments of a learning lifetime. The time scales involved in lifelong learning, together with its multi-institutional and episodic nature are not reflected in todays mainstream learning…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Information Networks, Computer Networks, Lifelong Learning
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van Bruggen, Jan; Sloep, Peter; van Rosmalen, Peter; Brouns, Francis; Vogten, Hubert; Koper, Rob; Tattersall, Colin – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2004
As we move towards distributed, self-organised learning networks for lifelong learning to which multiple providers contribute content, there is a need to develop new techniques to determine where learners can be positioned in these networks. Positioning requires us to map characteristics of the learner onto characteristics of learning materials…
Descriptors: Semantics, Lifelong Learning, Integrity, Adult Learning
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Koper, Rob – British Journal of Educational Technology, 1995
Describes a dedicated method for the design of multimedia courseware, called PROFIL, which integrates instructional design with software engineering techniques and incorporates media selection in the design methodology. The phases of development are outlined: preliminary investigation, definition, script, technical realization, implementation, and…
Descriptors: Computer Software Development, Courseware, Definitions, Educational Media