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Learning Support for Standard e-Classroom


  • Gabriel ZAMFIR



Normative approaches developed in the traditional education system are based on the classical resources, and this type of formal education reveals more and more restrictions, both for teaching and for evaluations, as soon as information has still an exponential development. At the same time, the informal education recognised as the regional information systems and the non-formal education reflected as the global information system evolve as a learning environment with more and more consequences for students. In this context, the formal education requires to be reorganized as a national information system according to the functionalities of the e-society, consolidated on the main three building blocks: e-Education, e-Science and e-Business. This article is designed as a conceptual one, focused on specific features of the e-classroom, considered as the standard technological infrastructure, defined as an extension of the traditional classroom in e-education. The purpose of this analysis is to highlight the new paradigm of meta-instruction in e-education as it is profiling as the basement of the learning support in standard e-classroom.

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  • Gabriel ZAMFIR, 2015. "Learning Support for Standard e-Classroom," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 19(3), pages 46-58.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:19:y:2015:i:3:p:46-58

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