Using Blackboard Learn to Develop Educational Materials
One obvious change in the nowadays education paradigm refers to the method of delivery the educational material. If the teacher traditionally stood in front of the room full of students and spoke to them, today ICT is increasingly used to facilitate the providing of courses, but also to ease communication between university, teachers and students. In the following article we will refer to teaching (as part of the educational process), which is becoming increasingly replaced by designing and providing appropriate courses for Computer Aided Education. This paper shows how the teachers work with “Blackboard Learn” elearning platform so they can build a course that closely match the needs of the learning process and student requirements.
Volume (Year): XIII (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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