E-Learning 2.0 - Technologies for Knowledge Transfer in European-Wide Network of Schools

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Executive Summary

With the upcoming features of Web 2.0 current e-Learning solutions, mostly characterized by single user and centered data-download, change and develop further. The traditional paradigm of classroom teaching and learning is broadened towards sharing experiences and knowledge in word-wide social communities. Furthermore, knowledge capturing in ambient environments gains more importance and the use of mobile devices has created rich and exciting learning opportunities. These aspects characterize the so-called e-Learning 2.0. Different aspects of this paradigm shift are presented in this paper and the European Community supported UNITE project as an application case is offered.

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