ELPapers-EN-Volume-17 - N 17 December 2009 eLearning Papers...

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Nº 17 December 2009 eLearning Papers Editorial eLearning Content Ari-Matti Auvinen Articles Experiences with the Learning Resource Exchange for schools in Europe Frans Van Assche, David Massart, Riina Vuorikari, Erik Duval, Bram Vandeputte, Peter Baumgartner, Birgit Zens & Fernand Mesdom Quality evaluation of eLearning through an international peer-review community Ulf-Daniel Ehlers & Jochen Josten The challenge of quality in peer-produced eLearning content Ari-Matti Auvinen Pedagogically-Oriented Evaluation Criteria for Educational Web Resources Alivizos Sofos & Apostolos Kostas Visual and pedagogical design of eLearning content Olimpius Istrate eLearning Papers eLearning Papers is a digital publication on eLearning by elearningeuropa.info, a portal created by the European Commission to promote the use of ICT in education and training. Edited by: P.A.U. Education, S.L. E-mail: [email protected] | ISSN 1887-1542 The texts published in this journal, unless otherwise indicated, are subject to a Creative Commons Attribution- Noncommercial- NoDerivativeWorks 3.0 Unported licence. They may be copied, distributed and broadcast provided that the author and the e-journal that publishes them, eLearning Papers, are cited. Commercial use and derivative works are not permitted. The full licence can be consulted on http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/
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eLearning Papers • www.elearningpapers.eu • ISSN 1887-1542 2 Nº 17 • December 2009 • EN Editorial: eLearning content The landscape of eLearning content is in the midst of interesting changes. While the development of digital media is providing radical new opportunities for both learning content providers and for students, the increasing bandwidth of telecommunications enables the unforeseen use of media rich material (video clips, audio clips, simulations etc.) in eLearning provision. Besides, digital libraries and other resources are liberating providers and students from the use of physical establishments with restricted access. However, as the articles in this number of eLearning Papers show, we must reassess the visual and pedagogical challenges of eLearning content. The boundaries between eLearning content providers and learners are changing, as learners are entering the nucleus of content production. The fascinating examples of Wikipedia, YouTube and MySpace, among others, show the power and potential of peer production and user-created content in learning. The peer production trend actually emphasizes the need to address the issues of eLearning content quality with a fresh approach. In the upcoming future, learning content will originate from a much wider variety of actors, with important producers being for example third sector organizations, museums, news companies, etc. The exchange of these elements will constitute an opportunity for educational parties to gain access
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