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Interactive Computer aided Learning - ICL 2002

Introduction from the guest editor: Doru URSUTIU

The 5th workshop 'Interactive Computer aided Learning - ICL 2002' has been successfully hold in Villach, Austria from 25 to 27 September 2002. This year 106 participants from 19 European countries including 49 authors contributed to the success of the workshop. The ICL workshops are designed as interdisciplinary workshops that aim to focus on the exchange of relevant trends, up-to-date research results and practical experiences presentations and testing elements of interactive computer aided learning.

ICl 2002 was organised by the Carinthia Tech Institute, School of Electronics in accordance with partners from all over Europe and is particularly supported by the:
 


The workshop was assessed by the participants as workshop of 'high standard', providing a "great number of constructive discussions" in a "very agreeable work atmosphere".

The high number of contributors as well as participants shows the great interest in this topic.

The ICL (http://www.icl-workshop.org) will again be organized at the end of September 2003.

The following papers will give a short insight into some of this year's topics.

 

Brasov, Romania, 2002                                                                Prof. Doru URSUTIU
 

 

Tags

e-learning, distance learning, distance education, online learning, higher education, DE, blended learning, ICT, information and communication technology, internet, collaborative learning, learning management system, MOOC, interaction, LMS,

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