Knowledge sharing via Web 2.0 for diverse student groups in distance learning
|Knowledge sharing via Web 2.0 for diverse student groups in distance learning|
|Author(s)||Voychenko O., Synytsya K.|
|Published in||2011 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference, EDUCON 2011|
|Keyword(s)||learning strategy, life-long learning, Web 2.0 (Extra: Communication skills, Knowledge-sharing, Learning efficiency, Learning environments, Learning strategy, Life long learning, Master course, MediaWiki, Professional experiences, Student groups, Web 2.0, Distance education, Engineering education, Knowledge management, Technical presentations, User interfaces, World Wide Web, Students)|
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Knowledge sharing via Web 2.0 for diverse student groups in distance learning is a 2011 conference paper written in English by Voychenko O., Synytsya K. and published in 2011 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference, EDUCON 2011.
A learning environment based on the integration of the LMS and MediaWiki components is suggested to support knowledge sharing among generations of master course students. A case study demonstrates significant raise of motivation and learning efficiency of students with sufficient professional experience as well as communication skills enhancement for all students.
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