Real-time interactive social environments: a review of BT's Generic Learning Platform

Article English OPEN
Gardner, Michael ; Ward, Holly (2011)

Online learning in particular and lifelong learning in general require a learning platform that makes sense both pedagogically and commercially. This paper sets out to describe what we mean by generic, learning and platform. The technical requirements are described, and various trials that test the technical, educational and commercial nature of the platform are described Finally, the future developments planned for the Real‐time Interactive Social Environments (RISE) are discussed
  • References (2)

    Mudhar, P. and Fowler, C. J. H. (1999), 'The advanced learning environment (ALE) demonstrator: from theory to design', Computer Aided Learning (CAL) '99 Abstract Book, 49.

    Tracey, K. (June 1999), 'UHI evaluation report', BT Internal Report, © Telecommunications Plc.

  • Metrics
    No metrics available
Share - Bookmark