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Learning management system: evolving from silos to structures

Francisco J. García-Peñalvo, Marc Alier Forment
2014 Interactive Learning Environments  
This evolution is always related to context and sometimes is influenced by technological, pedagogical or sociological trends.  ...  One of the most common tools used in eLearning is the Learning Management System (LMS); 100% of Universities have at least one LMS and 79.5% of large companies use these systems in their eLearning initiatives  ...  TIN2010-21695-C02) and also by the Regional Council of Education of Junta de Castilla y León through the projects GR47 and MPLE (ref. SA294A12-2).  ... 
doi:10.1080/10494820.2014.884790 fatcat:2aemvizy5fhwfpjbrm2yaen53i

Aalborg Universitet Research on Web 2.0 Usage for Knowledge Management Processes

Albert Gyamfi
unpublished
On the web 2.0 platform dialoguing is facilitated among users through the use of technologies such as e-mail, Instant Messaging (IM), tagging, VoIP and voice/video-conferencing and may occur through spoken  ...  Nasr & Ariffin (2008) are of the view that Sharing knowledge on social web yield better outcome than on corporate social media platforms in the sense that they provide more informal means of knowledge  ...  web 2.0 applications (Skype, Facebook, Wikis, YouTube) enable researchers and extension agents to assemble internal and external data by using published literature, computer simulation and forecasting  ... 
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KIND GIRLS, EVIL SISTERS, AND WISE WOMEN: CODED GENDER DISCOURSE IN LITERARY FAIRY TALES BY GERMAN WOMEN IN THE 19 TH CENTURY

Julie Koehler, Julie Dissertation
2016 unpublished
Her mother Sylvia does not take kindly to her fancy, however, and replies "Schweig still . . . du weißt daß ich es nicht leiden kann, wenn man so im Tag hinein schwatzt, um Dummheiten zu sagen, die gar  ...  ends and Magdalene is enveloped in spider webs.  ... 
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