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A Tutorial Task and Tertiary Courseware Model for Collaborative Learning Communities

Julian Newman, Helen Lowe, Steve Neely, Xiaofeng Gong, David Eyers, Jean Bacon
RAED provides a computerised infrastructure to support the development and administration of Vicarious Learning in collaborative learning communities spread across multiple universities and workplaces.  ...  This paper describes the origins of the model and the approach to implementation and outlines some of its benefits to collaborative teachers and learners.  ...  with the situation in existing Managed Learning Environments, and in the ready handling of exceptions.  ... 

Selecting a security architecture for a new model of distributed tutorial support

Xiaofeng Gong, J. Newman
Proceedings. Eleventh IEEE International Workshops on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises  
This drives the research interest in more flexible and efficient access control approaches, in particular role-based access control.  ...  We take a specific application area, distributed collaborative tutoring as pioneered in the MANTCHI project, and show the merits of the RBAC architecture for meeting its security requirements.  ...  System Analysis and Design Analysis Our distributed tutorial system architecture is based on a virtual university or a remote provision of workplace learning where support for collaborative learning  ... 
doi:10.1109/enabl.2002.1029994 dblp:conf/wetice/GongN02 fatcat:mltjsgcn2fbefgaf2mtajy2ppe

Combining Traditional And Virtual Teaching Techniques In Cross-Border Higher Education

Satu Alaoutinen, Jan Voracek
2003 unpublished
Against a background of the latest trends in international virtual education, we propose a realistic solution for equal collaboration between two different systems.  ...  It is clear that there is much work to be done in developing a new e-Learning world and that we have only just begun to have a glimpse of the new and exciting ways in which learning will eventually be  ...  The authors believe that unlike technology artefacts individuals speak to each other and construct themselves in language, which is continually changing (Krippendorff, 1996) .  ...