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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
With the advent of the Web 2.0 technologies, web-based learning is shifting to new learning community driven requirements. While the success of web-based learning (still) requires a careful selection of appropriate communication/collaboration tools, the underlying software methodology is shifting from (passive) content consumption towards (active) content creation. Even more, the professionals' socio-cultural background influences the attitude towards the collaberatively created learningdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-78139-4_15 dblp:conf/icwl/SpaniolKC07 fatcat:tbl3uemidngwli52jh3mlqhe2i