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—Our aim is to propose a collaborative methodological approach centred on learners and based on the Web 2.0 tools in order to make E-learning 2.0. It is based on a process consisting of four iterative steps which are: grouping, collaborating, validating and publishing content. In this context, learners will be the creators of the content of assigned courses(More)
—Web 2.0 is a revolution that has affected all areas, especially those of the new technology. Several new concepts have emerged, and a large number of innovative applications continue to come out every day. However, the social networking remains the racehorse of web 2.0, giving the user at the same time, a space for communication and for information(More)
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