Marcel De Croock

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The introduction of elearning often leads to an increase in the time staff spends on tutoring. To alleviate the workload of staff tutors, we developed a model for organizing and supporting learner related interactions in elearning systems. It makes use of the knowledge and experience of peers and builds on the assumption that (lifelong) learners, when(More)
A Learning Network is an ensemble of individual users, institutions and learning resources which are mutually connected through and supported by information and communication technologies. Learning Networks are particularly attractive to self-directed learners, who themselves decide on their learning programme as well as on the timing, pace and place of(More)
A Learning Network is an ensemble of individual users, institutions and learning resources which are mutually connected through and supported by information and communication technologies. Learning Networks are particularly attractive to self-directed learners, who themselves decide on their learning program as well as on the timing, pace and place of their(More)
Imagine a haphazard group of people with an interest in educating themselves about a particular subject, say, global warming. They do not know each other, are not university students, nor organised as a group in any other way. They merely share the same desire to become more knowledgeable about global warming. Let's also assume that, within bounds, they are(More)
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