Martina Holenko Dlab

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The development of Web 2.0 and social software applications was not initially aimed for education, but its influence in this field, especially in e-learning, is recently recognized as positive. New approach to e-learning inspired by these technologies is called e-learning 2.0. It emphasizes social learning using different tools available on the web rather(More)
This paper presents research on implementing educational recommendation strategy, designed to provide personalization during moderated e-courses. Aimed at increasing students' academic results, the strategy includes recommendations that support students and groups while selecting between offered optional e-tivities, collaborators and Web 2.0 tools. In(More)
The paper identifies possibilities of using Web 2.0 tools and ELARS (E-learning Activities Recommender System) in e-learning. Changes that are present in e-learning due to influence of Web 2.0 incited an approach of combining an LMS with Web 2.0 tools and educational recommender system. Some preliminary results of the research project "E-learning(More)
This paper presents the results of a comparative research of paper-based testing versus online testing using MudRi. included 1231 tests. In observed courses, online tests have largely replaced traditional paper-based tests in the last few years. Therefore, the aim of this research was to determine whether the online testing results differ from the results(More)
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