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 the results of a comparative research of paper-based testing versus online testing using MudRi. The research was conducted on three courses at the Department of Informatics, University of Rijeka, and included 1231 tests. In observed courses, online tests have largely replaced traditional paper-based tests in the last few years.(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 describes a collaborative learning process using Web 2.0 tools and ELARS (E-learning Activities Recommender System). The Web 2.0 approach stimulated the development of our own e-learning models that can be applied to different types of e-courses. Within the research project “E-learning Recommender System” a didactic model of using(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)
This paper presents the results of a research on implementation of online tests in e-course and the effort of their improvement in order to design the basis for formative and summative students' assessment. The research was conducted on Information Systems course at the Department of Informatics, University of Rijeka, and it included 335 students. After the(More)
Progress in the development of information and communication technology and its wide availability offers many new possibilities to teachers designing e-courses. Besides blending face-to-face with online learning, trends in design assume blending various technologies (tools) as well as individual with collaborative learning. This paper presents changes in(More)