Virginie Zampa

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In the first part of this article, we explore the background of computer-assisted learning from its beginnings in the early XIX th century and the first teaching machines, founded on theories of learning, at the start of the XX th century. With the arrival of the computer, it became possible to offer language learners different types of language activities(More)
—In a lifelong learning context, learners have to perform a lot of writing-based activities, like document analysis, that are seldom assessed by teachers or tutors because this assessment is time-consuming. We introduce a service, Pensum, integrated in a PLE that helps students to understand a course content through writing a synthesis, as well as teachers(More)
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