Xavier Bohigas

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In this paper, the authors analyse how educational institutions behave in relation with the contents available through the Web. They also reflect on the features of the currently available information managers, from an educational point of view. They found there is a lack of tools for information management at low scale when it has to be used as a resource(More)
Over the last few years, the majority of higher education institutions have been incorporating web-based environments to support their academic activities. These environments, along with the possibility of publishing content files, managing them and using a course agenda, often incorporate computer supported communication tools, such as forums, chat rooms,(More)
Introduction An emerging field of research is the formulation of criteria that enable the users of online materials to evaluate the quality of web pages in general and online educational web accessible environments in particular. The criteria very often refer to the quality of the content (see bibliography, 2004 and Cornell, 2004) or the usability of the(More)
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