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  author={Mohamed Ally},
  • M. Ally
  • Published 2004
  • Computer Science
Foundations of Educational Theory for Online Learning di Mohamed Ally costituisce la parte introduttiva di Theory and practice of online learning, una guida curata da Terry Anderson e Fathi Elloumi e pubblicata online dalla Athabasca University (http://cde.athabascau. ca/online_book/). Il testo rappresenta un significativo passo avanti nella riflessione sul mondo della formazione Open e sulle difficolta e potenzialita che le nuove tecnologie per la comunicazione e l’informazione offrono alla… 

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