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Publikācija: E-Learning Environment for Sustainability in Educational Action Research

Publication Type Full-text conference paper published in other conference proceedings
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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language E-Learning Environment for Sustainability in Educational Action Research
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.2 Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Information and communication engineering
Authors Jānis Kapenieks
Keywords e-learning, action research, learning environment, user’s interface, collaborative learning
Abstract Article analyses results of the research obtained using new method of the creation and acquisition of knowledge - educational action research in the e-learning group. The method was implemented in Business planning course for the bachelor level students at The Riga Technical University. The article proposes basic principles for enhancing comfort ability and motivation of the e-learning environment, its user’s interface. Adequate technological solutions are proposed as well. The principles are formulated in accordance with users’ learning preferences. Some of the most important solutions, providing user friendly interaction with computer are proposed in the article. User friendly working environment for e-learning consultant is proposed. It releases his/her intellectual resources for better collaboration with learners – analysis of discussions, corrections and motivation.
Hyperlink: http://www.ise-lv.eu/ufiles/1331669794TSI_konferencija_2011.pdf#page=297 
Reference Kapenieks, J. E-Learning Environment for Sustainability in Educational Action Research. In: 9th International JTEFS/BBCC Conference "Sustainable Development. Culture. Education" : BBCC Mission - Reorientation of Teacher Education and Research in Education for Sustainable Development: Conference Proceedings, Lithuania, Šiauliai, 18-21 May, 2011. Šiauliai: Šiauliai University, 2011, pp.297-319. ISBN 978-609-430-077-6.
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