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Publikācija: Promotion of e-Learning Solutions via Information Technology Transfer Concept and Baltic Regional Network

Publication Type Full-text conference paper published in other conference proceedings
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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language Promotion of e-Learning Solutions via Information Technology Transfer Concept and Baltic Regional Network
Field of research 1. Natural sciences
Sub-field of research 1.2 Computer and information sciences
Authors Leonīds Novickis
Antanas Mitasiunas
Tatjana Rikure
Aleksejs Jurenoks
Keywords Baltic Sea Region Bonita project, Showroom, Transregional Network, Capability Maturity Model, Innovation & Technology Transfer Concept, Human-Computer-Interaction, e-learning solutions
Abstract This paper describes the ongoing research of the creation of a distributed multi-organisational showrooms-network environment for the purpose of technology & innovation transfer improvement in Baltic Sea Region (BSR) countries. Riga Technical University and Vilnius University as partners of BSR Interreg Programme project BONITA (Baltic Organisation and Network of Innovation Transfer Associations) participates in a research which aims to develop a generic information technology transfer concept (ITTC) to improve the collaboration between academia and industry. Particular attention in the paper is paid to the successful proven concept of small and specialized exhibitions (so called “showrooms”) run by technology suppliers and technology transfer facilitators and learner psychophysiological model based adaptive tutoring systems.
Reference Novickis, L., Mitasiunas, A., Rikure, T., Jurenoks, A. Promotion of e-Learning Solutions via Information Technology Transfer Concept and Baltic Regional Network. In: Proceedings of Annual International Conference "Virtual and Augmented Reality in Education" (VARE 2011), Latvia, Valmiera, 18-18 March, 2011. Valmiera: Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences, 2011, pp.71-80. ISBN 978-9984-633-18-3.
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