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Attwell Graham (2010). « The Future Learning Environments ». In IATEL 2009. Interdisciplinary approaches to technology-enhanced learning Conference, Darmstadt, 19—20 juin 2010. En ligne : < ... ments-by-Graham-Attwell>. 
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Resource type: Proceedings Article
BibTeX citation key: Attwell
Categories: Enseignement supérieur
Creators: Attwell
Publisher: (Darmstadt)
Collection: IATEL 2009. Interdisciplinary approaches to technology-enhanced learning Conference
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Considerable effort and finance has been expended on developing and implementing informationand communication technologies in education. Despite this, there remains an issue as to theeffectiveness and attractiveness of Technology Enhanced Learning {(TEL).} Although the history of {TEL}, or e-learning, can be seen as having progressed through a series of different stages - at least intechnology terms - it can be argued that it has been dominated by the aim of managing {learning.Learning} Management Systems and Virtual Learning Environments have sought both to manageadministrative and business processes associated with education and to model existing learningenvironments through online applications. Despite the far ranging changes in the economy, in production and in social life through the widespread adoption of digital technologies, educationalinstitutions and curricula remain remarkably unaffected.
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