Mondes virtuels et enseignement à distance : de nouvelles perspectives ?

Abstract : E-learning is now common in graduate education. Despite the fact new technologies are more and more sophisticated, one of the major problem related to those pedagogical approaches is still the distance between actors. We guess that the number of powerful creative computer mediated communication systems like “3D virtual worlds” offer new perspectives regarding social interactions. We illustrate this by an analysis of students groups along internalization process using “Second Life” world.
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Philippe Bonfils, Philippe Dumas. Mondes virtuels et enseignement à distance : de nouvelles perspectives ?. TiceMed 2007, Jun 2006, France. pp.1-13. ⟨sic_00260340⟩

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