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Special Aspects of Teaching in Virtual Learning Environments

  • Andrea Tick
Part of the Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics book series (TIEI, volume 2)

Abstract

In the Information Society in the 21st century the ever evolving information technological innovations and challenges force education to introduce these innovations in the teaching and learning processes. Students expect stimuli and challenges and are not satisfied any more with the traditional and conventional ways of learning.  Thus the launch and spreading of 3D virtual learning environments is a must in public and higher education as well and will expectedly boom in the next decade. This paper outlines the special aspects to be considered when developing and introducing virtual learning environments considering both the student and the teacher sides.

Keywords

Virtual Environment Lifelong Learning Learn Management System Blend Learn Virtual Learning Environment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of International Business and ManagementBudapest Business SchoolBudapestHungary

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