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Title Details:
Education in the Information Society
Authors: Paraskevas, Michail
Reviewer: Syrmakesis, Spyros
Subject: ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY > TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING > TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY > INTERNET AND APPLICATIONS
ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY > TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING > TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY > WEB TECHNOLOGIES
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > EDUCATION BY FORM > OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > EDUCATION BY FORM > OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING > E-LEARNING
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > TEACHING ADULTS > ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMMES
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > TEACHING ADULTS > IN-SERVICE TRAINING
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY > COMPUTER ASSISTED EDUCATION
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY > EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY > INTELLIGENT CLASSROOM
Keywords:
Information Society
Internet
E-learning
Digital Divide
Informational Literacy
Digital Literacy
Blended Learning
Learning Management Systems
Massive Open Online Courses
MOOCs
Cooperative Web
E-learning 2.0
Blogs
Social Networking
Educational Networks
Greek School Network
Description:
Abstract:
This chapter discusses the use of Internet services for the purposes of education.

It consists of the following items:

• Digital divide and informational literacy
• E-learning and models of e-learning
• The blended learning
• The pedagogical use of internet services
• The technological background of e-learning and the requirements of a modern Learning Management System (LMS)
• The popular Learning Management Systems (LMS) Open Source
• The Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
• participatory web services to education (blogs, multimedia partition, Wikis, social networking, etc.)
• The benefits and risks of social networking
• International experience from the use of social networks in education and for the safe use of social networks in schools
• Educational networks, international manufacturing experience education networks and school education networking models
• The Greek School Network
• The global market for e-learning
• The development of ICT in education, in Greece and internationally
Table of Contents:
6.1 Digital divide and informational literacy
6.2 E-learning
6.3 Models eLearning
6.3.1 Asynchronous individual training online
6.3.2 Asynchronous electronic performance support online
6.3.3 Asynchronous Virtual Classroom
6.3.4 Synchronous Virtual Classroom
6.4 Combinatorial learning
6.5 Pedagogical use of internet services
6.6 The distance learning online
6.7 The technological background of e-learning
6.7.1 Specifications Learning Management System
6.7.2 Popular Open Source Learning Management Systems
6.7.2.1 Claroline
6.7.2.2 Open eClass
6.7.2.3 .LRN
6.7.2.4 ILIAS
6.7.2.5 Sakai
6.7.2.6 ATutor
6.7.2.7 Moodle
6.8 Massively Open Online Courses
Participatory web 6.9 services to education
6.9.1 Blogs
6.9.1.1 Use as a bulletin board blog
6.9.1.2 Use blog posting directives
6.9.1.3 Use a blog discussion forum and dialogue
6.9.1.4 Use blog as a collaboration space
6.9.1.5 Use blog to publish works
6.9.2 Partitioning multimedia
6.9.3 Wikis
6.9.4 Social Networking Services
6.9.4.1 Social Networking Benefits
6.9.4.2 Social Networking Dangers
6.9.4.3 International experience in the use of social networks in education
6.9.4.4 Rules for safe use of social networks in schools
6.10 Educational networks
6.10.1 International manufacturing experience education networks
6.10.2 Networking Models schooling
6.10.3 The Greek Schools Network
6.10.3.1 Brief history
6.10.3.2 Infrastructure GSN
6.10.3.3 Main services GSN
6.11 The international market of e-learning
6.12 Development of ICT in education, in Greece and internationally
6.13 References and Bibliography
6.13.1 References
6.13.2 Bibliography
6.14 Evaluation criteria
Linguistic Editors: Xifara, Foteini
Technical Editors: Tsemperlidou, Melpomeni
Graphic Editors: Stasinou, Stavroula
Type: Chapter
Creation Date: 2015
Item Details:
License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/gr
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/11419/411
Bibliographic Reference: Paraskevas, M. (2015). Education in the Information Society [Chapter]. In Paraskevas, M., Asimakopoulos, G., & Triantafyllou, V. 2015. Information Society [Undergraduate textbook]. Kallipos, Open Academic Editions. https://hdl.handle.net/11419/411
Language: Greek
Consists of: 1. Education in the Information Society: Full text questions
2. Education in the Information Society: Multiple choice questions
3. Popular open source Learning Management Systems
Is Part of: Information Society
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Version: Version 1.0
Publication Origin: Kallipos, Open Academic Editions