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|Title:||Smart teaching technologies used in blended e-learning course mathematics||Authors:||SCHREURS, Jeanne||Issue Date:||2013||Publisher:||IATED||Source:||Chova, L.G.; Martinez, A.L.; Torres, I.C. (Ed.). ICERI2013 Proceedings, IATED,p. 2470-2479||Abstract:||A literature study about changes in learning models and learning environment is reported and relevant best practices were described in the first part of the paper. An e-tutor solution for the course mathematics of first year bachelor business economic sciences in Hasselt University has been developed, based on these concepts. LAB lecture capturing has been used for the development of presentation video's. Attractive visual presentations of the theoretical modules are focusing on the concepts, the exercises and applications in business context. These life lecture presentations/simulations of the face-to-face lectures are developed using the software Lecturescribe (Clemson University). Spoken explanations and handwritten input on a Wacom display are integrated and published as a flash file. A system supporting the process of stepwise solving exercises has been developed to support students when solving exercises in the module self-study exercises.||Notes:||[Schreurs, J.] Hasselt Univ, Diepenbeek, Belgium.||Keywords:||smart teaching technology; blended e-learning; course mathematics;Smart teaching technology; blended e-learning; course mathematics||Document URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/1942/22490||ISBN:||9788461638475||ISI #:||000347240602076||Category:||C1||Type:||Proceedings Paper||Validations:||ecoom 2017|
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