August 26, 2014

Distinction for a Net Media Lab study which included in USA National Academy of Education policy framework

Our paper:
Drigas, A., and Vrettaros, J., “An intelligent tool for building e-learning content-material using natural language in digital libraries”,
was included last year (2013) in:
USA National Academy of Education, http://www.naeducation.org Background Study, prepared by Columbia University, under the title «Αdaptive Educational Technologies and Educational Research: Opportunities, Analyses, and Infrastructure Needs». 2013. Suppored by Pearson Foundation.
The paper was also included in 2006 in another study of an independent research body:
Gary Woodill, Ed.D., Brandon Hall Independent Research Centre, Emerging E-Learning Technologies: Tools for Developing Innovative Online Training. Dr. Woodill’s second report in the Emerging e-Learning Series, “Emerging E-Learning Technologies: Tools for Developing Innovative Online Training,” covers 52 categories of new and innovative e-learning tools and Web resources that can be used to expand the possibilities for producing highly engaging online learning content. 10-2006.

Adaptive Educational Technologies and Educational Research: Opportunities, Analyses, and Infrastructure Needs [pdf]http://www.naeducation.org/cs/groups/naedsite/documents/webpage/naed_081266.pdf

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