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Title: Learning knowledge management concepts via the use of a scenario building tool on an e-learning platform
Authors: Liew, Teresa Bao Yng
Tsui, Eric
Fong, Sik-wah Patrick
Lau, Sau-mui Adela
Subjects: E-learning
Knowledge management
Scenario building tool
Authoring tool
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: 2nd International Conference on Hybrid Learning : ICHL 2009, Macau, China, August 25-27, 2009.
Abstract: As e-learning or blended learning is more and more popular these days, but with the lack of certain tools, most of the e-learning objects are just simple PowerPoint files, PDF files, Word documents, HTML files or simple Flash files uploaded to a Learning Management System. On many occasions, instructors cannot devote sufficient energy nor time to develop more interesting flash or animations for their subjects. In this paper, we proposed a scenario building and execution tool that supports the learning and application of knowledge harnessing and sharing techniques for knowledge management subjects. This system takes a Web 2.0 approach which ultimately not only instructors but learners can also contribute to scenario building and executions.
Description: The conference was organized by the University of Macau, and School of Continuing and Professional Studies of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The presentation was given on 26 Aug 2009.
Type: Presentation
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/1449
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