ICT and Effective Learning
A lot of experiences have proved that multimedia and telematics offer new learning opportunities; methodologies for their use in education and training have been developed and tested with very interesting results in different contexts, from primary schools to university and post graduated training. But, even though the advantages of hypermedia and telematics for learning are acknowledged there is a need to bridge the gap between research and the concrete practice of educational technology. The aim of this paper is to analyse the factors making effective the use of ICT in concrete educational contexts.
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