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E-learning, B-learning, M-learning and the technical and pedagogical aspects on the new platform trends as massive open online courses
da Silva, Viviane and de Souza, Ranniery

PublishedNovember 2016
PeriodicalPages 5521-5529
PublisherIATED
CountrySpain

ABSTRACT
This article is based on the doctoral research conducted at the University of Minho in Education with specialization in Educational Technology, the research presents the technical and pedagogical aspects of e-learning, b-learning, m-learning and the new trend for new platforms as MOOCs. The terminology of the word e-learning is firstly discussed, as well as its respective definitions and concepts. The main cornerstones in the development of e-learning as a teaching method are presented, which are then extended to the areas of b-learning and m-learning. We describe the historical aspects and the generations which arose from Distance Education. Furthermore, the technical and pedagogical approaches to e-learning are related. A table is subsequently presented, displaying the advantages and challenges of the e-learning practice. Finally, the e-learning system is analysed, together with new platform trends, namely the Massive Open Online Courses.

Keywords b-learning · e-learning · m-learning · MOOC

Published atSeville
ISBN978-84-617-5895-1
ISSN2340-1095
RefereedYes
DOI10.21125/iceri.2016.0239
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