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The Spatial and Temporal Properties of eLearning: an Exploratory Study Regarding the Students’ Perspective

Published Online: 04 May 2020
Volume & Issue: Volume 3 (2019) - Issue 1 (October 2019)
Page range: 369 - 376
Conference Details
License
Format
Conference
eISSN
2391-8160
First Published
15 Aug 2014
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1 time per year
Languages
English
Abstract

The paper aims to analyze and comment the current eLearning environments considering the space and time characteristics in order to better understanding of certain antecedents’ factors for eLearning system acceptance and effective use by students. The current paper illustrated the eLearning platforms – from the differences between online and traditional face to face learning to the spatial thinking and learning process – using as a case study the minds of students from a technical University of Romania.

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