Developing ICT based Learningware for Physics
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In: A.J. Kallenberg and M.J.J.M. van de Ven (Eds), 2002, The New Educational Benefits of ICT in Higher Education: Proceedings. Rotterdam: Erasmus Plus BV, OECR<br> ISBN 90-9016127-9
As part of an ongoing investigation into digital learning environments and into organizing higher education for the knowledge society, a learning environment has been developed. The learningware has been specifically implemented for an introductory Quantum Physics course in a traditional large university classroom setting. It is however conceived as a generic instrument, suitable for all science courses. The WEB component of the learningware, called “Phys4All” (http://physics.rug.ac.be/Fysica), has been designed using generally available software, thus creating an inexpensive generic tool. A flexible database structure allows for easy adaptation to specific needs of both instructors and students. As instructors can upload the appropriate materials for each specific student group, or can select different learning paths as required, the technology is disconnected from the learning environment.
- phys 4all
- quantum physics course
- web site