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Rich media e-compendiums: a new tool for enhanced learning in higher education

Posted on 27 Aug 2013 with 0 comments
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Electronically supported learning has increasingly been introduced and accepted into the academic community over recent decades, and a variety of new digital learning tools have been developed to serve students both for distance education and on-campus blended learning. To serve distance education nursing students, the University of Stavanger developed unique rich media e-compendiums, based on a combination of PDF and Flash technologies, as a substitute for on-campus lectures.


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