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JACIII Vol.10 No.4 pp. 504-509
doi: 10.20965/jaciii.2006.p0504
(2006)

Paper:

Implementation of Course Model Driven Virtual Classroom in Higher Education

József Gáti, and Gyula Kártyás

Budapest Tech Polytechnical Institution, Bécsi út 96/B, H-1034 Budapest, Hungary

Received:
September 11, 2005
Accepted:
December 28, 2005
Published:
July 20, 2006
Keywords:
virtual classroom, distance education, Internet-based higher education
Abstract

Advances in information technology stimulate development of applications to enhance Internet-based higher education. Reviewing a virtual classroom model, we studied the possibilities and problems of introducing model-based distance learning in everyday higher education. We survey important issues and methodological elements of virtual classrooms in relation to demands of teaching procedures, programs, and materials. Our main objective is to determine specific circumstances enabling objects to be defined for this special modeling. We begin by introducing application of features in models for virtual teaching, then discuss issues in local and global education, focusing on the advantages of virtual education. We detail application-related features of the cited course model and discuss the implementation of virtual classrooms in higher education.

Cite this article as:
József Gáti and Gyula Kártyás, “Implementation of Course Model Driven Virtual Classroom in Higher Education,” J. Adv. Comput. Intell. Intell. Inform., Vol.10, No.4, pp. 504-509, 2006.
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