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Development of a distance-learning environment, using database driven dynamic web pages. Application for digital audio internet courses
The current work focuses on the development of a web-based user-friendly environment, for the design and management of distance learning courses. Its objective is to promote the simple web service to a dynamically refashioning, multimedia enabled tool in the hands of the tutor, offering advanced learning facilities to the trainees. Based on the core of previous work and the incorporation of contemporary technologies, such as a database server and a web portal application server, a system capable to manage numerous users and courses, to accommodate many new services and to provide new means of communication has been brought up. The system is currently being evaluated through a digital audio distance-learning course that is offered via the Internet to the students of our department.
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