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What does VLE stand for?

VLE stands for Virtual Learning Environment (system for development of online education materials)


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  • Information technology (IT) and computers
  • Business, finance, etc.

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Among the topics are learner engagement in the use of individual and collaborative serious games, using virtual worlds to develop teacher candidate skills, engaging in an online video simulation in educational leadership, active learning in a robotics laboratory with university students, and utilizing the virtual learning environment to encourage facility reflection and improve the student learning experience.
com/prnh/20110816/FL53184LOGO) "As education transitions from traditional classrooms to virtual learning environments, it is imperative for teachers to learn new skills, and become adept in the use of new technologies and associated pedagogy if they are to effectively engage today's students," said Dr.
Northumberland County Council has won the regional organisation of the year award from National Learning Live in recognition of its achievement in implementing a full virtual learning environment for its staff.
Some specific areas discussed include a 3D virtual learning environment for engineering students, mobile learning in web-based instruction, designing animated simulations for education in electrical engineering, and the use of living systems to teach basic engineering concepts.
In collaboration with community college faculty across the country, Carnegie Mellon will blend the best of learning science and technology to create, evaluate and improve virtual learning environments.
They benefit from a virtual learning environment where they have a connection to the internet at home via a laptop, computer or personal hand-held device.
They benefit from a virtual learning environment where they have a connection to the internet at home via a laptop, computer or personal hand-held device.
Creating a study course in a virtual learning environment and even enrolling as students on online courses, has enabled staff to identify a number of new possibilities and it is already apparent that many aspects of the undergraduate BMus course could be delivered appropriately online.