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VTN's Ole is a Web-based learning environment with more than 400,000 subscribed users across world-class client organizations including DirecTV and Rockwell Collins.
In this blended model, the study articulates how direct and indirect instruction, experiential learning, independent study, interactive instruction, teaching, and learning strategies were integrated in a Web-based learning environment (Bellefeuille, 2006).
ODYSSEYWARE, A WEB-BASED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT THAT OFFERS media-rich core curricula and electives for grades 3-12, is widening its capabilities to allow teachers and educators to create their own course content.
WEB-BASED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Finally, the market dynamics surrounding Web-based training services must be considered in developing a profitable training enterprise.
Second, groups of learners may have problems constructing shared knowledge in the web-based learning environment.
Table 1 shows examples of how each class of web-based pedagogical tools can be used in a web-based learning environment to support the processes of self-regulation previously discussed.
About VCampus VCampus Corporation (Nasdaq: VCMP) is a leading e-Learning Application Service Provider (ASP) that develops, manages and hosts turn-key, web-based learning environments for corporations, academic institutions and government agencies enabling them to offer global distance learning solutions to their customers, employees and students.
School Pioneers New Approach to Medical Education, Providing Access to Cutting-Edge, Web-Based Learning Environments NEW YORK -- First-year students at NYU School of Medicine were introduced to a pioneering online 3D interactive virtual human body called the BioDigital Human(TM).