From e-Learning Towards u-Learning: ICT-Enabled Ubiquitous Learning and Training

G. Graschew, T.A. Roelofs, S. Rakowsky, and P.M. Schlag (Germany)


Distance Education, Distance Training, Ubiquitous Learning (ulearning), Realtime Interactivity, Collaborative Systems, Virtual Medical University, Telemedicine.


As the amount of available knowledge increases at a stunning pace and concomitantly its “half-life” shortens dramatically, lifelong learning becomes inevitable for most people. Global networks and the use of computers for educational purposes stimulate and support the development of virtual universities for e-learning. Especially real-time interactive applications can play an important role in tailored and personalised services. However, it takes more than just technology to move from pure e-learning towards the full expansion of ubiquitous access to educational services, anytime and anywhere (u learning).

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