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Nachhilfe: Nachhilfe - Alle Links zum Thema Bildung, Ausbildung und Weiterbildung übersichtlich sortiert und katalogisiert.http://suchmaschine.com/suchen/bildung/nachhilfe.html
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http://www.nachhilfesperlich.de/
NADS & DAAD: http://www.berg.de/nads/nads.asp
http://eu.daad.de/eu/sokrates/aktuelles/05702.html
http://www.bildungsserver.de/zeigen.html?seite=362
Netzwerke: http://www.shamrock.de/dfu/index.htm?dfu1.htm
Begriffe:
Peer-to-Peer oder Server?;
Topologien: Bus, Stern, Ring;
Bus-Topologie;
Stern-Topologie;
Ring-Topologie;
Drahtlose Netze;
DECT;
Bluetooth;
Netzwerk-Protokolle;
NetBeui: Für kleine Netze;
IPX/SPX von Novell;
TCP/IP;
Das Domain Name System (DNS) und die HOSTS-Datei;
Das Transmission Control Protocol (TCP);
Das Windows-DFÜ-Netz;
Die NetBIOS-Schnittstelle;
Hub, Router, Proxy, Firewall;
Proxy;
Firewall;

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ODL Mathematik: ODL: Online Distance Learning:
http://www.mathe.vwv.at/odl/einfuehrung.html
Inhalt von
http://www.odlexpert.net/getstart/

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 – ODL: what, why and for whom?

  1. Open and Distance Learning
  2. Moving beyond the introduction
  3. Bibliography

Chapter 2 – How to get started in ODL

  1. The pedagogical platform
  2. Differences between Traditional and Open and Distance Learning
  3. Information objects and learning objects – modularity at a new level
  4. SCORM
  5. Modules
  6. How to get started
  7. ODL – for whom
  8. Setting objectives
  9. Design of work packages
  10. The tradition of work packages
  11. Creating work packages
  12. Presentation if content
  13. Text presentation
  14. Visual Aids
  15. Hands-on approaches
  16. Feedback
  17. Content suitable for ODL
  18. Choosing an approach: traditional distance learning or blended learning
  19. Summary
  20. Bibliography

Chapter 3 – The ODL Kitchen

  1. Introduction
  2. Form follows experience
  3. The ODL experience
  4. What to look for in a good learning experience
  5. The management perspective: 5+1 C’s
  6. The ODL Kitchen
  7. The final choice

Chapter 4 – Pedagogical issues in ODL

  1. Introduction
  2. Distance Learners - The context
  3. Instructional Approaches
  4. Pedagogical environments
  5. Pedagogical models
  6. The teacher’s role
  7. Pedagogical Tips for successful ODL programmes
  8. Bibliography

Chapter 5 – Teaching: Didactic issues in ODL

  1. Introduction
  2. Didactic competencies
  3. Didactic Theory
    1. Initial circumstances of the learner
    2. Frameworks
    3. Goals
    4. Content / Material
    5. Working processes and methods
    6. Assessment
  4. Conclusion – How to help students be successful
  5. Bibliography

Chapter 6 – Learning in ODL

  1. Introduction
  2. What skills does the learner need in order to become an online learner?
  3. Learning
  4. Learning processes
  5. Learning styles based on perception and information
  6. Bibliography

Chapter 7 – Marketing of ODL

  1. Introduction
  2. Preparatory Phase
    1. Target Groups
    2. Resources for ODL Courses
    3. Benchmarking
  3. Implementation Phase
    1. Putting the case in favour of ODL
    2. Marketing during Education
  4. Evaluation phase
  5. Conclusion

Chapter 8 – Quality in ODL

  1. Introduction
  2. Quality definitions and terminology
  3. Standards and regulations – ISO 9000:2000
  4. Scope of the introduction of a quality system
  5. Quality criteria
  6. Overview of quality systems dedicated to ODL
  7. Benefits of implementing a Quality System
  8. Accreditation
  9. Case studies
  10. Conclusion
  11. Bibliography
Chapter 9 – Conclusion
Online Dictonaries: http://www.vermessungsseiten.de/englisch/
Ontologie Semantik: Quellen: http://www.cyc.com/cyc/technology/whatiscyc_dir/whatdoescycknow
http://www.opencyc.org/
Openoffice Demos: http://www.informatikserver.at/ooo/base/index.html
XML Beschreibung
http://www.w3schools.com/schema/default.asp
FAQ TU-Chemnitz
http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/urz/anwendungen/office/oofaq.html
Openoffice Products: http://www.openoffice.org/product/math.html
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Palm: Einen Palm Emulator findet man hier:
http://www.pdaforum.de/emulator/
PDA, Handy oder Smartphone: oder Wann ist ein PDA ein PDA?
Quelle: http://www.golem.de/0605/45210-2.html


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