Oleksandra Mladenova


Aver la possibilità di creare pubblicare e facilmente contenuti digitali è la chiave per il Web 2.0. Tuttavia, il contenuto digitale deve avere determinate caratteristiche per essere veramente Web 2.0. Ci sono probabilmente di più, ma le cinque piu importante caracteristiche sono “searchable, editable, linkable, feedable and taggable” or ricercabili, modificabili, collegabile, alimentabile, e oggetto di tag. Il presente articolo esplora il concetto di E-learning 2.0, le implicazioni di attuazione e implementazione di E-learning 2.0 nell'istruzione, in termini di sfide, opportunità, e la prontezza degli studenti per l'educativo.


Having the ability to create and easily publish digital content is the key to Web 2.0. However, the digital content must have certain characteristics in order to be truly Web 2.0. There are probably more, but the five most important characteristics are "searchable, editable, linkable, feedable and taggable". This research article explores the concept of E-learning 2.0, the implications of implementation and execution of E-learning 2.0 in education, in terms of challenges, opportunities, and the readiness of students for education


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