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Alvarez A.,Languages and Computer Systems | Martin M.,Languages and Computer Systems | Fernandez-castro I.,Languages and Computer Systems | Urretavizcaya M.,Languages and Computer Systems
Interactive Learning Environments | Year: 2014

Currently, most of the educational approaches applied to higher education combine face-to-face (F2F) and computer-mediated instruction in a Blended-Learning (B-Learning) approach. One of the main challenges of these approaches is fully integrating the traditional brick-and-mortar classes with online learning environments in an efficient and flexible way. In this paper, we present a set of requirements to be met by a computer system in order to adequately support both students and teachers in a B-Learning context. Then, it defines a suitable conceptual architecture to meet the requirements, and the multi-agent implementation of the architecture. Next, it presents the evaluation of the functionality implemented. Finally some conclusions are drawn. © 2014 Taylor & Francis

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