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    Papers

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    Session 1: Identifying and formulating the requirements of a European GRID Infrastructure for eLearning

    Session 2: Identifying learning solutions that can take advantage of GRID technologies

    Session 3: Analysing the economic, technological and pedagogical challenges underpinning the use of GRID technologies for eLearning

    Session 1: Identifying and formulating the requirements of a European GRID Infrastructure for eLearning

    Adaptive E-Learning Grid Platform
    N.Bogonikolos, M. Chrysostalis, K. Giotopoulos, S. Likothanassis & K.Votis

    The Two Primary Tasks on the Way to National E_Learn Grid Node
    V. Reklaitis, K. Baniulis & A. Masevicius

    Implementing New Advanced Learning Scenarios Through GRID Technologies
    M. Gaeta, P. Ritrovato & S. Salerno

    Systems Support for Collaborative Learning
    C. Allison, A. Ruddle & R. Michaelson

    Session 2: Identifying learning solutions that can take advantage of GRID technologies

    Adaptive eLearning and the Learning GRID
    C. Hockemeyer & D. Albert

    How GRID could improve E-Learning in the environmental science domain
    S. Wesner, K. Wulf & M. Muller

    Towards Collaborative Learning via Shared Artefacts over the Grid
    C. Boldyreff, P. Kyaw, J. Lavery, D. Nutter & S. Rank

    Session 3: Analysing the economic, technological and pedagogical challenges underpinning the use of GRID technologies for eLearning

    Human and Artificial Agent's Conversations on the GRID
    Stefano A. Cerri

    Determining the Sources of Delay in a Distributed Learning Environment
    A. Ruddle, C. Allison, P. Lindsay & D. McKechan

    A Learning Grid for the multichallenge school ECP
    P. Michaud & C. Saguez