TITLE

CAMPUS VIRTUALES COMPARTIDOS (CVC): ANÁLISIS DE UNA EXPERIENCIA

AUTHOR(S)
Almenara, Julio Cabero; Díaz, Verónica Marín
PUB. DATE
January 2011
SOURCE
Educacion XX1;2011, Issue 14, p111
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Virtual campuses are wellknown in this historical moment as a key reality for the best development of the educational processes undertaken in higher education. The Autonomous Community of Andalusia has developed this idea by means of the creation of the Andalusian Virtual Campus, which gathers 10 universities that belong to such Community. This campus offers a dynamic form of education where it is visible the approchement of knowledge to the university students.
ACCESSION #
61834841

 

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