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  • Access to Learning Environments in the Didactic Cyberspace

     Maria Amata Garito ©

    The Didactic Cyberspace reflects the needs for flexibility and adaptability of the learning path and overcomes the sense of isolation of the individual promoting an active participation in the learning process and educational development. The Learning Environmnts represent an open and flexible tool and allow the protagonists of the learning process, students, professors and tutors to:
    -    Create new bi-directional distance communication relations in real time;
    -    Realise dynamic contents that can be enriched by other contents, already existing in the web;
    -    Integrate different types of media;
    -    Multimedia and hypertextual organisation of the contents;
    -    Customise the learning systems and therefore.
    Therefore, the learning environments on the Didactic Cyberspace allow to:
    -    Supply a single point of access to the web through the portal, www.uninettunouniversity.net, through which access a large amount of resources available on academic training;
    -    Supply exhaustive and updated information on educational contents and events, such as study programmes, exams, tutoring, exercises etc;
    -    Organise and deliver educational contents in a pre-planned, structured and consequential way;
    -    Adapt the training process to the needs of the individual student;
    -    Supply didactic tools useful to transform theoretical knowledge into practical abilities and professional skills;
    -    Monitor the student’s learning through constant checks, whose results can be consulted by the student himself in order to self-evaluate his own learning process;
    -    Put into contact students, professors and tutors using distance communication tools, both in asynchronous and synchronous modes, in order to allow for the development of cooperative and collaborative learning between the teachers’ and student’s learning communities.
    The players who can carry on educational activities on the Didactic Cyberspace are: the student, the video professor, the area professor and the tutor. Each one of those players has a space on the portal (www.uninettunouniversity.net), which we call page, from where they can organise their training activities which depend on their specific functions and roles.
    The training activities take place in the Didactic Cyberspace where the actors of the training process, only after entered their own “login” and “password” and therefore having been acknowledged by the system, the students can access their own pages. The system allows to access contents from specific reference points in order to assure customised navigation and usage of the materials styles, according to each single student.