Information and Communication Technology for Interactive Learning Systems

By Stoica Marian, Ghilic-Micu Bogdan and Rosca Gh. Ion.

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The complexity of today’s society systems imposes the need for learning systems that would ensure both performance of the operators and a means to improve learning at the place of work. Creation of an interactive learning system that is getting closer to the real environment aims at reaching a learning system for the perfect training of the worker. Below there are examined preliminary data associated to this new learning system, based on the theory of learning by experience, putting on display the way in which the educational reform will be made at the future place of work.
Based on information and communication technology, interactive learning system is an collaborative educational system who accept many students from different geographical locations to interact into an tridimensional virtual space. To do this virtual experiments can be used the creative tasks. In virtual space, tridimensional stuffs – teaching materials – are based on OMG-CORBA (Object Management Group - Common Object Request Broker Architecture) technology that is a distributing architecture model.

Keywords: e-Learning, Interactive Systems, Network, Virtual Space, Collaborative Learning, Information and Communication Technology

The International Journal of Learning, Volume 16, Issue 7, pp.193-202. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.492MB).

Prof. Stoica Marian

Professor Doctor, Informatics in Economy Department, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania

I received my degree on Informatics in Economy from the Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest in 1997 and my doctoral degree in economics in 2002. Since 1998 I’m teaching in Academy of Economic Studies from Bucharest, at Informatics in Economy Department. My research activity, started in 1996 and includes many themes, focused on management information systems, computer programming and information society. The main domains of research activity are Information Society, E-Activities, E-Working, and Computer Science. The finality of research activity still today is represented by over 50 articles published, 9 books and over 20 scientific papers presented at national and international conferences. Since 1998, I’m member of the research teams in over 15 research contracts with Romanian National Education Ministry and project manager in 5 national research projects.

Prof. Ghilic-Micu Bogdan

Professor Doctor, Informatics in Economy Department, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania

I received my degree on Informatics in Economy from the Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest in 1984 and my doctoral degree in economics in 1996. Between 1984 and 1990 I worked in Computer Technology Institute from Bucharest as a researcher. Since 1990 I teach in Academy of Economic Studies from Bucharest, at Informatics in Economy Department. My research activity, started in 1984 includes many themes, like computers programming, software integration and hardware testing. The main domain of my last research activity is the new economy – digital economy in information and knowledge society. Since 1998 I’m project manager in over 25 research projects like System methodology of distance learning and permanent education, The change and modernize of the economy and society in Romania, E-Romania – an information society for all, Social and environmental impact of new forms of work and activities in information society.

Prof. Rosca Gh. Ion

Prof. PhD., Informatics in Economy Department, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania

Ion Gh. Rosca is an university professor within Bucharest University of Economics. He holds a Ph.D. in sciences, specialization Economic Calculation and Economic Cybernetics from the same institution. He has a long experience in books, manuals, articles, essays, studies’ writing in the area of economics, informational societies, electronic business, new educations forms, systems’ security, projects management, GRID systems, qualitative and quantitative research methods. He is also author of many articles, essays and published papers. He has occupied prestigious positions both academic and administrative. He received numerous scientific rewards and distinctions, like: prise for “Best manual in the field of applicative economic sciences” for “Electronic Trade. Concepts, Technologies and Applications”, Economica Publishing House, 2004 given by General association of Economists in Romania, Georgescu Roegen Diploma, Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest, for the scientific research activity in years 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, nominee in the Experts Catalogue, published by Academic Society in Romania, First Edition, 1997, pg. 130, Romanian Academy Prise, for book: Informatics (Informatica).

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