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Aleksander Bulkowski*, Edward Nawarecki*, and Andrzej Duda (* AGH Cracow, Poland)

Peer-to-Peer: an Enabling Technology for Next-Generation E-learning

Fourth EDEN Research Workshop, Research Into Online Distance Education And E-Learning. Castelldefels, Spain, October 25-28, 2006

Wednesday 25 October 2006

In this paper, we explore new directions for future e-learning tools. Our idea is to use peer-to-peer technologies to create collaborative learning communities. We start by analyzing the limitations of current e-learning tools. Then, we present an overview of peer-to-peer technologies to show how they can be used for better e-learning tools. Finally, we propose a framework for collaborative communities based on enhanced peer-to-peer networks. This position paper presents initial results of our work and we continue to work on the detailed specification of the proposed framework and its prototype implementation.

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