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Cog-Learn: An e-Learning Pattern Language for Web-based Learning Design

By Junia Coutinho Anacleto, Americo Talarico Neto, Vania Paula de Almeida Neris / August 2009

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  • Tue, 26 Aug 2014
    Post by eLearn Magazine Editor

    Thank you for bringing this problem to our attention. The issue has been fixed. All eight of your figures are now displaying correctly on the site.

    We apologize for any inconvenience caused to the author and our readers.

  • Thu, 21 Aug 2014
    Post by Junia Anacleto

    Figures are missing. Why? This is extremely upsetting. I've been receiving emails from readers wanting ti read the paper that was published incomplete and in a such poor quality. I've requested corrections years ago, but it is clear now that e_learn editors are not so committed to quality. Too bad, Junia Anacleto

  • Tue, 03 Apr 2007
    Post by Preston Lathrop

    Context rules, as Elliot pointed out. In modern language learning, we saw this years ago. A successful book about Modern Language Instruction was called "Teaching Lanaguage in Context." We learned how language instructors do best to build a context for the language learners and then hang the content within the framework of that context. A big question now seems to be, "How do we create a meaningful context online?" Graphical environments? Story telling? Games? Simulations? Art exhibits? ... Preston Lathrop Brooklyn, NY