Social Software for Lifelong Competence Development: Challenges and Infrastructure
Keywords:Web 2.0, Lifelong Learning, Social Software
Within the TENCompetence project we aim to develop and integrate models and tools into an open source infrastructure for the creation, storage and exchange of learning objects, suitable knowledge resources as well as learning experiences. This contribution analyzes the potential of social software tools for providing part of the required functionality, as well as some challenges involved.
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