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Marc Eisenstadt, Thursday 02 December 1999 | Annotate
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The wide-ranging impact of KMi-inspired research and development has been the subject of a recent report to The Open University's Learning and Teaching Innovations Committee. The report, by KMi's Arthur Stutt and Stuart Watt, describes no fewer than 36 different activities emanating from KMi that have a direct impact on the future directions of Open University teaching.

The report describes current KMi activities under the broad headings of collaborative learning, agents, electronic publication, webcasting and voice-on-the-net, knowledge management and knowledge modelling, multimedia for education, virtual laboratories, courses, course-related software, and teaching/learning infrastructure.

The report itself, which will eventually migrate to KMi's main projects page, can be found at the following link:

KMi LTIC Report


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Marc Eisenstadt

Emeritus Professor; KMi Co-Founder and Chief Scientist

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