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Using Moodle as a Solution to Interdisciplinary E-collaboration Issues


Rapid technological development in recent years has contributed to numerous changes in many areas of life, including education and communication. Establishing interdisciplinary collaboration brings many benefits, however, it is often associated with numerous problems and inconveniences, as well as the need of constant improvement, lifelong learning, professional development (CPD) and finding an effective way of information transferring. Living in a constant rush makes logical order of information transferring become a key aspect, as more and more operations are being done chaotically using multiple online tools. Although collaboration happens to be complicated even for colleagues specializing in different aspects of the same profession, establishing cooperation between specific groups of interdisciplinary specialists, such as engineers and physicians, has a significant impact on modern diagnostics and medical treatment development. Based on some selected case studies investigated at Gdańsk University of Technology and Medical University of Gdańsk, supported by an overview of the available education and collaboration tools, a solution based on the Moodle LMS platform has been proposed, implemented, and analyzed.


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International Journal of Research in E-learning nr 6, strony 1 - 16,
ISSN: 2451-2583
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Kozłowska E.: Using Moodle as a Solution to Interdisciplinary E-collaboration Issues// International Journal of Research in E-learning -Vol. 6,iss. 2 (2020), s.1-16
Cyfrowy identyfikator dokumentu elektronicznego (otwiera się w nowej karcie) 10.31261/ijrel.2020.6.2.10
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