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Mobile learning environments and real world experiences for european visual arts higher education. State - private partnerships

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Marginean, A.I. ; Theor. & Res. Dept., Nat. Univ. of Arts Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania

The difficult path of e-learning in vocational schools, mainly professor - student oriented, pushed a few researchers from the music and visual fields to build a new opinion through the student last trends: if the vocational study cannot be entirely based on e- learning technologies, there could be the mobile learning environments and the real world experiences transmitted to students from all over the world, interested in graduating different kind of courses from different higher education colleges, unified by a new legislation, at least in the European Union. The technical demonstrations made by great masters in their own studios, with the help of a few teachers and students, give the possibility to follow step by step different kind of performing arts from music to visual arts, and to present the results through Internet servers to other remote european schools. The need to cooperate between european higher education schools through common projects fulfill the need of communication between students, teachers and peoples of different countries.

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Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL), 2011 14th International Conference on

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21-23 Sept. 2011