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2010, vol. 8, iss. 33, pp. 19-25
The importance of collaborative teaching materials in e-Learning systems
aUniversity of Kragujevac, Teacher Training Faculty, Užice, Serbia
bUniversity of Kragujevac, Faculty of Science, Serbia

emailarsovic@ucfu.kg.ac.rs, dusans@kg.ac.rs
Keywords: electronic educational materials; e-Learning; collaboration educational materials; Moodle
Abstract
With the modernization of teaching and learning process, there is a need for improving of supporting education/teaching materials that are used in this process. E-Learning systems, their specific requirements set new, distinctive challenges the authors of educational materials. The paper discusses the characteristics and aspects of such teaching materials as well as the process of their development and creating in the collaborative environment. They also give examples of the implementations of collaborative teaching materials in the concrete platform for e-Learning.
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