An effective set of ICT tools for Teaching & Learning of Renewable Energy Systems (RES)

Socrates Kaplanis, Eleni Kaplani

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The paper describes the features of the e-Learning approaches designed, developed and introduced in the Mechanical Engineering Curriculum of the T.E.I. of Patra, Greece and specifically in the R.E.S. courses. It discusses the needs of the target groups-clients (students, lecturers, others) that should be satisfied. An attempt is made to present the e-courses in a modular way, so that web based applications are effectively and friendly available, while users’ needs, log files etc. are easily managed. Finally, the paper discusses the level of friendliness to the user and the manager of the three types of ICT tools, the load paid to reach a high performance level for the ecourses, and for a thorough e-system with adequate information to sustain and support a wide spectrum of requirements for RES Teaching and Learning.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings DEMSEE 2007
Subtitle of host publicationDeregulated Electricity Market Issues in South-Eastern Europe
Place of PublicationTurkey
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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