Auf zu neuen Ufern: Die didaktische Konzeption von Lotse wird erweitert

Steiner, Katrin
October 2009
Bibliotheksdienst;2009, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p1039
Trade Publication
The article describes an online library educational support system known as LOTSE (Library Online Tour and Self-Paced Education). Descriptions are given of developments in various versions of LOTSE, including comments on the program's didactic premises such as user centeredness, a multiplicity of perspectives, and integration in blended learning concepts. Further note is taken of possible future developments for the program involving multimedia tutorials and improved search functions.


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