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Abstract - In this paper give the comparative analysis of success in teaching materials and given are view by the advantages and disadvantages of the traditional ways of studying and also listed the characteristics of e-learning. The above are the psychological and pedagogical aspects of learning and both are given by actual observations during the research and how that type of learning affects students. This paper presents the analysis of the actual success of students of Informatics at the... More
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Date Added to MERLOT: September 16, 2011
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