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2009 Issue №11

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Theoretical Foundations of Media Education in British Universities

DOI
10.5922/2223-2095-2009-11-3
Pages
19-24

Abstract

The article considers theoretical background of using media in British universities. Components and characteristics of learning are given where the process is viewed as a joint "cooperative" activity of the learner and the teacher. Models of learning with integrated media are described.

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