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SIIE is a global discussion board of Spanish-speaking, Portuguese-speaking and English-speaking researchers dedicated to examine and enforce using desktops in schooling. In 1999 the Symposium was once held in Aveiro, Portugal. within the yr 2000 it used to be celebrated in Puertollano, Spain. different conferences preceded this Symposium, specifically, the "Simposio de Investigacao e Desenvolvimento de software program Educativo" held in Lisbon, Coimbra and Evora, Congresses held in Spain and organised via ADIE: Encuentro de Informatica Educativa, in Madrid and the such a success ConieD'99 held in Puertollano in 1999. a suite of Conied'99 papers can also be released during this assortment with the name "Computers in schooling within the twenty first Century" (2000). ADIE (Association for the advance of pcs in schooling) undertook the supplier of the congresses and symposiums on pcs in schooling. it's an organization which organises conferences for researchers in Spain, Portugal and Latin the USA. ADIE publishes "Revista de Ensenanza y Tecnologia" in Latin the United States quarterly.
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In general, the attention was on individual behaviour and the objective was to design and analyse learning situations where knowledge could emerge from interaction between the student and the computer environment. The "learner-centred" approach applies the principles at the basis of the "user-centred" approach to the educational field. The "user-centred" approach has been assumed as reference in human-computer interaction studies for the construction of modern interfaces . At the basis of this approach is the user (the learner) who has to solve a given task through the interaction with the system and the exploitation of its functionalities.
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For example, in appropriately designed didactic situations, a hypermedia system can be used to introduce students to activities of meta-cognition, such as a reflection on their ways of organising knowledge in a given field, instead of as a tool to deliver information on a given topic field (see, for example, the experience reported in Bottino et al. ). 4 Towards a new generation of open learning systems Some observations on the design and use of ICT-based educational systems can be made to conclude the brief analysis performed in the preceding sections.