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The aim of the paper is to point out the achievements and the drawbacks of the integration of LMS (learning managements systems) with the tools of the participative web 2.0 through the account of a supplementary online course that has taken place in an Italian secondary high school. It can be considered an innovative experience from many different viewpoints and can be regarded as an example of how the world of traditional teaching can meet the demands of the so called e-learning 2.0, in the broader landscape of the development of a digital competence and lifelong learning.


e-learning 2.0 web 2.0 supplementary teaching

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Spadavecchia, E. (2009). E-learning 2.0 for supplementary teaching. Journal of E-Learning and Knowledge Society, 4(3).

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