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Improving Interaction for eLearning Complex Contents: a Showcase in CH Environments

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    Title: Improving Interaction for eLearning Complex Contents: a Showcase in CH Environments
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    Date: 2016
    Publication type: Technical report
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    1. New Learning/Teaching Model
    2. Technology-Enhanced Learning
    3. eLearning Standards

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    Abstract
    Learning of Conservation and Rehabilitation Tasks in AEC [Architecture, Engineering, Construction] environments poses hard challenges for integrating materials, context and processes. Our approach is focused towards different multimedia representations [text, image, video, laser scan] with a common reference given by an evolving representation of a 2D or a 3D model. In a similar way to usual GIS (Geographic Information System), our approach can support different layers where tasks to be developed are designed, tracked and evaluated. Design involves 2D/3D/4D modelling by using different kinds of photogrammetric surveying, including images, laser-based information and previsible behavior in the next future. Our approach tries understanding complex interactions in damaged architectural objects having in account time evolution and successive interventions as a whole. Our software application intends to become an educational and corporative learning platform (e-Learning and e-Working), which will enable instructors to do an effective design of on-line courses and to improve an efficient management of learning techniques and collaboration activities on the web. Our contribution is focused towards the design and development of collaborative working environments, where specialists with different expertise can share their knowledge in a common open-source framework. This tool has been applied for planning intervention strategies, products and methodologies focused towards surveying, planning and executing conservation policies in architectural elements of the Spanish Cultural Heritage.