mobile learning
virtual learning
educational platform

How to Cite

N. Ivanytska and M. Kern, “FEATURES OF ON-LINE LEARNING IN AUSTRIA”, ITLT, vol. 46, no. 2, pp. 22–28, Apr. 2015, doi: 10.33407/itlt.v46i2.1201.


The article is devoted to the expediency of using distance learning of physics in the educational process. The article deals with features and types of distance learning. Such concepts as "e-Learning", "mobile learning", "virtual learning", with the help of practical "online" learning experience based on modern European educational platform Leon (Tyrol, Austria) are revealed. The article defines the structure and the interrelationships between the components of control in distance learning. The expediency of the use of distance learning is grounded on condition that there is an appropriate hardware and software in an educational establishment.


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