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This post-conference quantity incorporates a choice of the easiest papers awarded at IE 2002, which came about in Vigo, Spain in November, 2002. IE 2002 was once a joint convention on desktops & schooling for the Spanish conversing neighborhood: the RIBIE Latin-American Congress on Informatics & schooling (6th edition), the overseas Symposium on pcs & schooling (4th edition), and the foreign Workshop on academic software program (7th edition). those occasions became a reference for Latin- American study and improvement teams, associations and ultimate clients. also, this convention hosted the first Galecia Workshop, geared up by means of the crowd for complicated studying Environments utilizing communique and data Aids, a ecu Union MINERVA/SOCRATES thematic community on pcs & schooling. This joint convention introduced jointly overseas teams of researchers and practitioners to percentage studies, making it attainable to set up diplomacy to allow destiny collaborations in destiny tasks in any respect degrees. a hundred thirty papers have been permitted for presentation from greater than three hundred submitted. desktops and schooling. in the direction of a Lifelong studying Society comprises 23 re-revised papers chosen one of the offered papers. the choice used to be made in line with the preliminary rating supplied by way of the reviewers, and an extra on-conference score approach supplied by way of consultation chairs. Invited authors have been asked to revise their approved contributions to IE2002 to incorporate on-conference and post-conference reviewers/session chairs feedback, and to supply an English model in their papers.
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Among others. Therefore, the idea is that the learner should not have to think about the environment itself, focusing on the object of the study, in this case, on the content of a specific subject matter. In other words, the interface of the environment cannot constitute a problem for the student/teacher, but it has to be a “transparent” resource for them. A good interface needs to have elements that simplify the realization of tasks so the learner does not have to learn new commands or navigation types .
In this paper we describe the support that has been included in the DomoSim-TPC system  to organize activities of collaborative learning for design techniques by problem solving. Mainly, we focus in presenting the decisions taken to organize work groups, to structure the learning activities, and to monitor the problem resolution that the students carry out. This is possible because the learning domain in which our system is applied allows us to exploit these characteristics. The following section gives an overview of the Domosim-TPC system.