This paper describes the design philosophy and the realization of a basic course on dynamic system identification that relies on constructivist methodologies and on the use of e-learning environments. It reports also some of the opinions formulated by the users on the effectiveness of the available tools and on their role in acquiring proficiency in the application of identification techniques in modelling real processes.

A constructivist approach in designing an e-learning system identification course

GUIDORZI, ROBERTO;DIVERSI, ROBERTO;COLIN, MANUELA;LODOLI, GIANNI
2006

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This paper describes the design philosophy and the realization of a basic course on dynamic system identification that relies on constructivist methodologies and on the use of e-learning environments. It reports also some of the opinions formulated by the users on the effectiveness of the available tools and on their role in acquiring proficiency in the application of identification techniques in modelling real processes.
Preprints of the 7th IFAC Symposium on Advances in Control Education
R. Guidorzi; R. Diversi; M. Colin; G. Lodoli
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