The best way to understand the potential of learning technologies is to see them in action. That was the thinking behind Virtus, a self-paced walthrough of a virtual school where different technologies and techniques could be observed in action. Virtus was published in 1996 and programmed to use the new multimedia capabilities of Windows 95. It was co-financed by the French Foundation for Management Education (FNEGE).
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