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Jalobeanu Mihai Stanislav

Jalobeanu Mihai Stanislav
INCDTIM Cluj-Napoca and „Vasile Goldis” Western University of Arad, Romania

Prof. PhD' (Retired)

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November 2002 - July 2015
„Vasile Goldis” Western University of Arad
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Publications (29)
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It is the last (2004) version of a short study regarding the difficulties in penetration of the free software into Romanian educational system. Since 2007-8 it was available on my own web virtual server (http://jalobean.itim-cj.ro, now deleted).
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When Michael Hart initiated his ambitious Gutenberg project of computer re-writing essential literature books, in 1971, sure it was very difficult to imagine our today dependency of digital devices and social media. To type on the those time typewriter devices the basic scholarly novels it was a difficult option for a 24 years man, proven a visiona...
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The paper presents some ideas and conclusions from the author' experience in Web based teaching, as well as in the use of the virtual learning environments, especially Moodle. The actual development of the social media and their impact in education (mainly in Computer Science teaching) is already analyzed.
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În 1997 demaram proiectul Romanian Internet Learning Workshop (RILW) ca un experiment provocator: organizarea în România a unui atelier – un seminar internațional dedicat Internetului în ansamblu și mai ales utilizării instrumentelor TIC în instruire. Au fost cinci ediții, iar de la cea de a treia a fost inclusă și o școală de vară (ca proiect Eras...
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In 1997 the Romanian Internet Learning Workshop (RILW) project begun as a challenging experiment: to organize in Romania an International workshop devoted to Internet and using Internet tools only. There were five editions, and from the third one they included a summer school. Just after the third edition, it happens that two very ill kids asked us...
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Învățământul la distanță, pe Web, lipsit de spirit critic și norme morale, ajunge adesea o schemă de reproducere de texte preluate fără discernământ, uneori chiar fără a fi parcurse, doar pentru că au fost oferite de Google. Iar elevii și studenții noștri ajung pas cu pas, dela încălcarea legii dreptului de autor, la multiplele infracțiuni în rețea...
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How to adapt the computer graphics course questions to nowadays tools and challenges? Our proposal is to use Web 2.0 tools, on-line graphic editors, digital photography, and virtual environments.
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GRID technology is able to connect an unlimited number of computer systems and to distribute the tasks among all the connected nodes. In this paper we present the extension of IFIN-HH ATLAS-GRID facilities with ITIM Cluj-Napoca computing power, building a distributed grid system. Also shown are the functionality tests as a single grid configuration...
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For a computer science course of distributed computing, Internet is, at the same time, an object for study, and a (virtual) library of resources (textbooks, tutorials, FAQs, software packages (especially FOSS), project examples. But especially, a place for experiments with grid, cluster, and distributed computing tasks, i.e. a virtual laboratory fo...
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The United Nations Organization defines "literacy" as a basic human right. A cultural person is one who knows the letters, but generally we use the word with the implied meaning of one being "educated, learned and cultured". Then we could discuss if the use of ICT can develop literacy. The pedagogical functions of visual material has usually been a...
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The recent Love letter worm produces a lot of damages on the Net, and a lot of journal articles and debates. It was a good occasion for administrations and party leaders to underline the need of Cyberspace control, restrictive Internet access rules, and so on. Neither newspapers, nor Radio or TV broadcastings marked that this worm was a battle in t...
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A guide showing how to retrieve files from FTP sites, how to explore the Internet via Gopher, how to search for information with Archie, Veronica, Netfind, or WAIS, how to tap into the World Wide Web, and even how to access Usenet newsgroups using E-MAIL AS ONLY TOOL, is presented. Between other 32 translations in different languages, the Romanian...
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A modified Butterworth filter function is proposed as a model for the temperature dependence of water exchange time through normal human erythrocyte membranes. This approximation was applied to five cases of blood from children and five from adults. The calculated parameters of the function have a simple geometrical interpretation which is suitable...
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A method is described in which combinations of retention increments, compatible with the empirical formula and the retention of an unknown substance, are used for its identification. A parameter, W, which relates the molecular weight, M, and the Kováts index, I, or the molecular retention index, Me, is defined as follows: Limits of the W values are...
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A short historical discussion of the Internet access' influence into the students' thinking, pointing projects devoted to use of ICT in education, together with the pressure of technological evolution for a change of educational system. The local situation regarding the ICT use in Romanian schools are analysed based on some recent Romanian e-groups...
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The United Nations Organization defines "literacy" as a basic human right, a tool for empowering ourselves and our communities. A cultural person is one who knows the letters, but generally we use the word with the implied meaning of one being " educated, learned and cultured"[1]. Then we could discus if the use of ITC can develop literacy. The ped...
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How to avoid "copy-paste" plagiarism, how to avoid the use of commercial software without a proper licence, how to convince our students to take care on films or music files downloading? The present paper discuss digital and information literacy, and corresponding teachers' e-competences, having in mind Prensky's opposition between digital natives...

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