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Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

Jan 29, 2015 Volume 11, Number 1


Luigi Colazzo

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Supporting Learning Object Repository by automatic extraction of metadata

    Sergio Miranda & Pierluigi Ritrovato, Universit di Salerno

    The Learning Objects Repositories are electronic databases able to deliver material on the web allowing instructors sharing and reusing educational units and students accessing and enjoying them.... More

  2. On demand analysis of learning experiences for adaptive content retrieval in an e-learning environment

    Raman Raghuveer, Vellore Institute Of Technology; BK Tripathy

    Understanding the learning experiences plays a vital role in identifying the suitable learning content for the learners. In this regard, the standards like the experience Application Programming... More

  3. A different perspective in building tools to collect and share educational resources

    Alessandro Fiore, Luca Mainetti & Roberto Vergallo, University of Salento

    Until now, a large amount of effort has been spent on structuring educational repositories. Standard metadata for learning objects have been provided and large databases have been deployed both... More

  4. A technique for designing glossary activities with facial authentication

    Francisco Guilln-Gmez, Open University of Madrid (UDIMA),; Ivn Garca-Magario, University of Zaragoza

    Nowadays, one of the key challenges for distance education is to be able to verify the students’ identity in order to check if they are actually who they claim to be when they are doing their... More

  5. Eduonto: an ontology for Educational Assessment

    Antonio Marzano & Achille Notti, UNIVERSITY OF SALERNO

    The search for possible applications in the field of Education, by means of domain specific ontologies on the issues of assessment of learning (assessment) and system (evaluation), has been... More

  6. E-Learning Issues in Education & Training Domain of Apulian Living Labs

    Giovanna Avellis, Innovapuglia; Adriana Agrimi, Apulia Region; Marco Di Ciano, Gaetano Grasso & Francesco Surico, InnovaPuglia

    The approach of Living Labs, a concept developed at the Media Lab and School of architecture and city planning of MIT, Boston, represents a user- centric research paradigm for prototyping and... More

  7. Personalization, adaptivity, attunement

    Pier Rossi & Laura Fedeli, University of Macerata

    The complexity of the current educational context, that is, the fragmentation of knowledge and the diversity which characterizes the students in our schools requires new competences. One of the... More

  8. mTeacher: a tool for self assessment and providing personalized assistance to m- learners: a framework and evaluation

    Senthil kumaran, PSG College of Technology

    The impact of the developments and popularity of mobile and wireless technology has given new direction for e-learning known as m-learning. The proper assessment of the learners’ readiness to... More

  9. Personalized Learning in Mathematics

    Giovannina Albano, Sergio Miranda & Anna Pierri, Universit di Salerno

    This work shows an innovative solution in order to enable the predisposition to the mathematics, by using auto-regulation of learning objectives, personalization for obtaining, in such a way, a... More

  10. A smart methodology to improve the story-building process

    Angelo Gaeta, Matteo Gaeta, Giuseppe Guarino & Sergio Miranda, University of Salerno

    Museum narratives are created from a conceptualization of events that can be structurally organized and referred to as the story. Therefore, the main process of developing a museum narrative is one... More