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Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

2006 Volume 2, Number 3


Luigi Colazzo

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Adaptive Item Language Assessment based on students’ cognitive abilities

    Anastasios Economides, University of Macedonia, Greece

    The promotion of multilingualism, communication, mobility and cross-cultural awareness among EU member-states has created the demand for easilyadministered, self-paced, time-effective, multilingual... More

  2. Continuously updated e-learning material through easy authoring processes

    Angelo Di Iorio, Antonio Feliziani, Silvia Mirri & Fabio Vitali, Università degli Studi di Bologna, Italy

    The «Anywhere, Anytime, Anyway» slogan is frequently associated to e-learning with the aim to emphasize the wide access offered by on-line education to students. Our aim is to extend the reach of... More

    pp. 315-329

  3. Application of active index to the management of e-learning activities

    Paolo Maresca, Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy; Shi-Kuo Chang, University of Pittsburgh, United States; Michele Pesce, Telecom Italia Mobile, Italy

    An active index consists of a network of index cells. This paper demonstrates the application of active index to the management of e-learning activities in e-learning courses. An e-learning system ... More

    pp. 331-341

  4. Knowledge Management Integrated with e-learning in Open Innovation

    Pasquale Ardimento, Marta Cimitile & Giuseppe Visaggio, Università degli Studi di Bari, Italy

    This paper presents a framework aiming to support an «innovation chain» in an Open Innovation (OI) perspective. In order to transfer research results from producers to users, it is necessary to... More

    pp. 343-354

  5. Managing concepts inside e-learning systems

    Antonella Carbonaro & Rodolfo Ferrini, Università degli Studi di Bologna, Italy

    In this paper we introduce an update of our work on developing a distance learning environment based on a collaborative bookmark management system approach. We introduce EasyInfo, an hybrid... More

    pp. 355-366

  6. Using information retrieval to detect conflicting questions

    Hicham Hage & Esma Aimeur, University of Montreal, Canada

    Although e-learning has advanced considerably in the last decade, some of its aspects, such as e-testing, are still in the development phase. Authoring tools and test banks for e-tests are becoming... More

    pp. 373-383

  7. piattaforme di scambio per i Learning Object e implementazione di un repository sul modello OpenCour

    Paolo Lariccia, Università di Perugia, Italy; Stefano Lariccia & Giovanni Toffoli, Università La Sapienza, Roma, Italy

    This paper is constituted by two rather distinct sections: in the fi rst section we will summarize the overall situation of standards and formats applied to develop an «Exchange Platform» for... More

    pp. 385-398

  8. eSCM: a web-based institute for sharing knowledge and competencies in the educational area of supply-chain management

    Marco Macchi, Stefano Scotti & Sandra Paggetti, Politecnico di Milano, Italy; Daniel Palm & Elizabeth Ilie-Zudor, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

    The paper presents a web-based institute proposed for sharing knowledge and integrating competencies in the educational area of supply-chain management (SCM). The institute is being implemented as ... More

    pp. 399-411

  9. Validation criteria for a GQM plan in e-learning platforms evaluation

    Paolo Maresca, Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy; Giorgio Santiano, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Bruno Fadini, Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy; Paolo Prinetto, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

    The GQM methodology (Basili, 2002) is a top down approach that proceeds from the goals to the metrics of a paradigm of measurement and introduces the advantage to be completely independent from the... More

    pp. 413-419

  10. E-knowledge e oltre

    Fortunato Sorrentino, Università di Firenze, Italy

    «The nature of knowledge is that it makes itself obsolete». Drucker così avverte chi gli pone la domanda su come gestire il cambiamento in una situazione in cui conoscenza, apprendimento e lavoro... More

    pp. 421-433