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Towards E-Learning Management System using Semantic Web and a unique University namespace "univ"

Today’s World Wide Web (WWW) is known as Web 2.0. It includes social networking sites, blogs, wikis, video sharing sites, hosted services, web applications, mashups and folksonomies. It also includes E-learning Management system. It is a process in which we use the electronic medium to access the defined set of applications, cand processes. Research works in the field of E-Learning are represented by a broad spectrum of applications, ranged from virtual classrooms to remote courses or distance learning. Web-based courses offer obvious advantages for learners by making access to educational resource very fast, just-in-time and relevance, at any time or place. Because of a lot of limitations using web 2.0 for creating E-learning management system, now-a-days we use Web 3.0 which is known as Semantic web. It is a great platform to represent E-learning management system that recovers the limitations of Web 2.0. It represents a potential technology for realizing e-Learning requirements Research works in the field of e-Learning are represented by a wide range of applications, ranged from virtual classrooms to remote courses or distance learning. Our thesis is “Towards E-Learning Management System using Semantic Web and a unique University namespace “univ””, where course syllabus, teaching methods, learning activities and learning styles are included and it will be more suitable in different learning institutions in World. This paper presents the basic information about Learning Management System, E-learning, Semantic Web and the proposed model of Learning Management system using semantic web and a vocabulary to represent an university on semantic web . We hope that it will provide a great feedback from both teachers and students.

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5 Abstract Today‟s World Wide Web (WWW) is known as Web 2.0. It includes social networking sites, blogs, wikis, video sharing sites, hosted services, web applications, mashups and folksonomies. It also includes E-learning Management system. It is a process in which we use the electronic medium to access the defined set of applications, cand processes. Research works in the field of E-Learning are represented by a broad spectrum of applications, ranged from virtual classrooms to remote courses or distance learning. Web-based courses offer obvious advantages for learners by making access to educational resource very fast, just-in-time and relevance, at any time or place. Because of a lot of limitations using web 2.0 for creating E-learning management system, now-a-days we use Web 3.0 which is known as Semantic web. It is a great platform to represent E-learning management system that recovers the limitations of Web 2.0. It represents a potential technology for realizing e-Learning requirements Research works in the field of e-Learning are represented by a wide range of applications, ranged from virtual classrooms to remote courses or distance learning. Our thesis is “Towards E-Learning Management System using Semantic Web and a unique University namespace “univ””, where course syllabus, teaching methods, learning activities and learning styles are included and it will be more suitable in different learning institutions in Bangladesh. This paper presents the basic information about Learning Management System, E-learning, Semantic Web and the proposed model of Learning Management system using semantic web and a vocabulary to represent an university on semantic web . We hope that it will provide a great feedback from both teachers and students. Keywords: Learning Management System, E-Learning System, Semantic web, Ontology.

International thesis/dissertation

Autore: Sharmin Rashid Linta Contatta »

Composta da 70 pagine.

 

Questa tesi ha raggiunto 158 click dal 25/11/2011.

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