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Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

Jan 25, 2014 Volume 10, Number 1


Luigi Colazzo

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Community based recommendation in e-learning systems

    Senthil kumaran, A Sankar & K Kiruthikaa, PSG College of Technology

    The success of any e-learning system depends on quality and the quantity of assistance provided to its students, in the learning process. Hence, it is essential to analyze a student’s academic... More

  2. The development of a virtual learning platform for teaching concurrent programming languages in the Secondary Education: The use of Open Sim and Scratch4OS

    Nikolaos Pellas, University of the Aegean

    The present case study introduces the utilization of two well-known technologically advanced environments in a computer laboratory of a Greek High School and highlights the growing challenges and... More

  3. Adaptive Feedback Improving Learningful Conversations at Workplace

    Antonio Granito; Giuseppina Mangione, crmpa; Sergio Miranda, Francesco Orciuoli & Pierluigi Ritrovato

    This work proposes the definition of an Adaptive Conversation-based Learning System (ACLS) able to foster computer-mediated tutorial dialogues at the workplace in order to increase the probability ... More

  4. Automatic Concept Maps Generation in Support of Educational Processes

    Arianna Pipitone, Vincenzo Cannella & Roberto Pirrone, Dep. of Chemical, Management, Computer, Mechanical Engineering - DICGIM University of Palermo

    A VLE is a system where three main actors can be devised: the teacher in the role of instructional designer, the tutor, and the stu- dent. Instructional designers need easy interaction for... More

  5. Layered Evaluation in Recommender Systems: A Retrospective Assessment

    Nikos Manouselis, Agro-Know Technologies; Charalampos Karagiannidis, University of Thessaly; Demetrios Sampson, University of Piraeus & CERTH

    valuation of recommender systems has only lately started to become more systematic, since the emphasis has long been on the experimental evaluation of algorithmic performance. Recent studies have... More

  6. A cooperative multi-agent approach for the creation and annotation of adaptive content for E-learning

    Samir Bourekkache & Okba Kazar, LINFI Laboratory, Computer Science Department, Biskra University, Biskra, Algeria; Nabila Benharkat, IRIS Laboratory, lyon university; Laid Kahloul, LINFI Laboratory, Computer Science Department, Biskra University, Biskra, Algeria

    The creation of learning content is a main task in any E-learning environment. The constraints of minimizing the time required for developing a learning content and for increasing its scientific... More

  7. Exploratory study of multi-criteria recommendation algorithms over technology enhanced learning datasets

    Nikos Manouselis, Agro-Know Technologies; George Kyrgiazos, Computer Technology Institute; Giannis Stoitsis, Agro-Know Technologies

    Results of previous studies have indicated that the performance of recommendation algorithms depends on the characteristics of the application context. The same algorithms have shown to be... More

  8. E-learning: the recipe for success

    Leonardo Caporarello, Bocconi University; Giacomo Sarchioni

    The application of technology-based solutions in the world of education has been a “hot topic” for more than a decade. In particular, e-learning systems represent one of the most significant and... More