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Online curriculum on the semantic Web: the CSD-UoC portal for peer-to-peer e-learning

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Online curriculum on the semantic Web: the CSD-UoC portal for peer-to-peer e-learning
Online Curriculum Portals aim to support networks of instructors and learners by providing a space of convergence for enhancing peer-to-peer learning interactions among individuals of an educational institution. To this end, effective, open and scalable e-learning systems are required to acquire, store, and share knowledge under the form of learning objects (LO). In this paper, we are interested in exploiting the semantic relationships that characterize these LOs (e.g., prerequisite, part-of or see-also) in order to capture and access individual and group knowledge in conjunction with the learning processes supported by educational institutions. To achieve this functionality, Semantic Web (e.g., RDF/s) and declarative query languages (e.g., RQL) are employed to represent LOs and their relationships (e.g., LOM), as well as, to support navigation at the conceptual e-learning Portal space. In this way, different LOs could be presented to the same learners, according to the traversed sche...
Dimitris Kotzinos, Sofia Pediaditaki, Apostolos Ap
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Year 2005
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Authors Dimitris Kotzinos, Sofia Pediaditaki, Apostolos Apostolidis, Nikolaos Athanasis, Vassilis Christophides
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