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Ontology-based learning content repurposing

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Ontology-based learning content repurposing
This paper investigates basic research issues that need to be addressed for developing an architecture that enables repurposing of learning objects in a flexible way. Currently, there are a number of Learning Object Content Models (e.g. the SCORM Content Aggregation Model) that define learning objects and their components in a more or less precise way. However, these models do not allow repurposing of fine-grained components (sentences, images...). We developed an ontology-based solution for content repurposing. The ontology is a solid basis for an architecture that will enable on-the-fly access to learning object components and that will facilitate repurposing these components. Categories and Subject Descriptors K.3 [Computing Milieux]: Computers and Education; H.3.m [Information Storage and Retrieval]: Miscellaneous General Terms: Learning objects
Katrien Verbert, Dragan Gasevic, Jelena Jovanovic,
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where WWW
Authors Katrien Verbert, Dragan Gasevic, Jelena Jovanovic, Erik Duval
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