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Studying Stress on e-Learning Users

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Studying Stress on e-Learning Users
E-Learning, much like any other communication processes, has been signicantly shaped by technological evolution. In its original form, e-Learning aimed to bring the education closer to people, making it more modular and personalized. However, in reality, we observe that it represents a separation between student and teacher, simplifying this relationship to the exchange of "text-based messages", leaving aside all the important contextual richness of the classroom. We are addressing this issue by devising a contextual layer for e-Learning platforms. Particularly, in this paper we describe a solution to convey information about the level of stress of the students so that the teacher can take better and more informed decisions concerning the management of the learning process. Key words: Stress, Behavioural Analysis, Moodle
Davide Carneiro, Sérgio Gonçalves, Paulo
Added 28 Apr 2014
Updated 28 Apr 2014
Type Journal
Year 2013
Where EPIA
Authors Davide Carneiro, Sérgio Gonçalves, Paulo Novais, José Neves
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