Interactive Technology and Smart Education: Volume 2 Issue 4


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Communication, conceptualization and articulation

Adel Elsayed, Roger Hartley

Learning can be viewed as a communication process that puts the learner in contact with concepts created by others. A result of communication is that an act of interpretation…

Research methods for validating and deriving guidelines for e‐learning online communities

Chadia Abras, Ant Ozok, Jenny Preece

E‐learning is becoming a major component in academia today. Therefore, the success of e‐learning online communities is crucial in order to ensure their permanency and…

Communication patterns in e‐learning communities

Georgios A. Dafoulas, Mike Mimirinis

This paper discusses the key findings of an investigation of e‐learning computer systems and the establishment of a technology framework for a new generation of e‐learning…

Towards Web Service‐based Educational Systems

Demetrios G Sampson

The need for designing the next generation of web service‐based educational systems with the ability of integrating components from different tools and platforms is now recognised…

Privacy in e‐learning: anonymity, pseudonyms and authenticated usage

Edgar R. Weippl, A Min Tjoa

Privacy is a requirement that has not received the required attention in most e‐learning platforms. Based on the results of a survey we identified weaknesses of e‐learning…

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