Interactive Technology and Smart Education: Volume 5 Issue 3


Information and Knowledge Management

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Defining e‐services using a co‐design platform: Example in the domain of instrumental e‐learning

Olivier Sébastien, Noël Conruyt, David Grosser

One of the aims of expert knowledge management via information and communication technology is to improve the efficiency of knowledge transfer to non‐specialists, and to…

Arabic supervised learning method using N‐gram

Majed Sanan, Mahmoud Rammal, Khaldoun Zreik

Recently, classification of Arabic documents is a real problem for juridical centers. In this case, some of the Lebanese official journal documents are classified, and the…

A closer look at tracking human and computer interactions in web‐based communications

Madeth May, Sébastien George, Patrick Prévôt

Keeping track of users' communication activities in web‐based environments has always been considered a complex task. It requires tracking systems that are capable of…

ActiveTutor: towards more adaptive features in an e‐learning framework

Jean‐Pierre Fournier, Jean‐Paul Sansonnet

This paper aims to sketch the emerging notion of auto‐adaptive software when applied to e‐learning software.

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