Web-Based Intelligent E-Learning Systems: Technologies and Applications
Release Date: October, 2005. Copyright © 2006. 388 pages.
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DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-729-4, ISBN13: 9781591407294, ISBN10: 159140729X, EISBN13: 9781591407317
Collecting and presenting the latest research and development results from the leading researchers in the field of e-learning systems, Web-Based Intelligent E-Learning Systems: Technologies and Applications provides a single record of current research and practical applications in Web-based intelligent e-learning systems. This book includes major aspects of Web-based e-learning systems standards and certifications, design and development, key techniques, prototypes, products, and applications. Readers interested in the technologies and applications of distance education, online learning, and training will find this book a starting point for the understanding of the notions, techniques, and methods related to the research and developments of Web-based e-learning systems.
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Naomi Augar, Ruth Raitman, Elicia Lanham, Wanlei Zhou
This chapter introduces the concept of virtual learning communities and discusses and further enhances the theory and definitions presented in...
Manuel O. Cantero, Pedro P. Sanchez-Villalon
As e-learning gets more widespread, its definition is becoming more distinctive, implying the use of the Web for learning. The Web’s original...
Lisa M. Daniels, Jeff Terpstra, Kimberly Addicott, Brian M. Slator, Donald P Schwert, Bernhardt Saini-Eidukat, Phillip McClean, Alan R. White
The North Dakota State University (NDSU) World Wide Web Instructional Committee (WWWIC) is an inter-disciplinary research team, which has, since the...
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I found that there was much in this book that was of interest to me - and which, I believe would valuable to many others who are broadly interested in the general area of electronic learning.
– Philip Barker, University of Teesside, United Kingdom
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