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Personalisation Services for Self E-learning Networks [chapter]

Kevin Keenoy, Alexandra Poulovassilis, Vassilis Christophides, Philippe Rigaux, George Papamarkos, Aimilia Magkanaraki, Miltos Stratakis, Nicolas Spyratos, Peter Wood
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper describes the personalisation services designed for self e-learning networks in the SeLeNe project.  ...  Work supported by the SeLeNe project (Self e-Learning Networks), funded by EU FP5 under action line V.  ...  The SeLeNe (self e-learning networks) project is investigating the feasibility and design of a tool to support learning communities, matching learners' needs with the educational resources potentially  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27834-4_27 fatcat:3sy4nopbnve43dwoym7x5tm63y

Individualised Navigation Services in Learning Networks [chapter]

Hans Hummel, Bert van den Berg, Adriana Berlanga, Hendrik Drachsler, José Janssen, Rob Nadolski, Rob Koper
2009 Learning Network Services for Professional Development  
Berlanga et al. (2008) have drawn up some additional requirements for an e-portfolio description to be useful for more personalised navigation in Learning Networks.  ...  Model for Navigation Services Our model for navigation servicesin Learning Networks is depicted in Fig. 6 .2.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-00978-5_6 fatcat:cuuswy3q3rce7j4dmht2rh5v2a

Peer advocacy in a personalized landscape

Andrew Power, Ruth Bartlett, Edward Hall, Roy McConkey, Fiona Keogh
2016 Journal of Intellectual Disabilities  
The changing context of day service provision is an outcome of broader social care personalisation (self-directed support) which emphasises giving people 'choice and control' in the services they receive  ...  e r R e v i e w 5 intellectual disabilites in developing learning and support communities (under the guise of peer-advocacy) with potential to have transformative consequences for those seeking  ... 
doi:10.1177/1744629516634561 pmid:26920751 fatcat:ygmircj76fb2nl2lirzsofo3ru

Digital Learning Environment Values of Pre-Service Teachers as a Basis for Successful Professional Self-Realisation: A Case Study

Olga Yakovleva
2022 Education Sciences  
The findings can be beneficial in terms of e-learning practices, DLE design, and the organisation of internships.  ...  to facilitate mastering an expanded set of competencies for successful professional self-realisation.  ...  E-learning and blended learning are optional for school education.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci12020120 doaj:2f8bcdb2ae964824aa92e67945d6de64 fatcat:pfwo43d3r5bc5dkkbumtmftwnu

Distributed solutions for ubiquitous computing and ambient intelligence

Sergio F. Ochoa, Diego López-de-Ipiña
2014 Future generations computer systems  
This proposal introduces a systematic approach to service personalisation for mobile users in pervasive environments.  ...  The article also proposes a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) for integrating existing cloud services into new applications supporting these learning activities.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.future.2014.01.004 fatcat:amywp2mhlnfixccukkphblhyl4

Is Cloud Computing the Silver Lining for European Schools?

Ingo K. Bosse, Niamh Armstrong, Daniela Schmeinck
2016 International Journal for Digital Society (IJDS)  
Cloud computing can be a key driver for innovation and transformation in learning and teaching. The School on the Cloud network aims to explore new, dynamic ways to educate.  ...  Secondly, the study presents a manual on how to implement Cloudrelated learning and teaching.  ...  In this regard, i-Learning is an improved version of e-learning, as it uses e-learning tools and combines these with the basic aspects of personalised learning.  ... 
doi:10.20533/ijds.2040.2570.2016.0143 fatcat:d73js42vt5hrxmis2fkfaaqphy

Open corpus architecture for personalised ubiquitous e-learning

Cristina Hava Muntean, Gabriel-Miro Muntean
2007 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
personalisation of e-learning material.  ...  This paper proposes an innovative ubiquitous e-learning environment called Performance-based E-learning Adaptive Cost-efficient Open Corpus frameworK (PEACOCK) that provides support for the selection and  ...  One reason for this spurt in growth has been e-learning ability to link to other enterprise systems. Another driver of demand has been a shift towards greater use of ''self-service'' systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-007-0189-5 fatcat:s2lvenrprja3ddkudm77cieype

An intelligent semantic e-learning framework using context-aware Semantic Web technologies

Weihong Huang, David Webster, Dawn Wood, Tanko Ishaya
2006 British Journal of Educational Technology  
Tanko Ishaya is a lecturer with the Centre for Internet Computing, the University of Hull, UK. His research focuses on the use of ontologies and agents for personalised e-learning services.  ...  e-learning have shown a trend of applying innovative computational techniques, especially Semantic Web technologies, to promote existing content-focused learning services to semantic-aware and personalised  ...  Future work on this framework includes further developments of the semantic contextaware information management service, interoperation with other learning specifications such as SCORM and LD, support  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8535.2006.00610.x fatcat:shlhzqj2ojhxlgkaoeg3dt2twi

A Conceptual Framework for Task and Tool Personalisation in IS Education [chapter]

Philipp Melzer
2018 A Conceptual Framework for Personalised Learning  
This paper analyses personalised learning in collaborative, self-regulated e-learning approaches applying the theory of cognitive fit to explain the personalisation of learning tasks and learning tools  ...  Learner-centred, self-regulated learning approaches such as flipped classrooms or personalised learning environments are popular.  ...  , podcasts, social networks, or social bookmarking services (Attwell 2007 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-658-23095-1_3 fatcat:lajrzy3dmjdnhf3i7kerjwrwdy

From transmission to dialogue: Personalised and social knowledge media

Christian Dalsgaard
2009 MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research  
The concept of knowledge media is intended to describe individuals' use of media for learning in both formal and informal situations inside and outside of institutions.  ...  Based on socio-cultural theory, the article develops the concept of knowledge media and argues that personalised and social media can support new ways of learning with media.  ...  In recent years, personalisation has become a part of discussions within the fi eld of e-learning.  ... 
doi:10.7146/mediekultur.v25i46.1333 fatcat:d6dxkz5j4jbcznwqixwvzszxiu

Personalised and self regulated learning in the Web 2.0 era: International exemplars of innovative pedagogy using social software

Catherine McLoughlin, Mark J. W. Lee
2010 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
As argued in this article, however, in order for self-regulated learning to come to fruition, students need not only to be able to choose and personalise what tools and content are available, but also  ...  Used appropriately, these tools can shift control to the learner, through promoting learner agency, autonomy and engagement in social networks that straddle multiple real and virtual learning spaces independent  ...  Personalisation and personal learning environments Although many CMSs and VLEs used by institutions as platforms for e-learning delivery permit each student to have a personal view of the courses they  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.1100 fatcat:ycfnhqcz4nbu3hwvsfsxkguyya

5G technologies boosting efficient mobile learning

Helen C. Leligou, Emmnouil Zacharioudakis, Louisa Bouta, Evangelos Niokos, N. Mastorakis, V. Mladenov, A. Bulucea
2017 MATEC Web of Conferences  
To increase the learning efficiency, personalisation (in terms of selecting the learning content, type and presentation) and adaptation of the learning experience in real time based on the experienced  ...  countries, which introduces the need for learning other languages, for training on different skills and learning about the new cultural and societal framework.  ...  of the learning allowing for self-reflection as well as for experience personalisation.  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/201712503004 fatcat:4npv5p6o5beapelg3voldx7sim

Report on the workshop on metadata management in grid and peer-to-peer systems, London, December 16 2003

Kevin Keenoy, Alexandra Poulovassilis, Vassilis Christophides, George Loizou, Giorgos Kokkinidis, George Samaras, Nicolas Spyratos
2004 SIGMOD record  
The workshop was organised by the SeLeNe (Self e-Learning Networks) IST project as part of its dissemination activities 2 .  ...  The target audience for this event were researchers from the Grid, peer-to-peer and e-learning communities, as well as other application areas requiring Grid and/or peer-to-peer support.  ...  The presentations in this session identified several common issues arising in systems providing personalised e-learning.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1031570.1031592 fatcat:ygojpv3jsnhyporwxu7in77ioq

Knowing public services: Cross-sector intermediaries and algorithmic governance in public sector reform

Ben Williamson
2014 Public Policy and Administration  
service users, in order to co-produce personalised services.  ...  Their objective is a new style of political governance based on human-computer interaction and machine learning techniques in which citizens are to be governed as co-producers of personalised services  ...  The self-regulating, networked and interactive image of the citizen participating in the "Pro-Am revolution" is part of a wide and ambitious Demos project to "personalise" public services in the UK.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0952076714529139 fatcat:l4qbda47sfa7vcvlo7txn7gqxe

SeLeNe Deliverable 7: Report on the IST Workshop on Metadata Management in GRID and P2P Systems

2003 Metadata Management in Grid and P2P Systems  
The SeLeNe Project SeLeNe (Self e-Learning Networks) is an Accompanying Measure in the IST Action Line "Information and Knowledge Grids".  ...  The presentations in this session brought to light several core issues that arise for systems providing personalised e-learning.  ...  The results are compared with the target that we set ourselves: We expect to obtain an overall average score of at least 4 for each of the morning and afternoon sessions and for the Workshop as a whole  ... 
dblp:conf/mmgps/X03 fatcat:dbats7e76fhoxkypzj36x6ds6i
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