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Data Mining in E-Learning
Self-directed e-learning focuses on the independent learner, one who engages in education at his own pace, free from curricular obligation. A number of tools, some purposefully and others serendipitously, have become key enablers of this learning paradigm. For example, tools such a Google Scholar, CiteSeer Research Index, etc. make it possible to do literature search without stepping out of one's room. Due to the same technologies which helped make self-directed e-learning possible in the firstdoi:10.2495/1-84564-152-3/02 fatcat:l7d26y7hkngixopnudrnolazca