Towards a model for e-learning using web services and fuzzy logic
Source of Publication
Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCI'05
Many colleges and universities are adopting an e-learning approach in order to offer a variety of courses to a global student audience. This approach is vital to gain a market share in an increasingly competitive world and stay abreast with deployment and usage of new technologies. The process, by which e-learning courses are offered, maintained and updated in terms of syllabus and content vary amongst institutions mainly due to limitations in available resources. This paper presents current, ongoing work on building a prototype for an e-learning model that is based on fuzzy logic and web services to analyze, deploy, maintain and update an arbitrary course syllabus and its content by way of effective communication between players of the e-learning environment.
E-learning, Fuzzy reasoning and Web services, Human computer interaction
Younas, Irfan and Makki, Mohammad Asim, "Towards a model for e-learning using web services and fuzzy logic" (2005). All Works. 3696.
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