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Activity Instantiation Model for e-Learning Engines

Published on None 2011 by Jorge Torres, Eduardo Juarez, Jes�s Resendiz
Design and Evaluation of Digital Content for Education
Foundation of Computer Science USA
DEDCE - Number 1
None 2011
Authors: Jorge Torres, Eduardo Juarez, Jes�s Resendiz
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Jorge Torres, Eduardo Juarez, Jes�s Resendiz . Activity Instantiation Model for e-Learning Engines. Design and Evaluation of Digital Content for Education. DEDCE, 1 (None 2011), 44-48.

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author = { Jorge Torres, Eduardo Juarez, Jes�s Resendiz },
title = { Activity Instantiation Model for e-Learning Engines },
journal = { Design and Evaluation of Digital Content for Education },
issue_date = { None 2011 },
volume = { DEDCE },
number = { 1 },
month = { None },
year = { 2011 },
issn = 0975-8887,
pages = { 44-48 },
numpages = 5,
url = { /proceedings/dedce/number1/2812-dece007/ },
publisher = {Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), NY, USA},
address = {New York, USA}
}
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%A Jorge Torres
%A Eduardo Juarez
%A Jes�s Resendiz
%T Activity Instantiation Model for e-Learning Engines
%J Design and Evaluation of Digital Content for Education
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%P 44-48
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%I International Journal of Computer Applications
Abstract

In Learning Process Engines, a main concern is to deliver rich pedagogical learning scenarios. However current e-learning systems are not completely capable of handling complex role structures and learning activity flows. To solve this issue, an activity instantiation model based on role access control is proposed. This model is capable of ensuring the completeness of the learning flow for each learner, and it allows the learner and the professor to know and maintain control of her learning process and also to participate with other learners in team-based tasks.

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Index Terms

Computer Science
Information Sciences

Keywords

Learning Process Engines Learning Systems Platforms and Architectures LPCEL Activity Instantiation Model