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Towards a semantic learning model fostering learning object reusability

Abstract : We try in this paper to propose a domain model for both author's and learner's needs concerning learning objects reuse. First of all, we present four key criteria for an efficient authoring tool: adaptive level of granularity, flexibility, integration and interoperability. Secondly, we introduce and describe our six-level Semantic Learning Model (SLM) designed to facilitate multi-level reuse of learning materials and search by defining a multi-layer model for metadata. Finally, after mapping different learning content models with our SLM, we show how our Phoenix authoring tool can deal efficiently with share-and-reuse problem.
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Emmanuel Fernandes, Hend Madhour, Maia Wentland Forte, Sami Miniaoui. Towards a semantic learning model fostering learning object reusability. International Conference on Human System Learning (ICHSL) 2005, 2005, Marrakesh, Morocco. 11 p. ⟨hal-00190205⟩



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