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Title: “Enhancing quality of e-learning in virtual learning communities by finding quality learning content and trustworthy collaborators,”
Authors: Yang, S.J.H.: Chen, I.Y.L.;Kinshuk;Chen, N.S.
Contributors: 會計學系
Keywords: Electronic Learning
Educational Quality
Virtual Classrooms
Trust (Psychology)
Cooperation
Social Networks
Peer Relationship
Quality Control
Classification
Date: 2007
Issue Date: 2010-11-15T07:24:50Z
Abstract: Virtual learning communities encourage members to learn and contribute knowledge. However, knowledge sharing requires mutual-trust collaboration between learners and the contribution of quality knowledge. This task cannot be accomplished by simply storing learning content in repositories. It requires a mechanism to help learners find relevant learning content as well as knowledgeable collaborators to work with. In this paper, we present a peer-to-peer based social network to enhance the quality of e-learning regarding knowledge sharing in virtual learning communities. From a technical viewpoint, we will present advanced semantic search mechanisms for finding quality content and trustworthy collaborators. From the social viewpoint, we will address how to support a trustworthy social network that encourages learners to share. Results of this research demonstrate that applying such mechanisms to knowledge sharing can improve the quality of e-learning in virtual learning communities. (Contains 5 figures and 2 tables.)
Relation: Educational Technology & Society, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 84-95. (SSCI)
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