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A Proposal of an E-Learning Inter-Operable Platform Based on Semantic Web

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Electronic learning, commonly called e-learning, has the goal of using technology to spread knowledge. Actually, the fast growing of Internet has allowed the creation of a variety of e-learning platforms. Thus there is the need for the regulation and interoperation of these platforms. Interoperability is a key factor in e-learning systems because it allows exchange and reuse of educational resources developed in different platforms. Problems may appear in their design and implementation because of the lack of interoperability among educative platforms contents. For that reason, it is important to use meaningful information to make possible the interoperability among different environments and to help in the management of proper contents. This is the area where Semantic Web may play a key role for reaching this goal. In this work, we propose the design of an e-learning platform prototype, that using semantic meaning, helps in the solution of interoperability problems.

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Huamani, J. , Sequera, J. , Cañamero, J. , Mansilla, F. and Quispe, G. (2015) A Proposal of an E-Learning Inter-Operable Platform Based on Semantic Web. Creative Education, 6, 738-744. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.68076.


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