The Network Educational Resources Construction on Meteorology Based on Data Mining


With the vigorous development of the modern network education technology, the construction of network resource developed towards digital, intelligent and personalized, in order to satisfy the distance learners of different learning needs. By analyzing the problems currently learners in the use of the repository for learning generated by the proposed use of data mining techniques to further planning and construction of the repository, and on how to improve the organizational structure of the repository, and improve the utilization of the repository, personalized to meet the current in-depth research and analysis of learning problems.

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Chen, R. and Zhao, Y. (2015) The Network Educational Resources Construction on Meteorology Based on Data Mining. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 1-5. doi: 10.4236/jss.2015.36001.

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