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Issue No.02 - March/April (2010 vol.14)
pp: 62-67
Mario Muñoz-Organero , Carlos III University of Madrid
Pedro J. Muñoz-Merino , Carlos III University of Madrid
Carlos Delgado Kloos , Carlos III University of Madrid
ABSTRACT
The social component of Web 2.0-related services is providing a new open and personal approach to how we expect things to solve problems in our information-driven world. In particular, students' learning needs require open, personal e-learning systems adapted to life-long learning needs in a rapidly changing environment. It therefore shouldn't be surprising that a new wave of ideas centered on pervasive systems has drawn so much attention. This article analyzes current trends in the evolution of e-learning architectures and describes a new architecture that captures the needs of both formal (instructor-led) and informal (student-led) learning environments.
INDEX TERMS
next-generation e-learning architectures, pervasive, personal, service-oriented e-learning platforms, e-learning
CITATION
Mario Muñoz-Organero, Pedro J. Muñoz-Merino, Carlos Delgado Kloos, "Personalized Service-Oriented E-Learning Environments", IEEE Internet Computing, vol.14, no. 2, pp. 62-67, March/April 2010, doi:10.1109/MIC.2009.121
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