A Proposed Smart E-Learning System Using Cloud Computing Services: PaaS, IaaS and Web 3.0

Dr.Mona M. Nasr, Shimaa Ouf


E-learning systems need to improve its infrastructure, which can devote the required computation and storage resources for e-learning systems. Microsoft cloud computing technologies although in their early stages, have managed to change the way applications are going to be developed and accessed. The objective of the paper is to combine various technologies to design architecture which describe E-learning systems. Web 3.0 uses widget aggregation, intelligent retrieval, user interest modeling and semantic annotation. These technologies are aimed at running applications as services over the internet on a flexible infrastructure. Cloud computing provides a low cost solution to academic institutions for their researchers, faculty and learners. In this paper we integrate cloud computing as a platform with web 3.0 for building intelligent e-learning systems.


web 3.0, e-learning, semantic annotation, intelligent retrieval, cloud computing, Microsoft windows azure, software as a services (SaaS), infrastructure as a services (IaaS), platform as a services (PaaS).

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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