A Semantic Web Solution for Enhancing The Interoperability of E-learning Systems by Using Next Generation of SCORM Specifications
Keywords:semantic web, RDF, E-learning, SCORM, interoperability, LRS, LMS, Moodle
E-learning is a very dynamic field, constantly growing, which refers to an educa-tional content or learning experiences provided or made by means of digital tech-nologies. The development of this area has a direct impact on the quality of edu-cation and cost reduction. E-learning is now dominated by learning management systems such as Moo-dle, to improve the interoperability of these systems; the use of data / resources is a major requirement, this need to push the e-Learning community to seek new approaches to improve this interoperability of systems. On the other hand, se-mantic Web technologies offers standards like RDF allows to describe Web re-sources with their metadata. We propose in this work an approach based on Se-mantic Web technology to improve the interoperability of e-Learning systems like Moodle.
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