U-SEA: A Learning Environment Ubiquitous Using Cloud Computing
Keywords:Cloud Computing, U-learning
The spread of the use of virtual learning environments presents a great potential for the development of applications that meet needs in the area of education. In view of the importance of a more dynamic implementation and that it will be able to continually adapt to the needs of students, it was proposed and developed the U-SEA (System of Teaching Adapted Ubiquitous). A software built on the basis of the virtual learning environment Moodle, having as main purpose the adaptation to the context of the computational student, glimpsing techniques characteristics such as the suitability of the environment the connection speed of the user, provided with an infrastructure for Cloud Computing.
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