Implementation of a Novel Educational Modeling Approach for Cloud Computing

Sara Ouahabi, Ahmed Eddaoui, El Houssine Labriji, Elhabib Benlahmar, Kamal El Guemmat


The Cloud model is cost-effective because customers pay for their actual usage without upfront costs, and scalable because it can be used more or less depending on the customers’ needs. Due to its advantages, Cloud has been increasingly adopted in many areas, such as banking, e-commerce, retail industry, and academy.
For education, cloud is used to manage the large volume of educational resources produced across many universities in the cloud.
Keep interoperability between content in an inter-university Cloud is not always easy. Diffusion of pedagogical contents on the Cloud by different E-Learning institutions leads to heterogeneous content which influence the quality of teaching offered by university to teachers and learners. From this reason, comes the idea of using IMS-LD coupled with metadata in the cloud.
This paper presents the implementation of our previous educational modeling by combining an application in J2EE with Reload editor that consists of modeling heterogeneous content in the cloud.
The new approach that we followed focuses on keeping interoperability between Educational Cloud content for teachers and learners and facilitates the task of identification, reuse, sharing, adapting teaching and learning resources in the Cloud.


Cloud, Education, Interoperability, E-Learning, IMS-LD, Metadata

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Copyright (c) 2017 Sara Ouahabi, Ahmed Eddaoui, El Houssine Labriji, Elhabib Benlahmar, Kamal El Guemmat

International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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