Mobile Applications and Semantic-Web – A case study on Automated Course Management

Samir Abou El-Seoud, Hosam El-Sofany, Islam Taj-Eddin


Different types of e-assessment systems that are recognized at universities and based on the campus wireless have been developed. These systems help the students to use their Mobile Phones as learning media to access the information more easily from anywhere and at any time.  Seppala and Alamaki developed a mobile learning project for teacher training. Their study compared the effectiveness of internet, face-to-face and mobile based instructions.        Al Masri has proposed a study to compare the effective strategy in paper-based assessment with mobile-based assessment for assessing university students in English literature. It has been found that students gained better scores in mobile phone-based test than in paper-based test.  This paper aims to determine and measure the effects of mobile-based assessments on the perception, achievement levels and performance of the students in internet-assisted courses. The main functionalities and features of this paper are: Knowledge evaluation, automatic generation of exams, exam grading, communication, course management, and questions-bank database.


E-Learning; Mobile-based Evaluation Systems; Interactive Educational Applications; Course Management System; M-learning; Semantic Web.

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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