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Título: Ensemble: an e-learning framework
Autor: Queirós, Ricardo
Leal, José Paulo
Palavras-chave: Automatic evaluation
E-learning
Interoperability
Standards
Data: 2013
Editora: J.UCS Consortium
Citação: Ricardo Queirós and José Paulo Leal (2013), Ensemble - An E-Learning Framework. Journal of Universal Computer Science, Special issue on Cloud Education Environments, 19:14, 2127-2149
Resumo: E-Learning frameworks are conceptual tools to organize networks of elearning services. Most frameworks cover areas that go beyond the scope of e-learning, from course to financial management, and neglects the typical activities in everyday life of teachers and students at schools such as the creation, delivery, resolution and evaluation of assignments. This paper presents the Ensemble framework - an e-learning framework exclusively focused on the teaching-learning process through the coordination of pedagogical services. The framework presents an abstract data, integration and evaluation model based on content and communications specifications. These specifications must base the implementation of networks in specialized domains with complex evaluations. In this paper we specialize the framework for two domains with complex evaluation: computer programming and computer-aided design (CAD). For each domain we highlight two Ensemble hotspots: data and evaluations procedures. In the former we formally describe the exercise and present possible extensions. In the latter, we describe the automatic evaluation procedures.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.22/3366
ISSN: 0948-695X
0948-6968
Versão do Editor: http://www.jucs.org/jucs_19_14/ensemble_an_elearning_framework
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