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Lifewide learning recognizes learning to occur in a wide variety of contexts; geographical mobility is therefore important to its technological support. Such a requirement could perfectly be met by mobile computing. We propose MobiLP – a Web-based learning system which supports accesses from both mobile and nonmobile computing devices. It aims at providing… (More)
With the rapid development of Internet and World Wide Web (WWW), Web-Based Training (WBT) is developed in a phenomenal pace recently. By collecting data from the relevant Web log, learners’ behavior may be evaluated and thus be used to analyze system performance and improve system design. In this paper, we report such an effort an ongoing project towards… (More)
Instructional grammar is often used in Computer-assisted Language Learning (CALL) and the grammatical error detection is an important feature. However, it is not an easy task in Chinese language. There is no delimiter separating consecutive words in Chinese sentences. Word segmentation is a process in which proper word boundaries are identified. Before… (More)
This paper presents an architecture for creating, retrieving, and adapting materials on the World Wide Web for learning purposes. There are two major components in the architecture: Authoring Server (AS) and Courseware Server (CS). Associated with the architecture for running dynamic courseware, certain mechanisms are also imposed. These mechanisms involve… (More)
This article describes a simple and cheap method to allow various heterogeneous non-interlinked systems to access expensive laser printer facilities. Basically it is a software approach with the different systems print outputs redirected to a centralized system for spooling and printing services.
This paper argues that the conventional establishment of levels of Beginning, Intermediate and Upper Intermediate for teachers’ IT competency based on IT skill-sets is not be appropriate in enabling teachers for IT in education. Instead an Information-oriented model pegging on the central role of education is proposed.