Hsiu-Li Liao

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Advances in e-learning technologies parallels a general increase in sophistication by computer users. The use of just one theory or model, such as the technology acceptance model, is no longer sufficient to study the intended use of e-learning systems. Rather, a combination of theories must be integrated in order to fully capture the complexity of(More)
Streaming e-Learning systems have become widely available lately. Web-based streaming media, due to its low production cost, are generally the most popular way of providing e-learning services. However, considering the many different media formats (text, graphics, audio, video, and animations) that can be integrated into a streaming e-learning, how should a(More)
There have been many studies focusing on individuals’ knowledge sharing behavior in the organizational setting. With the rapid prevalence of social networking sites, many people began to express their thoughts or share their knowledge via Facebook website. Facebook is an open environment which does not provide any immediate monetary benefits to its users.(More)
Social bookmarking is a recent phenomenon which has the potential to give us a great deal of data about pages on the web. In this paper, we present an improved framework to web content classification based on Folksonomy. Since Folksonomy is keyword-based, it is associated with semantic problems. Various academicians have constructed ontologies to solve(More)