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The growth of the Internet has altered the way individuals learn. The recent advent of e-learning technology has made training, teaching and learning on the Internet more feasible. The new challenge for Internet education providers is attracting potential learners to use an e-learning website. This study develops a technology usage model for an e-learning(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)
The evolution of Internet offers new tools allowing ordinary people to become content creators. One of the latest popular tools is the Internet-based blog. Few previous studies explored and examined user motivations of blogging. In this study, expectancy theory is applied to construct a conceptual framework as well as a measurable model on bloggers'(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)