Kamal Eddine El Kadiri

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Our aim is to propose a collaborative methodological approach centred on learners and based on the Web 2.0 tools in order to make E-learning 2.0. It is based on a process consisting of four iterative steps which are: grouping, collaborating, validating and publishing content. In this context, learners will be the creators of the content of assigned courses(More)
The domain of traditional hypermedia is revolutionized by the arrival of the concept of adaptation. Currently the domain of Adaptive Hypermedia Systems (AHS) is constantly growing. A major goal of current research is to provide a personalized educational experience that meets the needs specific to each learner (knowledge level, goals, motivation etc...). In(More)
The term "Web 2. 0" was coined to indicate a set of changes in web applications as they have become more interactive, social and user-centric. These changes were characterized by software migration to the Web creating accordingly more interactive applications. On their part, Integrated Development Environments have turned to the Web taking(More)
This article presents the results of research done on Web 2.0 within the School of Information Sciences ESI. It aims to study the behavior of different academic actors who deal with information, among whom we cite teachers, students of masters and students of information sciences in Morocco, face to Web 2.0’s services. Firstly, it aims to evaluate the use(More)
The main objective of this article is to adapt the Vwiki, tool proposed by our research laboratory, as a solution to the submergence of obsolete, unstructured wikis with wrong contents that are spreading through the web. Thus is for the eleraning environment purpose. Due to the mechanism of the content validation by pairs, such as Wikipedia, and the dynamic(More)
Web 2.0 to democratize access to information by providing a platform fairly comprehensive, free, open and often gratuitous, which allows players with little technical knowledge to participate and take ownership of the new features of the web. It is in this context where this article is positioned being part of a series of scientific research conducted by(More)
The philosophy of web 2.0 applications relies on the implication of web users unlike its predecessor. These interesting phenomena unleashed enormous potentials of content creation by ordinary users. In one hand, this usage shifting has lead to massive amount of content with unknown quality degree. In the other hand, web has become an essential source of(More)