Madeth May

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—Keeping track of user's communication activities in Web-based environments has always been considered a complex task. It requires tracking systems that are capable of efficiently tracking users' activities and producing tracking data that can be useful to various users. The objectives of this paper are twofold: (i) to present an approach for better(More)
This paper presents TrAVis (Tracking Data Analysis and Visualization Tools), a Web-based system that assists the students in visualizing their communication activities in distance learning situations. While most of the existing systems in the same genre are exclusively dedicated to the teachers, TrAVis is objectively designed and implemented for both(More)
Purpose – This paper presents a part of our research work that places an emphasis on Tracking Data Analysis and Visualization (TrAVis) tools, a web-based system, designed to enhance online tutoring and learning activities, supported by computer-mediated communication (CMC) tools. TrAVis is particularly dedicated to assist both tutors and students in the(More)
Tracking data of user's activities resulting from Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) tools (forum, chat, etc.) is often carried out in an ad-hoc manner, which either confines the reusability of data in different purposes or makes data exploitation difficult. Our research works are biased toward methodological challenges involved in designing and(More)
This paper presents an approach for closely observing the different levels of Human and Computer Interactions during student's communication activities on Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) tools. It focuses on how to efficiently track learners' activities, along with their outputs, and to exploit the collected tracking data in order to assist(More)
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