Mahieddine Djoudi

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Today, the resources available on the web increases significantly. The motivation for the dissemination of knowledge and their acquisition by learners is central to learning. However, learners show differences between the ways of learning that suits them best. The objective of the work presented in this paper is to study how it is possible to integrate(More)
Abdelhakim Herrouz Department of Computer Science, University Kasdi Merbah of Ouargla, Algeria Abdelhakim.herrouz@gmail.com Chabane Khentout Laboratoire des Réseaux et des Systèmes Distribués, University Ferhat Abbas of Sétif, Algeria khentout@yahoo.fr Mahieddine Djoudi Department XLIM-SIC UMR CNRS 7252 & TechNE Research Group, University of Poitiers,(More)
We presented an agent-based e-learning environment. Our aim was to allow many users to interact collectively and intelligently with the environment. In this cooperation model, human users and artificial agents carry out tasks in the learners’ service. We define the internal structure of our kernel supposed to work within Internet/Intranet settings. Design(More)
The purpose of this paper is to present an authoring tool for the development of a distance learning hypermedia intelligent tutoring system (HITS). Designed to satisfy guidelines of accessibility of the W3C recommendation for authors and learners that present disabilities, the authoring tool allows several authors geographically dispersed to cooperate to(More)
Web accessibility is actually the most important aspect for providing access to information and interaction for people with disabilities. However, it seems that the ability of users with disabilities to navigate over the Web is not dependent on the graphical complexity, but on the markup used to create the structure of the website. Consequently, it’s(More)
Nowadays, the Web has become one of the most widespread platforms for information change and retrieval. As it becomes easier to publish documents, as the number of users, and thus publishers, increases and as the number of documents grows, searching for information is turning into a cumbersome and timeconsuming operation. Because of the loose(More)
Nowadays, the video documents like educational courses available on the web increases significantly. However, the information retrieval systems today can not return to the users (students or teachers) of parts of those videos that meet their exact needs expressed by a query consisting of semantic information. In this paper, we present a model of pedagogical(More)
Despite the recent research, the Web remains mainly constituted of an ever-growing network of documents. As it becomes easier to publish documents, as the number of users and thus publishers, increases and as the number of documents grows, searching for information is turning into a cumbersome and time-consuming operation. Because of the loose(More)
In this study, we present users assistants for e-learning environment over the Web called AVUNET. It was made up of an educational server that allows access to the available courses on the site. The server was structured in pedagogical labs that respond to the user needs. It offers also a module for self-evaluation so that the user can evaluate his/her(More)
We Navigation through the Web has problems of positioning and space-temporal reference marks. Therefore, it’s necessary to design some computer-aided tools to help the user to position himself in space and time during a navigation session. The user is provided with a map of visited sites, thus giving an explicit representation of virtual space. Various(More)