Thomas Enzi

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This paper illustrates the design and implementation of a highly flexible, electronic market-place for learning resources called UNIVERSAL. Integrating learning resource related data in a (semi-)automated way demands a flexible data model. The paper elaborates on components of an educational market-place model such as learning resources, agents, rights and(More)
This paper is an experience report describing the Learn@WU learning environment, which to our knowledge is one of the largest operational learning environments in higher education. The platform, which is entirely based on open source components, enjoys heavy usage by about 4,000 WU freshmen each year. At present, the learning environment supports 18(More)
The purpose of this paper is to apply e-learning standards to smart spaces for learning and teaching. Smart spaces are defined as network-based, integrated systems, which support its users in acquiring and delivering knowledge. Smart spaces have defined interfaces allowing interaction between learning management systems, content repositories, assessment(More)
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