A Cloud-based Framework for Personalized Mobile Learning Provisioning using Learning Objects Metadata Adaptation

@inproceedings{Badidi2016ACF,
  title={A Cloud-based Framework for Personalized Mobile Learning Provisioning using Learning Objects Metadata Adaptation},
  author={Elarbi Badidi},
  booktitle={CSEDU},
  year={2016}
}
  • E. Badidi
  • Published in CSEDU 27 November 2016
  • Computer Science
With the proliferation of Internet-capable mobile handheld devices and the availability of wireless broadband networks, mobile learning is increasingly adopted to deliver learning content anywhere and anytime to mobile users. Offering compelling mobile learning solutions faces several challenges. These challenges are mainly the adaptation of the learning material to the profile and preferences of the mobile user and the support of multiple devices. Other concerns include the storage, retrieval… 

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