A web-based annotation tool supporting e-learning

@inproceedings{Bonifazi2002AWA,
  title={A web-based annotation tool supporting e-learning},
  author={F. Bonifazi and Stefano Levialdi and Paola Rizzo and Rosa Trinchese},
  booktitle={AVI},
  year={2002}
}
A typical user, when learning, annotates text, figures and other contents, so as to better highlight, memorize, and retrieve relevant information. A few annotation programs exist but either change the contents of the document, or do not support distance learning through the web. We report work-in-progress on a <u>u</u>ser-<u>c</u>entered <u>a</u>nnotation <u>t</u>ool (UCAT) which allows students to annotate, following their personal styles, (using different icons, colors and signed versions… CONTINUE READING

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