Reputation Management in Privacy-Enhanced E-learning

@inproceedings{Anwar2006ReputationMI,
  title={Reputation Management in Privacy-Enhanced E-learning},
  author={Mohd Anwar and Jim E. Greer and ARIES Lab},
  year={2006}
}
Both privacy and trust are essential elements of an effective e-learning environment. Privacy provides a personal space to a member of an e-learning community, while trust is a crucial enabler for meaningful and mutually beneficial interactions that build and sustain collaboration (e.g. collaborative learning). Identity management (in the form of various degree of anonymity) is one technology-based approach to protect privacy. However, privacy-enhancing identity management (PIM) impedes… CONTINUE READING

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