Web-Based Service for Collaborative Authoring Learning Using Grid Portal

  title={Web-Based Service for Collaborative Authoring Learning Using Grid Portal},
  author={Dayang Hjh. Tiawa Awang Hj. Hamid and N. Alias and A. H. Omar and M. R. Islam and Hafizah Farhah Saipan Saipol and S. Q. M. Palil and Asnida Che Abdul Ghani and N. Ramli},
  journal={Int. J. Knowl. Soc. Res.},
  • Dayang Hjh. Tiawa Awang Hj. Hamid, N. Alias, +5 authors N. Ramli
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Int. J. Knowl. Soc. Res.
  • The OER is a comparatively innovative phenomenon which perhaps seen as a part of a bigger movement towards openness in advanced education including more familiar and recognized trends, for example Open Access OA and Open Source Software OSS. This study introduces a web based service for collaborative authoring learning to create, share and explore dynamic contents since many problems occurred while using the current e-learning software such as Moodle and LAMS. This paper proposed the… CONTINUE READING
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