eLearning based on the Semantic Web

  title={eLearning based on the Semantic Web},
  author={Ljiljana Stojanovic and Ljiljana. Stojanovic},
eLearning is efficient, task relevant and just-in-time learning grown from the learningrequirements of the new, dynamically changing, distributed business world. The term „Semantic Web” encompasses efforts to build a new WWW architecture that enhances content with formal semantics, which enables better possibilities for navigating through the cyberspace and accessing its contents. As such, the Semantic Web represents a promising technology for realizing eLearning requirements. This paper… CONTINUE READING
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