Knowledge-Based Virtual Education: User-Centred Paradigms

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Claude Ghaoui
Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 6, 2005 - Computers - 262 pages
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Virtual learning plays an important role in providing academicians, educators and students alike, with advanced learning experiences. At the forefront of these current technologies are knowledge-based systems that assess the environment in which such learning will occur and are adaptive by nature to the individual needs of the user. This monograph provides a wide range of innovative approaches of virtual education with a special emphasis on inter-disciplinary approaches. The book covers a multitude of important issues on the subject of "Innovations in Knowledge-Based Virtual Education ", aiming at researchers and practitioners from academia, industry, and government. The carefully selected contributions report on research, development and real-world experiences of virtual education such as intelligent virtual teaching, web-based adaptive learning systems, intelligent agents or using multiagent intelligence.


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Claude Ghaoui, Ph.D., is a senior lecturer in computer systems (since 1995) at the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, Liverpool JMU, UK. Her research interests and expertise are mainly in human computer interaction, multimedia/Internet technology and their applications in education. She is a UK correspondent for EUROMICRO (since 1998) and served on programme committees for several international HCI/multimedia conferences. Since 2000, she has been an advisor for eUnivervity (UK-based), which promotes and provides online learning. She is the editor of two books, "E-Educational Applications: Human Factors and Innovative Approaches," 2004 published by IRM Press, and "Usability Evaluation of Online Learning Programs," 2003 published by Information Science Publishing.

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