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Title: Relationships between users, resources and services in learning object repositories
Author: Conesa Caralt, Jordi  
Rodríguez González, M. Elena  
Minguillón Alfonso, Julià  
Keywords: Digital repositories;Learning objects;Resources;Modeling;Recommendation systems;Reputation schemes
Issue Date: Nov-2012
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Conesa, J.;Minguillón, J.;Rodríguez, M. E.. (2012). "Relationships between users, resources and services in learning object repositories". A:Dodero, J. M.;Palomo, M.;Karampimperis, P..Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Metadata and Semantics Research (MTSR 2012). Pág. 127-132. ISBN:978-3-642-35232-4.
Abstract: In this paper we describe a proposal for defining the relationships between resources, users and services in a digital repository. Nowadays, virtual learning environments are widely used but digital repositories are not fully integrated yet into the learning process. Our final goal is to provide final users with recommendation systems and reputation schemes that help them to build a true learning community around the institutional repository, taking into account their educational context (i.e. the courses they are enrolled into) and their activity (i.e. system usage by their classmates and teachers). In order to do so, we extend the basic resource concept in a traditional digital repository by adding all the educational context and other elements from end-users' profiles, thus bridging users, resources and services, and shifting from a library-centered paradigm to a learning-centered one.
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/17721
Other Identifiers: 978-3-642-35232-4
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