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Informatics in Education

2011 Volume 10, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Distributed Social Bookmarking Web Service Architecture. SOAP vs. iCamp FeedBack

    Andrej Afonin

    Social bookmarking services became very popular recently. Easy of use, possibility to share and discover in addition to accessibility though the Internet, turns social bookmarking systems into... More

    pp. 149-162

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  2. Exploring the Usage of a Video Application Tool: Experiences in Film Studies

    Nazlena Mohamad Ali & Alan F. Smeaton

    This paper explores our experiences in deploying a video application tool in film studies, and its evaluation in terms of realistic contextual end-users who have real tasks to perform in a real... More

    pp. 163-181

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  3. A Method for Rational Provision of Learning Syllabus

    Vida Drasute, Sigitas Drasutis & Dalia Baziuke

    Distance, e-education supported by technological development have enhanced educational processes by combining achievements from various scientific fields. This techno-educational enhancement has... More

    pp. 183-193

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  4. Visual NNet: An Educational ANN's Simulation Environment Reusing Matlab Neural Networks Toolbox

    Emilio Garcia-Roselló, Jacinto González-Dacosta, Maria J. Lado, Arturo J. Méndez, Baltasar Garcia Pérez-Schofield & Fátima Ferrer

    Artificial Neural Networks (ANN's) are nowadays a common subject in different curricula of graduate and postgraduate studies. Due to the complex algorithms involved and the dynamic nature of ANN's,... More

    pp. 225-232

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  5. Application of Cloud Computing at KTU: MS Live@Edu Case

    Regina Miseviciene, Germanas Budnikas & Danute Ambraziene

    Cloud computing is a significant alternative in today's educational perspective. The technology gives the students and teachers the opportunity to quickly access various application platforms and... More

    pp. 259-270

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  6. State-of-the-Art in Open Courseware Initiatives Worldwide

    Monica Vladoiu

    We survey here the state-of-the-art in open courseware initiatives worldwide. First, the MIT OpenCourseWare project is overviewed, as it has been the real starting point of the OCW movement.... More

    pp. 271-294

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