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Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

May 28, 2012 Volume 8, Number 2


Luigi Colazzo

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 12

  1. Describe the documents from the search for the word to search for meaning

    Giorgio Poletti, Università di Ferrara, Italy

    The article aims to reflect, as much organic as possible, the relationship that has arisen between the applications of semantic web and educational technology. The choice set according to this line... More

    pp. 13-21

  2. Semantic Web and Internet of Things Supporting Enhanced Learning

    Giovanni Adorni, Mauro Coccoli & Ilaria Torre, Università di Genova, Italy

    This paper outlines possible evolution trends of e-learning, supported by most recent advancements in the World Wide Web. Specifically, we consider a situation in which the Semantic Web technology ... More

    pp. 23-32

  3. Interlinking e-Learning Resources and the Web of Data for Improving Student Experience

    Antonella Carbonaro, Università di Bologna, Italy

    The Web provides not only several data sources with useful and relevant information with e-Learning purposes, but also information that is not easy to retrieve. The web of linked data is a... More

    pp. 33-44

  4. Conversation-based Learning in the Social Semantic Web

    Giuseppina Mangione, Francesco Orciuoli, Matteo Gaeta & Saverio Salerno, Università di Salerno, Italy

    The collaborative approaches based on concepts of Knowledge construction and knowledge creation consider the learning as a direct function of processes of social participation and dynamic... More

    pp. 45-63

  5. Semantic Technologies and e-Learning: towards an entity-centric approach for Learning Management Systems

    Paolo Bouquet & Andrea Molinari, Università di Trento, Italy

    In the past, the application of semantic technologies to educational settings attracted a lot of attention, in particular regarding those approaches and software tools able to enrich, categorize... More

    pp. 65-84

  6. Assets and intellectual capital management into the ETC project

    Paolo Maresca, Università di Napoli, Italy; Lidia Stanganelli, Università di Genova, Italy; Ferdinando Gorga, IBM Italia, Italy

    One of the important aspects in the software development process is the knowledge transfer between team members. This process exhibits some critical points: the knowledge transfer during the... More

    pp. 85-95

  7. A semantic approach implemented in a system recommending resources for cultural heritage tourism

    Pierpaolo Di Bitonto, Maria Laterza, Veronica Rossano & Teresa Roselli, Università di Bari, Italy

    In the last few years the tourism industry has profoundly changed. Today, a large number of tourists use the internet to find destinations, itineraries, services or travel packages, rather than... More

    pp. 97-106

  8. e-Learning at the Coimbra Group Universities

    Task Coimbra Group, Coimbra Group, Belgium

    This document is the result of a Strategic Workshop held in Leuven by the Task Force e-Learning (TF eL) of the Coimbra Group (CG), followed by a series of meetings with the TF members on this issue... More

    pp. 107-111

  9. Semantic Wiki: a collaborative tool for instructional content design

    Mauro Coccoli & Gianni Vercelli, Università di Genova, Italy; Giuliano Vivanet, Università di Cagliari, Italy

    The rapid evolving of web technologies has brought to the increasingly diffusion of applications making the Web an interactive social network environment. The World Wide Web Consortium and several ... More

    pp. 113-122

  10. Qualitative research methods to analyze Learning 2.0 processes: Categorization, recurrence, saturation and multimedia triangulation

    Gustavo Costantino, Centro de Investigaciones en Antropologia Cultural y Filosofca, Argentina; Juliana Raffaghelli, Università Cà Foscari, Italy; Guadalupe Alvarez & Lourdes Moran, Centro de Investigaciones en Antropologia Cultural y Filosofca, Argentina

    The developments of the Web have generated new modalities and contexts of learning, shaping what is nowadays called “Learning 2.0”. Within this new phenomenon it arises a trend of moving out from... More

    pp. 123-133

  11. Organizational well-being in prison

    Giovanni Suriano & Elisa Suriano, Ministero della Giustizia, Italy; Simona Guzzi, Università Suor Orsola Benincasa, Italy

    The project deals with the issue of well-being in the penitentiary organizations and therefore the dynamics concerning relations between civil and prison professionals as well as between... More

    pp. 135-141

  12. Semantic Web and evaluation of learning

    Corrado Presti & Maria Nicolosi, Provincial Health Company, Italy

    The semantic web is an extension of the traditional web by introducing the meaning of the data and it adds new functionalities to machines which become able to understand and process the data,... More

    pp. 143-148