Supporting knowledge Discovery in an eLearning Environment Having Social Components
One of the goals of the “Language Technology for LifeLong Learning” project is the creation of an appropriate methodology to support both formal and informal learning. Services are being developed that are based on the interaction between a formal representation of (domain) knowledge in the form of an ontology created by experts and a social component which complements it, that is tags and social networks. It is expected that this combination will improve learner interaction, knowledge discovery as well as knowledge co-construction.
KeywordsDomain Ontology Query Expansion Informal Learning Formal Learning Semantic Search
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