Knowledge-Chip Supported Content Recommendation in the e-Learning Context
Content recommendation is one of important learning supports in e-learning environments, which is often based on the recognition of the knowledge content itself that have been preset according to knowledge hierarchy. A knowledge-chip is a functional unit of knowledge and encompasses ontological, context and functional dimensions. With a case study analysis, this paper proposes the use of knowledge-chips in supporting content recommendation in the e-learning context.
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