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Digital Object Identifier (DOI) : 10.14569/IJACSA.2017.080819
Article Published in International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications(IJACSA), Volume 8 Issue 8, 2017.
Abstract: This paper presents an issue that is important to consider when developing a learning environment whose field is constantly evolving mainly in terms of the use of training platforms. Research in this field has enabled the successful use of information technologies for the benefit of human learning, while placing the learner at the heart of pedagogic situations. It is also an environment that integrates human agents (tutors, learners) and artificial (computers) and allows them to interact locally or through computer networks, as well as conditions for accessing local or distributed training resources. Moreover, several computing environments for human learning (CEHL) platforms are available on the web for free access. These platforms are environments that offer a learner a multitude of courses in various formats in order to satisfy the learner’s desire to learn. Several CEHL platforms are available on the web for free access. But learning itself is not enough and that is why a new generation of advanced learning systems that integrate new pedagogical approaches giving the learner an active role to learn and acquire knowledge has emerged by offering more Interactivity and incorporating a more learner-centered vision. These new generations of advanced learning systems adapt to learners and their profiles by taking into account their cognitive, intellectual and motivational characteristics. An adaptation that cannot be achieved without the complicity of ontological engineering, which plays a very important role in the sharing of knowledge between humans and computers, and between computers and sharing, and reuse of concepts through computational semantics. By the same way, this paper aims at creating a process of modeling and managing profiles of learners based on ontology whatever the learning situation may be. This management process is implemented in computer’s environment based on the learner’s ontology that supports the learner by detecting the gaps in several factors in order to improve them and adapt the pedagogical content to the learner’s profile.
Korchi Adil, El Amrani El Idrissi Najiba and Oughdir Lahcen, “Modeling and Implementing Ontology for Managing Learners’ Profiles” International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications(IJACSA), 8(8), 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.14569/IJACSA.2017.080819