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Essential Knowledge Aggregation, Delivery, and Assessment

By Igor Schagaev, Brian Kirk, Liz Bacon / May 2014

TYPE: HIGHER EDUCATION
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  • Thu, 09 Nov 2017
    Post by Prof I Schagaev

    much more details about these are in two papers

    https://www.academia.edu/7120735/Web-enhanced_design_of_university_curricula

    https://www.academia.edu/7120631/Multiple_Choice_Answers_Approach_Assessment_with_Penalty_Function_for_Computer_Science_and_Similar_Disciplines

    or for those who are not academia.edu members

    International Journal of Engineering Education Vol. 28, No. 6, pp. 12941300, 2012

  • Sun, 08 Mar 2015
    Post by Michael Charnine

    Design and development of self-evolving curriculum for high education using web-semantic schemes and methods lead to creation of new education paradigm using web efficiently, starting from keywords monitoring and finishing web-knowledge monitoring

  • Wed, 18 Jun 2014
    Post by L.Medvedeva

    The article deals with the current problem of information processing and improve the efficiency of the use of ICT in education.

  • Tue, 13 May 2014
    Post by Mehryar

    To consider the curriculum design aspect, the question is whether the present search engines are efficient enough to help in data mining the vast amount of data and extracting useful information on the Web.

  • Fri, 09 May 2014
    Post by David Andrew

    This is a very useful paper in the development of ideas about learning, the curriculum and assessment.