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An Ontology-enabled Collaborative E-learning Model for Effective Management of Learning Resources

Web-based collaborative learning approaches that have been used successfully for knowledge acquisition and transfer in a higher education e-learning environment generate numerous valuable disparate learning resources from heterogeneous sources in multiple formats. These resources are often subject to various shortcomings such as the replication and redundancies in resources, the lack of transparency and authenticity, the restricted access, the lack of effective management and reuse. Effective management of these authenticated learning resources requires a holistic approach to manage both the content and ontologies for effective e-learning. To this end, this paper proposes utilising ontologies to support the management of learning resources and develops an ontology-enabled collaborative e-learning model for effective management of learning resources.
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