1999 journal article

Workflow and end-user quality of service issues in Web-based education


By: M. Vouk n, D. Bitzer n & R. Klevans*

author keywords: network-based education; end-user quality of service; Web lecture system; NovaNET; education workflows; distance education; computer-based training; system reliability; keystroke response time; Web-based instruction
TL;DR: This paper discusses some major issues that, although mostly solved for NBE, still face Web-based education (WEE), and suggests that a successful WEE system will have a sound auto-adaptive knowledge assessment component, a "virtual" laboratory capability, and a set of strong collaborative functions. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: August 6, 2018

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