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    Title: Database Support of Web Course Development with Design Patterns
    Authors: Timothy K. Shih;Shi-Kuo Chang;Timothy Arndt
    Keywords: Distance Learning;Design Pattern
    Date: 2000-06
    Issue Date: 2010-01-29 15:57:12 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Current distance learning is mostly based on Web technologies. However, course materials announced as Web documents do not have a normalized structure. It is difficult for students to realize where they are in a Web navigation graph. On the other hand, a text book has a fixed structure, such as the hierarchy of chapters and the index. A text book reader knows how to start searching for information with the common structure of books in his/her mind. If distance learning course materials are organized in one or two patterns, it would be easier for an individual student to follow. We investigate this approach, and propose a system for Web course designs with patterns. The system also serves as a front end module of a Web learning environment which provides automatic assessment of student performance
    Relation: Proceedings of The Workshop on Web-based Education & Learning (WEL’2000), Hong Kong, June 18 - 20, 2000.
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