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    Title: 基於SCORM標準之混合式課程推薦系統
    Other Titles: A hybrid recommendation system for SCORM-compliant courses
    Authors: 葉書瑋;Yeh, Shu-wei
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊工程學系資訊網路與通訊碩士班
    趙榮耀;Chao, Louis R.
    Keywords: 遠距教學;推薦系統;Distance Learning;SCORM;Recommendation System
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 06:16:21 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著網路科技的快速發展,互動式的遠距教學方式漸漸成為數位學習的一個新趨勢。相信在不久的將來,網路上將會有許多相容於SCORM標準的數位課程存放於課程儲存庫中供學習者使用。因此,當學習者在面對如此大量的課程資料時,將產生不易去選擇適當地且符合其個人喜好的課程來學習的問題。
    With the development of internet technology, interactive distance learning is becoming a new trend of E-learning. In the future, we believe that there will be a large number of digital SCORM-compliant courses in repository for the user. Consequently, when a learner confronts a large amount of learning materials, it is hard to select appropriate and preferred courses to learn.
    This thesis proposed a hybrid recommendation system for SCORM-compliant courses. By using three proposed recommendation modules, it can raise the accuracy of searching course and increase the performance of learning. With the proposed system, learner can get the most appropriate courses. It not only can save the time for searching courses, but also recommends the adaptive and personal courses for different learners.
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