Self-modeling and Self-reflection of E-learning communities
Numerous e-learning communities die over the course of time as they do not manage to adopt themselves to the changes of the community environment. We support the communities by providing possible solutions to situations the communities deal with. Firstly, we model communities and communities' environments and analyse them. As a result, the comparison of communities, communities environments and their evolvement over the course of time is possible. Afterwards, we propose to identify what solutions of communities were successfull and let communities to be alive . These solutions are vital for communities that find themselves in similar situations and lose in finding solutions. We suggest to share the solutions with the communities to keep them fit. To evaluate our approach we propose to simulate communities and their environment to estimate if a proposed solution is effective and let community to survive. Afterwards, we propose to identify what solutions of communities were successful and enable communities to survive. These solutions are vital for communities that nd themselves in similar situations. We suggest to share the solutions with other communities to keep them t. To evaluate our approach, we propose to simulate communities and their environment to estimate whether a proposed solution eectively helps communities to survive.
In Proceeding of Doctoral Consortium at 5th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL 2010)
European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, 2010 , Barcelona , ES.
Doctoral Consortium at EC-TEL 2010 .