2016
DOI: 10.1108/lr-08-2015-0088
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Integration of institutional repositories and e-learning platforms for supporting disabled students in the higher education context

Abstract: Purpose – Institutional repositories (IR) are usually used to archive and manage digital collections including research results, educational material, etc. Learning management systems (LMS) form a popular basis for e-learning and blended learning. This paper aims to study how to integrate IR and LMS to support accessibility of disabled students and students with learning difficulties (dyslexic students) in higher education. Customised ontologies focusing on disabled students can be used to faci… Show more

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“…This creates compatibility between descriptions, builds rich contexts for learning, and is useful for unnamed information that needs to be integrated (Godby, Young, & Childress, 2004). For instance, LOM elements can be incorporated in the default DSpace's qualified DC schema by direct mapping or by creating a further implementation (Koutsomitropoulos et al, 2010;Skourlas et al, 2016). Therefore, DC metadata can be extended and optimized for education by incorporating educational descriptors.…”
Section: Educational Standards and Metadata In Roermentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This creates compatibility between descriptions, builds rich contexts for learning, and is useful for unnamed information that needs to be integrated (Godby, Young, & Childress, 2004). For instance, LOM elements can be incorporated in the default DSpace's qualified DC schema by direct mapping or by creating a further implementation (Koutsomitropoulos et al, 2010;Skourlas et al, 2016). Therefore, DC metadata can be extended and optimized for education by incorporating educational descriptors.…”
Section: Educational Standards and Metadata In Roermentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The exported data generate datasets that enable the creation of graphs that show links between departments, faculties, and researchers, these links are useful to find research leaders and common research areas. [18] authors propose a user-centered approach and the information of a learning management system to customize ontology web language ontologies (OWL) to attend specific needs of disabled students, ontologies are used to access, index, and retrieve heterogeneous items stored in a DSpace repository. More information about OWL is available in [34].…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The examination of enormous information is finished by utilizing the computerized advancements. (Skourlas et al, 2016) Incorporating computerized video assets in showing e-picking up building courses, this paper exhibits about the contextual investigation of advancement of advanced video to be utilized in e-learning postgraduate designing courses. The center thought of the paper is to drill down the data in an appealing and intuitive manner so as to draw in the understudies with the specific point.…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%