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  • Authors: Trieu, Thu Thuy; Ngo, Dung Nga (2017-11)

  • Today, there are different models of e-learning in which people share their professional knowledge or study to develop their comprehensive skills via the Internet. However, existing e-learning platforms somehow support passive learning in the sense that lecturers publishes learning resources and attenders access to join the courses. Such model is more appropriate for long and completed courses but hard to be applied for quick and active learning. We envisage that building a novel e-learning model of the e-society where learners can push their queries and match with the most suitable teachers, so that an active channel for teaching and learning can be built. This paper aims ...

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  • Towards Building a Platform for e-Social On-demand.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Trieu, Thu Thuy; Ngo, Dung Nga (2017-11)

  • Today, there are different models of e-learning in which people share their professional knowledge or study to develop their comprehensive skills via the Internet. However, existing e-learning platforms somehow support passive learning in the sense that lecturers publishes learning resources and attenders access to join the courses. Such model is more appropriate for long and completed courses but hard to be applied for quick and active learning. We envisage that building a novel e-learning model of the e-society where learners can push their queries and match with the most suitable teachers, so that an active channel for teaching and learning can be built. This paper aims ...