Architecture for Integrating Learning Platforms Using Adapter

03/16/2019
by   Ali Baba Dauda, et al.
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The advantage of the electronic and mobile learning platforms is the dissemination of learning contents with ease, but these operate differently to exchange the learning the learning contents from the server to the client. integrating these learning platforms to operate as a single platform and exchange the contents based on learners' request could improve the learning efficiency and reduce the operational cost. this work introduces a Web Services approach based on the client-server model to develop an integrated architecture that join the two learning platforms. in this paper the architecture of the learning platforms is presented and explained. furthermore, an adapter in a form of Web services is developed and as a middleware for the client-server communication.

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