Generic Framework of Knowledge-Based Learning: Designing and Deploying of Web Application

by   Awais Khan Jumani, et al.

Learning technology was used as standalone software to install in a particular system, which needs to buy learning software of a particular subject. It was costly and difficult to search CD/DVD of the particular program in the market. Nowadays the trend of learning is changed and people are learning via the internet and it is known as Electronic Learning (E-learning). Several e-learning web applications are available which are providing more stuff about students and it fulfills requirements. The aim of this paper is to present a well structured, user-friendly framework with the web application for e-learning, which does not need any subscription. The experiment was conducted with 691 students and teachers, the result shows 91.98 satisfied with the proposed E-learning system.



There are no comments yet.


page 3

page 5

page 6

page 7


Students Readiness for E-learning in the Universities in Yemen

The e-learning is an advanced version of traditional education. It is de...

A Tour Of The Student's E-Learning Puddle

E-learning has revolutionized our realm in more than just a listable num...

Learning and evaluation without access to schools during COVID-19

The tutor-web drilling system is designed for learning so there are typi...

What Is a Web Crawler and How Does It Work?

A crawler is a computer program that automatically searches documents on...

Distributed Applications in Gamification of the Learning Process

Driven by the fact that many of us experienced softer or not-so-soft loc...

Student sentiment Analysis Using Classification With Feature Extraction Techniques

Technical growths have empowered, numerous revolutions in the educationa...

Evolutionary Robotics on the Web with WebGL and Javascript

Web-based applications are highly accessible to users, providing rich, i...
This week in AI

Get the week's most popular data science and artificial intelligence research sent straight to your inbox every Saturday.