Apprenticeship environment and co-operation based on the Grid and Web 2.0 designed for training communities with common interest centres
Ndie Djotio, Thomas
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Common interest centers specialized in training communities, such as secondary schools, university training institutes, have heterogeneous, rich and varied resources in contents. Yet in their assessment, these communities present very disproportionate results. The present article comes out with an apprenticeship and co-operation setting which is based on Grid technologies and uses Web 2.0. The new environment is designed to ease the communication between the communities and thereby reduce the gap between them. To achieve this objective, a set of technologies and tools is used. It includes domain ontology for the validation of course contents, intelligent agents for communication and guidance, extended Moodle platform for contents surfing, multimedia message services (MMS) for transfer and retrieving grid courses through the mobile phone.