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Title: Teaching Strategies and Ontologies for E-Learning
Authors: Gavrilova, Tatiana
Kurochkin, Michael
Veremiev, Victor
Keywords: E-Learning
Visual Knowledge Engineering
Expert Systems Building Tools
Knowledge Acquisition
Knowledge Sharing and Reuse
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: The paper presents one approach aimed at developing teaching strategies based on the principles of ontological engineering. The research framework is targeted on development of methodology and technology that will scaffold the process of knowledge structuring for e-learning. The structuring procedure is the kernel of ontology development. Ontologies that describe the main concepts of the domains are used both for teaching and assessment techniques. Special stress is put on visual design as a powerful learning mindtool. The examples are taken from the courses on the foundations of artificial intelligence and intelligent systems development. These courses are delivered by the authors in St.Petersburg State Polytechnical University at School of Computer Science and in Poland in the First Independent University.
Description: * The work is partially suported by Russian Foundation for Basic Studies (grant 02-01-00466).
ISSN: 1313-0463
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