Abstract—E–learning has gained its importance over the traditional classroom learning techniques in past few decades. It is required to have a system which adds to the learning needs of the learner for better understanding. Thus the resources which are used to store the information on the web have to be organized and stored in a way that their retrieval would be meaningful as compared to just a key word search. To accomplish this goal, semantics are used to store the resources. This paper demonstrates how semantic metadata can be stored and retrieved to provide better results to the learner along with personalized learning.
Index Terms—E–learning, semantic web.
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Cite: Krupali Shah and Jayant Gadge, "Semantic Web Services for E–learning: Engineering and Technology Domain," International Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering vol. 3, no. 6, pp. 727-731, 2011.