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By Won Kim, Ok-Ran Jeong (auth.), Frederick Li, Jianmin Zhao, Timothy K. Shih, Rynson Lau, Qing Li, Dennis McLeod (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the seventh foreign convention on Web-Based studying, ICWL 2008, held in Jinhua, China, in August 2008.

The fifty two revised complete papers provided including 1 invited paper have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from one hundred seventy submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on model of e-learning applied sciences and rules, studying source administration, e-learning stories, review and its assisting structures, instruments and reviews for studying c language, game-based studying, frameworks and systems for e-learning, multimedia applied sciences for studying, online dialogue discussion board and neighborhood, collaborative studying, semantics and ontology, interfaces for studying task designs, in addition to cellular and community applied sciences for learning.

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The construction of stimulus control depends on two conditions: (1) active practices: practicing several times for the right reaction; (2) following enhancement: after practices, enhancement should be operated. The answer of the previous question is the base of the next concept. Learning feedback module. The current learning position of the student is in the ADL. The system records the students’ learning conditions in the database to provide evaluation items on learning effects. Fig. 3 shows that if the student could complete the test within the expected time and achieve the skilled level, the student is considered achieving the level of realistic development.

Thereafter, it presents to him either a joke or a funny video clip, according to his preferences which are stored in the student model. Finally, it motivates him either by encouraging him or by praising his abilities. Another case is when a Conscientiousness student fails to accomplish a given task. Then negative emotions such as sadness or disappointment can appear. He seems to be less confident in the current session and there is the danger of giving up the trial. He fears maybe that he has not got the ability to deal with a project that was assigned to him and he will not live up to his teacher’s expectations.

Here we define the relations as follows: {RC, UT, UR, TR, DU, CD} (2) Where RC indicates the resource-category (belongto) relation; UT indicates user-tag (creates) relation; UR indicates user-resource (creates) relation; TR indicates tagresource (annotate) relation; DU indicates department-user (contains) relation, CD indicates category-department (managedby) relation. Thus, the education portal network can be represented by nodes and edges, which can be represented as follows: network = V ∪ E (3) V = {Vr ∪ Vu ∪ Vt ∪ Vc ∪ Vd } (4) Where V is as follows: Where Vr indicates all the resources, Vu indicates all the users, Vt indicates all the tags, Vc indicates all the categories and Vd indicates all the departments.

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