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The Korea Institute of Information and Commucation Engineering 2011; 9(1): 1-5

Published online January 1, 2011

https://doi.org/10.6109/jicce.2011.9.1.001

© Korea Institute of Information and Communication Engineering

Legacy of Smart Device, Social Network and Ubiquitous E-class System

Abduljalil, Sami;Kang, Dae-Ki;

Ubiquitous IT Graduate School, Dongseo University, Division of Computer & Information Engineering, Dongseo University

Received: December 15, 2010; Accepted: January 17, 2011

Abstract

Everyday, technology is evolved in many different disciplines. Computer and smart devices revolution take part of the evolved technology that continuously promising new features. Moreover, social networks services recently become widely popular, which most people in the world become a social-network-fond. In addition to the revolution of the evolved technology and social networks services, ubiquitousness is taking significant part in our daily lives. Although, there are many e-learning systems already existed, which use Internet technology along with a Web technology to provide education in various ways, in despite of that, there is no such existing system exploits the usefulness of smart devices along with the legacy of the online social networks besides the power of the ubiquitous computing technology. Therefore, we propose a smart device application, which fills the gap that has been missing in the recent contemporary era. It is an application that runs on smart devices particularly Smartphone devices; we call our system “Smart Device based Social E-learning System(SDES)”. We have preliminary implemented our system on Android OS. In this paper, we intentionally propose the system in order to ease the way people learn, to provide interactive accessibility in our system, and to utilize the advanced technology more wisely.

Keywords Smart Devices,E-learning,Social Network,Ubiquitousness

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The Korea Institute of Information and Commucation Engineering 2011; 9(1): 1-5

Published online January 1, 2011 https://doi.org/10.6109/jicce.2011.9.1.001

Copyright © Korea Institute of Information and Communication Engineering.

Legacy of Smart Device, Social Network and Ubiquitous E-class System

Abduljalil, Sami;Kang, Dae-Ki;

Ubiquitous IT Graduate School, Dongseo University, Division of Computer & Information Engineering, Dongseo University

Received: December 15, 2010; Accepted: January 17, 2011

Abstract

Everyday, technology is evolved in many different disciplines. Computer and smart devices revolution take part of the evolved technology that continuously promising new features. Moreover, social networks services recently become widely popular, which most people in the world become a social-network-fond. In addition to the revolution of the evolved technology and social networks services, ubiquitousness is taking significant part in our daily lives. Although, there are many e-learning systems already existed, which use Internet technology along with a Web technology to provide education in various ways, in despite of that, there is no such existing system exploits the usefulness of smart devices along with the legacy of the online social networks besides the power of the ubiquitous computing technology. Therefore, we propose a smart device application, which fills the gap that has been missing in the recent contemporary era. It is an application that runs on smart devices particularly Smartphone devices; we call our system “Smart Device based Social E-learning System(SDES)”. We have preliminary implemented our system on Android OS. In this paper, we intentionally propose the system in order to ease the way people learn, to provide interactive accessibility in our system, and to utilize the advanced technology more wisely.

Keywords: Smart Devices,E-learning,Social Network,Ubiquitousness

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Jun 30, 2024 Vol.22 No.2, pp. 109~97

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