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Name: OSMoSys
Abstract     Open Social Mobile Systems (OSMoSYS) for eLearning Research proposes to build a research infrastructure to stimulate and observe interaction patterns between and among humans and devices in an electronic learning ecosystem of content objects, mobile devices, semantic web services and other intelligent agents. The infrastructure will make it possible for mobile learning researchers to create, capture and index content in the mobile context, to analyze the effectiveness of mobile learning activities, social networking systems and ubiquitous technologies that trigger proximity based interactions.
Start Date 2010-10-01
End Date 2016-10-01
Research Areas
collaborative filtering and social information sharingcommunity information managementcomputer-supported collaborative learning
computer-supported cooperative workcomputing techniques for learning analyticsdesign (principles and guidelines, process, applications)
design of web systemsdigital librariese-culture
e-portfolioinformation organization and retrievalinteractive technologies (visual, information display)
IS Emerging Technologies and IssuesIS Information Technology InfrastructureLearning Analytics
mobile learningmobile technologiesorganisational vs. individual learning
personalisation and adaptivitypersonalizationsocial computing
social mediasocial networksstorage management and networks
theory of technologyweb architectural styles (e.g., REST)Web-enabled Applications and Services
Funding Source Name Amount
Anonymous donor --
Collaboration Type Collaborator
Faculty Researcher(s) Role
Jon DronCo-principal investigator
Qing TanResearch member
Vivek KumarResearch member

Updated March 16 2017 by FST Technical Staff

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