Supporting the Study Process using Semantic Web Technologies
AbstractThe complexity of study process at our faculty (several study programs, the dynamics of 220 teaching staff, more than 300 courses and over 2000 students) represents a great obstacle for our students who have to select mentors for their practical projects. Based on some very promising results of using semantic web technologies in education we developed a mentor selection support system, which is presented in this paper. Having the competences and skills regarding specific topics represented in a form of ontology-based semantic network enabled us to retrieve this information automatically. The results show some very positive aspects of using the system, both for students and teaching staff. Ill. 4, bibl. 17 (in English; abstracts in English and Lithuanian).
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