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TITLE : HARNESSING INTERACTION BEHAVIOR FOR LEARNER MODELING  
AUTHORS : Latha Parthiban      Vijayalakshmi K            
ABSTRACT :

E-learning is the use of technology which facilitates people to learn anytime from anywhere. The term e-learning refers to using electronic applications and courses to learn. E-learning applications and courses include virtual classrooms, computer-based learning, web-based learning and digital collaboration. Every e-Learning system stow data about the learner deeds in log files, which give us thorough information about learner behavior and learner modeling. The Learner Model is a model of the knowledge, difficulties and misapprehensions of the individual learner. Every learner has different learning style, characteristics, and desires. The present work of the learner model technique is monitoring the User Interaction Behavior. The interaction behavior is traced by three indicators: Navigational indicators for analyzing number of upward/downward navigation, jump distance, number of times help accessed, number of times search accessed etc. Temporal indicators for analyzing time spent on different types of content and assessment. Performance indicators for analyzing attempts on assessment questions, performance on tests etc.

 
Keywords: E-Learning, Interaction Behavior, Learner Model, Learner Behavior, Log Model
 
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