Scenario based DCMS for e-Learning Environment

Bharati A Patil, Ashmita Kanojia, Nisha Kapse, Mayuri Shinde

Abstract


In learning process of classroom concentration is one of the key factor Due to various distraction ,it is difficult      to maintain the concentration in classroom during teaching method. In e-learning environment ,where various distraction exist, it is much harder to maintain concentration. In this  project for maintaining the learners concentration scenario based Dynamic Content Management System(DCMS) is used. DCMS  is a highly effective tool which is employed by existing edutain- ment(Education with Entertainment)providers. But the existing Content Management System does not have Scenarios based content selection and the result has not been up to expectation. To defeat these problems and to make dynamic changes for valid results, scenario which assures that the alteration of contents is used. The proposed method shows how to implement the scenario and Dynamic Content Management is the approach of providing the personalized curriculum to learners. With this method the efficiency of e-learning can be increased. The method guides the content modification by providing entertainment in scheme of story and learning elements. The learning elements are classified related to the difficulty level. This level is used to make the learners customize curriculum.

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