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Publisher: ACM
Languages: English
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Subjects: LB, QA76
Evidence points to the fact that the introduction of Social Networking Sites (SNS) features, into e-learning environments has been highly accepted by students, because of its benefits of improving the learning experience. Yet, not enough attention has been paid to what role learners’ profiles play in the use of social e-learning environments, which does not match the importance of profiles in SNS. This paper presents how profiles are implemented in the second version of Topolor, a social personalised adaptive e-learning environment (SPAEE), and learners’ perceived acceptance of the design and the implementation. To complement the findings, a case study is conducted to analyse the profilerelated features of Topolor, which illustrates a generally high level of learner acceptance of these features. The analysis is finally concluded to suggest future research directions, in order to further analyse and improve these features.
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