A systematic literature review of the use of semantic web technologies in formal education

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This paper presents a systematic literature review of research focused on use of Semantic Web technologies in formal educational contexts. Through systematic search, the review has identified 199 research articles, which are examined with the intention of identifying prevalent themes within the body of research within the field of formal educational use of Semantic Web technologies. The themes identified by the review are: (1) Semantic Web ontologies; (2) Efficient distribution, accessibility, retrieval, reuse and combination of educational resources; (3) Linked Data; (4) Semantic Web enhanced virtual learning environments and personalization of learning environments; (5) Semantic Web learning objects; (6) Evaluation, feedback and assessment; (7) Semantic Web services; (8) Pedagogical tools for teachers and students. Furthermore, this review seeks to examine how these themes and the use of Semantic Web technologies in formal education reflects on the ongoing discussion of how pedagogy and technology should interact. The outset of this discussion is a previous study by Dirckinck‐Holmfeld, which establishes that there is a tendency to emphasize technology over pedagogy in educational design and development.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftBritish Journal of Educational Technology
Vol/bind50
Udgave nummer2
Sider (fra-til)505-517
ISSN0007-1013
DOI
StatusUdgivet - mar. 2019

Fingeraftryk

semantics
education
learning environment
personalization
literature
ontology
teacher
evaluation
resources
learning
student

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