Data Mining in eLearning and Learning Management Systems (LMS)


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Data Mining in eLearning and Learning Management Systems (LMS)
eLearning, web-based instruction, virtual learning environments and online learning have become big business for universities, schools and colleges, as well as providing new, effective and individualized teaching modalities for teachers to assist in positive student outcomes and learning like never before. Much of the research on Learning Management Systems focuses on how data mining can contribute to student outcomes and how teachers can use data mining to enhance these outcomes, based on a number of algorithms and data mining constructs. However, this is only the beginning of the power of data mining in the educational setting. This paper will present a synthesis of...
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