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Knowledge Mapping: Gis for Distributed Learning

Che Zulkhairi Abdullah.


Utilising GIS for acknowledging, structuring(with layers/node), positioning of information for any purposes and distributing for content improvisation and localisation to specific requirement of any individuals,groups; or to be built to form any new function. Distributed node of any studies/experiment/documentation/discovery/concept design/creative understanding/discussion to be made available for formatting-to be built to form one big knowledge tree structure-to be shared and provided authority/accessibility as recommended by the access profile.

Sharing entities(common element,sub-component of a study, independent/dependent concept, node value and decision state/level)-considering that each submission carries certain aspect of this-reduce repetitive task, define routine, acknowledge and provide tree structure for knowledge expansion and profile(dimension).

To define contract,provider,administrator,end-user,contributor,policy-maker,educator,observer and public profile:this- to provide the guideline for building one or part of an informationn network. The building structure can be visualised as parts of/or commanded by ‘interactive storytelling framework which interface to GIS data’.

Presenters

Che Zulkhairi Abdullah  (Malaysia)
Tutor in Interface Design
Faculty of Creative Multimedia
Multimedia University

Special research interest=e-device for e-learning, interactive storyline structure, interactive content management, e-learning, embedded mobile vehicle/robot design, LEGO 'beams' robotic, GIS for e-Learning, alternative e-Learning framework. Knowledge Representation, Knowledge Mapping, Interface Design.

Keywords
  • Knowledge Mapping.
  • Gis for Distributed Learning.
  • Information Sharing.
  • Device for e-Learning.



(Virtual Presentation, English)