A Middleware for Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning Ecosystems Based on a Reconfigurable Plug-and-Play Architecture: Application to Mashups
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This paper describes a middleware intended to support the development of mashup applications in mobile and ubiquitous learning environments. It is based on a framework that integrates different contextual information (e.g. geographic location, profile, history) and services from e-learning platforms or other learning tools. The integration of the services into the middleware is carried out through a reconfigurable plug and play architecture based on Web Services. It provides a better and more flexible management of the involved services in the system.
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