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scirp IJSER >> Volume 3,Issue 10,October 2012
Architectural Aspects for LMS based Higher Education Model
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.348-359  
Author(s)
Kamal K Vyas, Dr S Tiwari, Amita Pareek
KEYWORDS
s: e-learning, LMS, Architectural Aspects, Higher Education Model, Framework, e-model generations, Cloud-computing
ABSTRACT
With the process of globalization, we are entering into the post-industrial society where knowledge has become a driving force and the information technology has revolutionized the whole process of the life. Today there is a need of e-learning enabled Hig
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