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2021 ◽  
pp. 31-37
Risdal Yosli

Website merupakan salah satu media informasi yang banyak digunakan untuk beragam keperluan. Website memberikan fasilitas dan keuntungan bagi pemilik atau pengembang dibandingkan website tidak berbayar. Tingkat kenyamanan pemilik website salah satunya dipandang dari sisi pengembangan website terutama dalam keleluasaan upload data maupun konten. Pada website berbayar, pemilik diberikan kebebasan dalam memilih Content Management System dan menambah kemampuan atau space hosting. Hal ini berdampak pada kemudahan dalam mengelola tampilan website, terutama bagi pemilik atau pengembang yang tidak memiliki skill mumpuni di bidang website. Dari sisi pengunjung website, karena space hosting dalam kondisi masih banyak ruang kosong saat diisi data atau konten oleh pemilik, proses akses dan pembacaan konten website tidaklah lamban. Mendapatkan website berbayar dapat dilakukan dengan mencari penyedia jasa domain name dan hosting

2021 ◽  
Vol 11 (13) ◽  
pp. 6088
Nazib Abdun Nasir ◽  
Seong-Ho Jeong

Users can access the Internet anywhere they go at any time due to the advancement of communications and networking technologies. The number of users and connected devices are rapidly increasing, and various forms of content are becoming increasingly available on the Internet. Consequently, several research ideas have emerged regarding the storage policy for the enormous amount of content, and procedures to remove existing content due to the lack of storage space have also been discussed. Many of the proposals related to content caching offer to identify the popularity of certain content and hold the popular content in a repository as long as possible. Although the host-based Internet has been serving its users for a long time, managing network resources efficiently during high traffic load is problematic for the host-based Internet because locating the host with their IP address is one of the primary mechanisms behind this architecture. A more strategical networking paradigm to resolve this issue is Content-Centric Networking (CCN), a branch of the networking paradigm Information-Centric Networking (ICN) that is focused on the name of the content, and therefore can deliver the requested content efficiently, securely, and faster. However, this paradigm has relatively simple content caching and content removal mechanisms, as it caches all the relevant content at all the nodes and removes the content based on the access time only when there is a lack of space. In this paper, we propose content popularity ranking (CPR) mechanism, content caching scheme, and content removal scheme. The proposed schemes are compared to existing caching schemes such as Leave Copy Everywhere (LCE) and Leave Copy Down (LCD) in terms of the Average Hop Count, content removal schemes such as Least Recently Used (LRU) and Least Frequently Used (LFU) in terms of the Cache Hit Ratio, and finally, the CCN paradigm incorporating the LCE and the LRU schemes and the host-based Internet architecture in terms of Content Delivery Time. Graphical presentations of performance results utilizing the proposed schemes show that the proposed CPR-based schemes for content caching and content removal provide better performance than the host-based Internet and the original CCN utilizing LCE and LRU schemes.

Vaishali A. Sindekar ◽  
Anup Kumar S. Pandey

A Content Management System (CMS), is software that helps to create, manage and alter (modify) content on a website by users without the need for specialized technical knowledge. CMS is an activity of collecting, organizing, categorizing and structuring information that is to be published on the website. In lucid and simple language, a CMS is a tool that helps users to build a website without needing to write all the code from scratch. All basic infrastructure stuffs like building users own systems for creating (web pages), storing (images) are handled by CMS itself.

M. V. Deev ◽  
L. A. Gamidullaeva ◽  
A. G. Finogeev ◽  
A. A. Finogeev

The article discusses the issues of creating software and tools for managing the processes of training specialists in an intellectual educational environment. The complex of tools is being developed as part of a hyper-converged computing ecosystem to support open personalized learning technologies and is designed to customize and adaptively update educational programs and content, taking into account the requirements of federal standards and regional labor markets. At the first stage, the tools solve the problems of searching, collecting, consolidating and intelligent analysis of requirements for specialists extracted from open sources on the Internet, such as sections with employers’ vacancies on the websites of enterprises, recruitment agencies, labor exchanges, message boards, forums, chats, groups of social networks and messengers. At the next stage, the process of adaptive adjustment and synchronization of educational programs is implemented, taking into account the consolidated information and predicted data on the required competencies in the short and medium term in a given region. Setting up the educational process in an open information environment occurs during the evolutionary transition to a convergent learning model, continuous updating of educational programs and content, personalization of training trajectories. The convergent model determines the convergence of educational programs and content for different specialties in accordance with the digitalization processes of all spheres of human life, which is reflected in the requirements for competencies in professional and educational standards, as well as on the part of employers. The processes of actualization and personalization make it possible to increase the efficiency and quality of training specialists by reducing the risks of obtaining a low-quality and morally obsolete education. The architecture of the adaptive management system of the educational environment includes the following components: a) Learning Management System (LMS), b) Education Content Management System (ECMS), c) Learning Activity Management System (LAMS), d) tools for searching, collecting and analyzing employers’ requirements, e) cloud storage of educational content.

Information ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 12 (7) ◽  
pp. 259
Ioannis Drivas ◽  
Dimitrios Kouis ◽  
Daphne Kyriaki-Manessi ◽  
Georgios Giannakopoulos

While digitalization of cultural organizations is in full swing and growth, it is common knowledge that websites can be used as a beacon to expand the awareness and consideration of their services on the Web. Nevertheless, recent research results indicate the managerial difficulties in deploying strategies for expanding the discoverability, visibility, and accessibility of these websites. In this paper, a three-stage data-driven Search Engine Optimization schema is proposed to assess the performance of Libraries, Archives, and Museums websites (LAMs), thus helping administrators expand their discoverability, visibility, and accessibility within the Web realm. To do so, the authors examine the performance of 341 related websites from all over the world based on three different factors, Content Curation, Speed, and Security. In the first stage, a statistically reliable and consistent assessment schema for evaluating the SEO performance of LAMs websites through the integration of more than 30 variables is presented. Subsequently, the second stage involves a descriptive data summarization for initial performance estimations of the examined websites in each factor is taking place. In the third stage, predictive regression models are developed to understand and compare the SEO performance of three different Content Management Systems, namely the Drupal, WordPress, and custom approaches, that LAMs websites have adopted. The results of this study constitute a solid stepping-stone both for practitioners and researchers to adopt and improve such methods that focus on end-users and boost organizational structures and culture that relied on data-driven approaches for expanding the visibility of LAMs services.

Kybernetes ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print) ◽  
Amir Masoud Rahmani ◽  
Ali Ehsani ◽  
Mokhtar Mohammadi ◽  
Adil Hussein Mohammed ◽  
Sarkhel H. Taher Karim ◽  

PurposeThe concept of e-learning is essential in employee education since it provides different ways to develop employees' knowledge, skills and attitudes using modern technologies. E-learning has been overgrowing in employee education because learning can be held anytime and anywhere. In order to succeed in implementing e-learning and benefiting from its capacities, and avoiding potential threats in the country, it is necessary to address the factors affecting its success. This paper aims to test the role of internet of Things (IoT)-based systems, cloud-based services, virtual classes, evaluation tools, attitude, content management and creativity on the success of employees' e-learning programs based on a framework.Design/methodology/approachE-learning systems receive ever-increasing attention in academia, business and public administration. With the development of e-learning, employee education has also benefited from its capacities in various fields. To succeed in implementing e-learning and benefiting from its capacities, and avoiding potential threats in the country, it is necessary to address its success. The proposing of Information and Communications Technology (ICT)-based technologies such as the IoT, cloud, etc., in e-learning, can help transform education. Therefore, this paper aims to test the role of IoT-based systems, cloud-based services, virtual classes, evaluation tools, attitude, content management and creativity on the success of employees' e-learning programs based on a framework. The research model and the data collected from the questionnaires have been analyzed via Smart PLS 3.2. This study has utilized the SEM to evaluate the causal model's reliability and validity based on measurement. According to the literature in this study, a framework has been proposed that examines the impact of IoT-based systems, cloud-based services, virtual classes, evaluation tools, attitude, content management and creativity on employees' learning programs' success.FindingsThe results have shown that IoT-based systems, cloud-based services, virtual classes and evaluation tools are four significant factors affecting attitude, content management and creativity. The results have also shown that attitude, content management and creativity are three significant factors affecting employees' learning programs' success. The factors above are considered critical in explaining the success of employees' e-learning programs, but, as far as we know, there has been no study in which all these factors were demonstrated together.Practical implicationsFrom a practical viewpoint, the statistical outcomes support the important role of the following factors: IoT-based systems, cloud-based services, virtual classes, evaluation tools, attitude, content management and creativity. Henceforth, aspects relating to these factors got the attention of any organization to develop e-learning processes.Originality/valueThis research will contribute to the literature related to employees' e-learning programs' success by integrating all the mentioned variables. As far as we know, it is the first study to test these variables in Iran.

2021 ◽  
Anja Pfennig

Diversity among engineering students is growing more and more acknowledgeable in higher education – especially in first year classes where in applied universities students from many backgrounds form new classes. Differences in education (high school, job training, dual careers, etc.) are as common as various social aspects (family duties, etc.) that delay full time studying. This challenges students as well as lecturers especially in the covid-19 pandemic of 2020/2021. A standard based portfolio grading enables students to participate and place different skills in their cumulative assessment. The online course structure using Moodle as content management system (CMS) is based on inverted classroom teaching scenarios. These are supported by peer-to-peer lecture films and micro-lectures along with various online teaching materials and online meeting sessions. The portfolio cumulatively grades lectures, presentations, forum discussions, written homework and glossary entries. Although benefits of present classes are obvious the course results improved over previous semester especially for students with language difficulties. This paper reflects on the possibility to meet diversity in the covid-19 pandemic and enable first year mechanical engineering students to grow more homogeneous regarding scholarly work.

2021 ◽  
Vol 18 (2(Suppl.)) ◽  
pp. 0856
Roslina Othman ◽  
Siti Fatimah Mohd Tawil

Do’a and Zikr al-Mā’thur (authentic supplications and remembrance of ALLAH ‘Azza wa Jalla) can be suggested to Muslims to help them deal with challenges or issues in life. Counselling cases affect a person’s feelings. Do’a and Zikr al-Mā’thur are often applied as a counselling intervention. Unfortunately, the authentic Do’a and Zikr al-Mā’thur are dispersed in many resources not visible to users, and the fact that not all online resources offer access to accurate Do’a and Zikr al-Mā’thur to users and the dubious Do’a and Zikr al-Mā’thur frequently credited to the Prophet (pbuh). The goal of this research is to develop an ontology for the purpose of providing credible results to counselling cases in need of relevant Do’a and Zikr Al- Ma’thur. This research focused on presenting how an ontology could support to provide accurate information to cases supervised by high school counsellors. This research developed the ontology for Do’a and Zikr al-Mā’thur for counselling in Protégé. The methodology implemented in the ontology development included the models designed by Fernandez-Lopez et al., Thunkijjanukij, Gomez-Perez et al., and Kreider. The ontology was verified, validated, and evaluated by two subject domain experts. Most concepts were rated as ‘Compliant’ and some as ‘Partially Compliant’. Queries in SPARQL produced answers to the competency questions. Feedbacks from the user assessment proved that the executed results from the Do’a and Zikr al-Mā’thur ontology for counselling succeeded in fulfilling the users’ requirement. It is recommended that the sustainability of the ontology should be secured through constant submission of real cases by counsellors and people with similar roles for query analysis and results. Credible scholars should provide direction to trustworthy sources. Such essential input is valuable for content management and contributes towards very few domain ontologies that deliver support to professional works. It also provides the step-by-step procedures to ontology construction and assessment for Islamic collection for counselling intervention.

A.I. Maksymenko

The implementation of distance learning is carried out with the help of modern systems of distance education. They allow to teach and to assess the knowledge of interns and doctors quickly and easily, regardless of their location. The aim of the study. A comparative review of the most well-known distance learning platforms, wich are designed to organize the learning process and control learning with the help of Internet technology. System of distance education is a virtual classroom with the possibility to train interns and doctors from different regions of Ukraine at the same time. There are many educational platforms for distance learning nowadays, such as Moodle (Australia), iSpring Learn LMS (Russia), Collaborator (Ukraine), eTutorium LMS (Ukraine), Opigno (Belgium), Atutor (Canada). Moodle is a free platform that allows users to create individual courses. It supports more than 100 languages. iSpring Learn LMS is a simple and user-friendly system that is a paid alternative to Moodle. Collaborator is a platform that works effectively on all modern devices and browsers and is virtually independent of the software of the user's device. eTutorium LMS is a virtual distance learning system that allows to create an online course of any complexity quickly. Opigno is a modern free distance education system based on Drupal (a popular content management system). Atutor, like Moodle, is an open web-based e-learning system. Conclusion. Distance learning systems differ not only functionally, but also in the way they solve problems. The simplicity of use of the platform depends on the degree of its adaptation to the needs of the user and the ability to use all existing features and functions of the system.

2021 ◽  
Vol 7 ◽  
Stefano Della Chiesa ◽  
Andrea Vianello ◽  
Simone Tritini ◽  
Aureliano Piva

The Alpine Convention (AC) promotes research, cooperation and monitoring activities in the Alpine Region. In this framework, the AC Atlas is the official content management system for geographical data published by the Alpine Convention. The AC Atlas' final goal is to promote, collect, organise and disseminate the results of research activities carried out by the Alpine Convention, its Working Groups and by European projects in the Alpine Region. The system is based on the open-source GeoNode platform supporting standard OGC services. Hence, the AlpConv Atlas allows for browsing, searching, editing documents, layers, maps, and related metadata by an intuitive web-based graphical user interface. The AC Atlas is finally a collaborative platform for managing various geographical data and the related documentation, which can be of great interest to several stakeholders.

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