Using a Greek LMS to Enhance Distributed Multimedia Content to Remote and Mobile Students

D. Glaroudis, E. Bompoli, S. Pavlidis, and S. Manitsaris (Greece)


LMS, streaming media, video lectures, mobile services, data transmission


The evolution in Internet and Multimedia Technology and the continuously increasing demand for enhanced remote and mobile services render as essential the adaptation of educational material in these requirements. The main topic addressed in this paper is to propose an alternative process for students attending courses. It refers to multiple types of students meaning that the educational material can be accessed by in campus, remote and mobile students. This paper describes a methodology for creating and adapting synchronous and asynchronous communication for each type of students. The educational material, such as SCORM based courses and video lectures, are transmitted via streaming media technologies, through an open source greek LMS, called ASDL.

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