Architecture proposal for MOOC and wearable integration

  • Marlon-Felipe Burbano-Fernandez Autor
Keywords: MOOC, SPOC, IoT, Wearable, Architecture

Abstract

Conference Derivative Article. Every day, people need to be trained, either to complement their professional skills or because of personal interests that lead to their well-being. Online education, especially MOOC and SPOC are good alternatives for carrying out continuing educational processes, but are not enough when it comes to learning motor skills. This paper shows a research approach on how MOOC can expand its functionalities so that it can be applied to learning motor skills. It also proposes the development of a project to integrate three components: the integration component, the wearable component and the open edX component for the future development of a "salsa" course. Finally, it proposes an architecture based on the 4+1 view model, where the functionality in different areas of the design is shown.

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Published
2020-07-14
How to Cite
Burbano-Fernandez, M.-F. (2020). Architecture proposal for MOOC and wearable integration . Revista Ingenierías Universidad De Medellín, 20(38). Retrieved from https://revistas.udem.edu.co/index.php/ingenierias/article/view/2983

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