Nowadays, it is quite agreed that organizations gain limited advantages in adopting e-learning platforms that onlyprovide educational contents. An advantageous e-learning platform should have instead the capability to help enrich, share andcirculate organization knowledge, thus contributing to making the organization dynamic and flexible. In this paper MASEL, aMulti-Agent System for E-Learning and Skill Management is described. MASEL performs the following tasks: (i) supports ChiefLearning Officers in defining roles, associated competencies and required knowledge level; (ii) manages the skill map of theorganization; (iii) evaluates human resources competence gaps; (iv) supports employees in filling the competence gaps relatedto their roles; (v) creates personalized learning paths according to feedbacks that users provide to optimize the acquisition ofrequired competencies; (vi) assists Chief Learning Officers in selecting the most appropriate employee for a given role; (vii) assistsa Project Manager in building teamwork. A prototype tool implementing MASEL using JADE (Java Agent DEvelopmentFramework) was developed. The reasoning capability of MASEL agents involved in the learning paths building process and inthe team building process is implemented using DLV, a disjunctive logic programming system.
Exploiting Agents in E-Learning and Skills Management Context / Garro, Alfredo; Palopoli, Luigi; Ricca, Francesco. - In: AI COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 0921-7126. - 19:2(2006), pp. 137-154.
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|Titolo:||Exploiting Agents in E-Learning and Skills Management Context|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2006|
|Citazione:||Exploiting Agents in E-Learning and Skills Management Context / Garro, Alfredo; Palopoli, Luigi; Ricca, Francesco. - In: AI COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 0921-7126. - 19:2(2006), pp. 137-154.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|