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Using the Semantic Web in Academic Websites


  • Loredana MOCEAN


One of the important activities in the academic environment is student orientation, professional counselling and work with students, as well as interaction with them. This collaboration be-comes a feature of the professionalism of the management team as well as of the knowledge and abilities of its members. This activity is based on the information system on which it relies and so, becomes essential. A semantic Student Administration System can help university managers, teachers, students and administrative staff to integrate information into the higher education organization. This asset can be part of a strategy to improve students’ management to meet the nowadays challenges and requirements for data integration. The paper motivates and presents an ontology adapted to the needs of educational data management. This new semantic web-based system helps students and members of the university management team. The presented paper describes the components and architecture of the system that underlie its imple-mentation in a real platform and proposes an early stage ontology design for the area of application presented.

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  • Loredana MOCEAN, 2020. "Using the Semantic Web in Academic Websites," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 24(1), pages 26-37.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:24:y:2020:i:1:p:26-37

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