Monitoring and Controlling Student’s behavior in Online Education
Sherif Kamel Hussein, Khalid Jumaan Aldamashg, Ahmed Saad AlSaadan, ,
Affiliations 1: Associate Professor- Department of Communications and Computer Engineering, October University for Modern Sciences and Arts, Giza, Egypt Head Of Computer Department – Arab East Colleges – Riyadh- KSA ; 2: Master of computer science, Arab east college, Riyadh, kingdom of Saudi Arabia ; 3: Master of computer science, Arab east college, Riyadh, kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Distance Learning may lose monitoring the learning process such as lack of direct follow-up to the study on the website and the lack of direct communication with the trainer.
In this research the Authors will discuss multiple solutions that may help the governance of Distance Learning ( DL) by using some of the available software solutions and modern technologies, such as AI and FURIA that help in achieving the goals in the research as an enhancement method of E-learning.
The results of the research reached by the authors were the possibility of monitoring the educational process of distance education using some modern technologies such as the FURIA algorithm and DLIB library, which enables face reading and analysis while maintaining privacy and security for the student, which helps to overcome weaknesses and increase confidence between the educational facility and the trainee, in addition to some Improvements that develop distance education on different educational platforms.
Sherif Kamel Hussein, Khalid Jumaan Aldamashg, Ahmed Saad AlSaadan." Monitoring and Controlling Student’s behavior in Online Education". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) , ISSN:2349-7084,Vol.8, Issue 09,pp.122-128, August- 2021, https://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V8I801.pdf
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