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Design and Implement of E-textbook Authoring System Supporting Open Resource based on Original Contents Tracing Model
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Design and Implement of E-textbook Authoring System Supporting Open Resource based on Original Contents Tracing Model
Choi, Ja-Ryoung; Lim, Soon-Bum;
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 Abstract
This study proposes web-based authoring system for the lecturers who published textbooks by inserting external open resource. When lecturer publishes textbooks, the system makes it easier to utilize external resources by providing an open resource pool that the lecturer can search not only his own resources but external resources. In addition, we designed an open resource pool based on Original Contents Tracing Model to check whether the scrapped resource is changed or not in the future. Open Resource Pool allows inserting text, images and videos by searching multimedia, and stores metadata for the follow-up management. We made the system to determine the change of the resource using the metadata stored in the tracking system. Through this research, we confirmed that it is possible to publish textbooks by utilizing a variety of open resources on the web and revise the book by tracing the scrapped resources.
 Keywords
E-textbook;E-book;Digital Publishing;Web Contents;Authoring Tool;
 Language
Korean
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