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Transcript of RCS II
Research Activities Introduction
Conclusion, Question & Answer Content By : Rabiu Ibrahim
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Alan Oxley
Department of Computer and Information Sciences
Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS
Tronoh, 31750 Perak Malaysia The aim of this research is
to address how Mash-up can
be used in Higher Education to
tackle problems and
exploit opportunities. This involves formulating a suitable procedure
for Mash-up development, in
each of the application
area. Aim Research Question Research Activities Understand the culture and processes in HE. Creating a tutorial plan for web2.0 Architecture student in UTP in order to help us to work out how best to assist students and staff to create their own Mash-ups. Developing a
Mash-ups application for UTP IRC as a services and assess the effectiveness
of the Mash-ups in disseminating
information Understand data Mash-up tools and techniques. (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Conduct a suitable
way of the data collection
in the University Teknologi PRETRONAS based on the
three focus areas in this
work. 1-What areas of activity in HE could be improved with the introduction of Mash-ups? 2-How would a Mash-up be integrated into the teaching, learning, or research practices of users? 4-Should we train users to develop their own Mash-ups? Are we going to use currently available Mash-up editors or should we develop our own? 3-Can we develop Mash-ups that are effective at disseminating information? From different
perspectives Mash-up Definition
Mash-up Data Source Category
Enterprise Mash-up Architecture Literature whose underlying data cannot be controlled by users and where access to the data requires special software available from the resource owner. For example, the data held by eBay, Flicker, Google can be accessed using the appropriate API. that belong to a user and, therefore can be controlled and accessed by the user. whose underlying data cannot be controlled by users and where access to the data required is readily available. Websites and RSS feeds are examples of this data category. The data is publicly Online data resources Local and other files Online data resources Information /
Data /Consumer Mash-up Web
customization Mash-up Process /
Business Mash-up Mash-up Types Mash-up Editors
Mash-up Editor selection
Yahoo pipes interface (the selected Tool )
The five identified areas
Fully exploiting the potential of Web 2.0
Moving to Mash-ups
Mash-up Process for HE
Validation: Variables for HE Mash-up Methodology Additional Development
Focus on the Mash-up in the 2 remaining areas Future work Lesson learned
List of Publication
Reference Conclusions I will like to use this chance to once again extend my gratitude to the Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS for giving me the enable environment and all support to conduct this research, in addition to that, my special regards to my supervisor and other staff from and of outside CIS department for their supports. Thank You Question
Answer Mash-up Definition Type of Mash-up Mash-up Data Source Category Enterprise Mash-up Architecture Mash-up Editor selection Mash-up Editors Selected Mash-up Editor The Five Identified Areas with Potential of applying Mash-up Fully Exploration of Web2.0 Moving toward Mash-up Mash-up Process for HE Socio-technical Factors Questionnaire Experiment (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Instruments Used in this Work Mixed Method 1) Ibrahim, Rabiu and Oxley, Alan (2010) Proposed Development Methodology for Higher Education and Library Mash-ups. In: 4th International Symposium on Information Technology 2010. (ITSIM 2010) – IEEE.
2) Ibrahim, Rabiu and Oxley, Alan. (2011) Assessing the Use of Mash-Ups in Higher Education. In: Software Engineering and Computer Systems: Communications in Computer and Information Science. Springer. ICSECS 2011 – IEEE (now in Springer as a book Chapter) .
3) Ibrahim, Rabiu and Oxley, Alan (2011) Presenting the Mash-up Progress at Higher Education and its Basic ICS 2011 – Sunway Academy.
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Universiti Teknologi Petronas, online at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universiti_Teknologi_Petronas access on : 20/07/2011. Reference List of Publication Acknowledgment
Development Methodology in :
1 - Teaching & Learning
3 -Research Activity
Proposed Mash-up architecture for development requirement
Development of :
Internship Placement System -Teaching & Learning
IRC Mash-up System - Library
Heritage Buildings in Malaysia Research Activity
Possible ways and issue associated
with mash-up Development in HE Results Research Activity Teaching & Learning Problems Statement Finding from the literature, there are numerous of concerns regarding the information integration, as found that many Higher Education environments have a diverse system across their locations, the system could have been diverse due to the reason that, each section within the Higher Education required a certain features and functions that might be suitable to them.
This diversity causes a great issue in the data integrity across the Higher Education environment.
As highlight in the, many IT managers are failing to make a successful integration when it come to the Higher Education, another studies of state the few concern in regards to the integration as well, while theemphases in the integrated information system for Higher Education and its issues, in addition to that  focus on the information foundational and strategic planning which the basics is about the integrations issues and its process.
With all this the research stands to look even further in the above issues. •To identify the principal areas in Higher Education suited to the application of Mash-up’s. To identify
the key factors contributing to effective Mash-up usage for each of the principal
area. To undertake a
case study in each of the principal areas so as to assess the importance of each key factor. Sub Objectives Hypothesis in Library Area Hypothesis in Teaching and Learning Area Hypothesis in Research Activity Area Research Hypothesis The presentation of the hypothesis based on the three focused area. Proposed Architecture for Mash-up Development Requirement Library Key Success Problems Statement •The information are divers across the Web sources, these could be internal Web source or external. Since that this section is dealing with the date from different sources then there are needs for the integration of this data.
•The library should be a central depository for the information resource, however, before the library function is completed there must have enough collection of information resources from inside and outside; these information resources need to be collected and integrated in one system function. As now the current library system does not provide such function,
•In some aspect, there has been a system with the integration function, which required the license and subscription, while the customization may not be possible.
•As for education as concern, it is preferable to be using a non-commercial product some time there is provision for academic version, e.g. Learning Management System (LMS) is of two types, commercial and non-commercial LMS. The widely used LMS today is the one which is open source like Moodle, blackboard LMS is less used by the academicians due to the reason it is the commercialized LMS product.
•For some in research activity they may find it difficult to collect some sourced data, due to the diversity of this data across the Web sources.
•Development requirement is needed to make such centralized system with the integration function, e.g. IBM Cast Iron, Microsoft Biztalk Server. For all this, there are needs for system requirement which involved hardware as well as the software requirements. •To design a conceptual framework for Mash-up at Higher Education and Mash-up development procedures which can be used in Higher Education; one procedure per identified principal area.