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Education and Information Technologies

, Volume 21, Issue 3, pp 521–530 | Cite as

Politic of security, privacy and transparency in human learning systems

  • Adil Jeghal
  • Lahcen Oughdir
  • Hamid Tairi
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Abstract

The preservation of confidentiality has become a major issue for the majority of applications that process personal information, the sensitivity of this information requires creators to set rules for the sharing and use of access control policies. A great deal of research has already been conducted in educational environments. However, one aspect that has not received much attention is the important role of Information Security, especially in newer education environments such as the e-learning environment. In this article we seek to propose a policy of security in such a way to affect views of profiles for each user to control the information accessed by this user.

Keywords

Security in e-learning Privacy in e-learning Human learning systems Profile of learners XML Access Control Access Model 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.LIIAN, Department of Informatics Faculty of Science Dhar-MahrazUniversity of Sidi Mohamed Ben AbdellahAtlas-FezMorocco
  2. 2.LIMAO, Department of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics Polydisciplinary Faculty -TazaUniversity of Sidi Mohamed Ben AbdellahTazaMorocco

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