Research Article Open Access

Learning Software Component Model for Online Tutoring

M. Balakrishnan1 and K. Duraiswamy2
  • 1 Selvam College of Technology, India
  • 2 K.S. Rangasamy College of Technology, India


Problem statement: Web services are interface elements which allow applications to render functional services to requesting clients using open standard protocols. A lecture method combines both social association and urban processing as course design and delivery is termed as Interface Learning. Many Interface learning services is presenting through online. To make an online tutoring scheme more effective, the previous study used web services and application programs like instant messaging based on environments in which students reside. But the downside is that it is difficult to maintain the service request queues online. The services and data storage processes are inefficient. Approach: To overcome all the above issues, a Learning Software Component Model (LSCM) framework is formed in the present study to build a component model based on communication services available on the network. In addition to this, the proposed software component modeled with Learning Object (LO) aspects integrates the related sub hierarchical components with the main component object framework. Based on LSCM, training schedules are identified efficiently. Results: The proposed LSCM framework is experimented to show the performance improvement with the previous online tutoring scheme based on web services in terms of delivery report, maintenance of tutoring sessions and reliability. Conclusion: Compared to an existing online tutoring through web services, the proposed LSCM framework performance is 75% better in providing learning services to the providers.

Journal of Computer Science
Volume 8 No. 7, 2012, 1150-1155


Submitted On: 16 March 2012 Published On: 9 June 2012

How to Cite: Balakrishnan, M. & Duraiswamy, K. (2012). Learning Software Component Model for Online Tutoring. Journal of Computer Science, 8(7), 1150-1155.

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  • Web services
  • interactive learning
  • LSCM
  • learning object