Autors: Radonov, R. I., Videkov, V. H.
Title: Some Functional Enhancements of the “E-Management” Platform
Keywords: electronic education, Internet control, management of the ed

Abstract: The results of the implementation of new functions in the “E-Management” platform concerning behavioral analysis and management options in the training process are presented in this paper. The assessments of the attitude towards the training obligations regarding respecting the time obligations and the even perception of the whole study material are considered.


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Proc. XXVII International Scientific Conference Electronics - ET2018, 2018, Bulgaria, ISBN 978-1-5386-6692-0

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