Improving The Resting State Efficiency Of E-Learning Process By Using Web Content
In order to personalize the e-learning process, it is necessary to model the students in terms of their characteristics
and habits of learning, interests, desires, motivations and expectations. Modeling of students can be defined as the process of
gathering relevant information, to note the current cognitive state of students, in order to be useful and usable in a system of
e-learning, all for the purpose of adapting the system to the Student. In this paper, we presented our case study, using VARK
questionnaire, completed by 81 students of ICT College Belgrade, Serbia, to determine whether there is a connection between
the certain types of learning and active holidays, or certain types of learning and rest breaks in learning. The aim of this paper
is to contribute in improvement of teaching systems at Universities, by defining the resting state efficiency in e-learning.
Index Terms- E learning, teaching systems, modeling of students, resting state.