IOT And Big Data Analytics In E-Learning: A Technological Perspective and Review


  • S Kusuma
  • D Kasi Viswanath





Internet of things(IoT), Big data analytics, Pervasive computing, E-Learning.


The internet of things & Big data analytics in eLearning brings tremendous challenges & opportunities to educational institutions & students. In recent trends, the growth of Pervasive computing, Social media, evolving IoT capabilities, technologies such as cloud computing, and big data and analytics are improving the core values of teaching and conducting research but also instilling a new digital culture and developing an IoT-centric society. The primary purpose of this paper is to provide an impact of IoT & Big data analytics in the area of E-learning and study on different E-learning approaches.



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