Science & Engineering Research Support soCiety (SERSC)
In this paper the authors examine privacy and security issues associated with e-learning. It presents the basic principles behind privacy practices and legislation. It investigates the more popular e-learning standards to determine their provisions and limitations for privacy and security. Concrete solutions for improving the degree of security achievable are shown. A framework for secure e-learning user ongoing session authenticator is introduced. This framework prevents manipulation from the side of the students during learning, thus allowing a reliable control of learning success.