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The World Wide Web (WWW) is becoming one of the most preferred and widespread mediums of learning. Unfortunately, most of the current Web-based learning systems are still delivering the same educational resources in the same way to learners with different profiles. A number of past efforts have dealt with e-learning personalization, generally, relying on explicit information. In this paper, we aim to compute on-line automatic recommendations to an active learner based on his/her recent navigation history, as well as exploiting similarities and dissimilarities among user preferences and among the contents of the learning resources. First we start by mining learner profiles using Web usage mining techniques and content-based profiles using information retrieval techniques. Then, we use these profiles to compute relevant links to recommend for an active learner by applying a number of different recommendation strategies.