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Adaption of Courses and Learning Environment to the User Context in dotLRN
Huerva Denyer, David; Vélez Ramos, Jeimy Beatriz; Baldiris Navarro, Silvia Margarita; Fabregat Gesa, Ramon; Mérida, David
The explosive growth of Internet during the last years has been reflected in the ever-increasing amount of the diversity and heterogeneity of user preferences, types and features of devices and access networks. Usually the heterogeneity in the context of the users which request Web contents is not taken into account by the servers that deliver them implying that these contents will not always suit their needs. In the particular case of e-learning platforms this issue is especially critical due to the fact that it puts at stake the knowledge acquired by their users. In the following paper we present a system that aims to provide the dotLRN e-learning platform with the capability to adapt to its users context. By integrating dotLRN with a multi-agent hypermedia system, online courses being undertaken by students as well as their learning environment are adapted in real time
22-05-2010
Ensenyament assistit per ordinador
Internet en l'ensenyament universitari
Tecnologia educativa
Computer-assisted instruction
Educational technology
Internet in higher education
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Artículo
IEEE
         

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