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Title: Models, Techniques and Applications of e-Learning Personalization
Authors: Paneva, Desislava
Zhelev, Yanislav
Keywords: Adaptive Learning Content
Customized learning
Grid technologies
Learning Management Systems
Personalization
Simple Sequencing
Web Services
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: In recent years Web has become mainstream medium for communication and information dissemination. This paper presents approaches and methods for adaptive learning implementation, which are used in some contemporary web-interfaced Learning Management Systems (LMSs). The problem is not how to create electronic learning materials, but how to locate and utilize the available information in personalized way. Different attitudes to personalization are briefly described in section 1. The real personalization requires a user profile containing information about preferences, aims, and educational history to be stored and used by the system. These issues are considered in section 2. A method for development and design of adaptive learning content in terms of learning strategy system support is represented in section 3. Section 4 includes a set of innovative personalization services that are suggested by several very important research projects (SeLeNe project, ELENA project, etc.) dated from the last few years. This section also describes a model for role- and competency-based learning customization that uses Web Services approach. The last part presents how personalization techniques are implemented in Learning Grid-driven applications.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/115
ISSN: 1313-048X
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