A Proposal to Define Adaptive Learning Designs
Standards and metadata specifications
Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems
5701.02 Documentación automatizada
5801 Teoría y métodos educativos
Fecha de publicación
Berlanga, A., García F. “A Proposal to Define Adaptive Learning Designs”. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Applications of Semantic Web Technologies for Educational Adaptive Hypermedia (SW-EL 2004). Held in conjunction with the 3rd International Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based Systems, AH 2004 (Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 23 August 2004). L. Aroyo, C. Tasso (Eds.), Technische Universiteit Eindhoven Computer Science-Reports 04-19 AH2004: Workshop Proceedings Part II. Pages 354-358.
Abstract. This paper outlines a framework to describe adaptive learning designs where definitions as the instructional design method, the type of tests, the learning style approach, and the adaptive rules are not prescribed. Standardized metadata based on IMS is used to guarantee the reusability and interoperability of the elements. The framework proposes, also, to adjust the learning design taking into account the student knowledge and the learning style of both the learner and the learning activities by means of adaptive rule definitions. These rules are defined using a set of elements (based on IMS LD) and they describe adaptive statements, techniques and students’ stereotypes.