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A personalized ubiquitous education support environment by comparing learning instructional requirement with learner's behavior

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5 Author(s)
Zixue Cheng ; Tsuruga, Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan ; Shengguo Sun ; Kansen, M. ; Tongjun Huang
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With the progress of ubiquitous techniques and devices, such as RFID and sensors, etc., invisible computers are embedded in one's life and working environment, such as applicants, furniture, stationaries etc. Research on ubiquitous environment becomes very important. On the other hand, E-learning using WWW has been studying prosperously. Merging creatively the techniques in the two fields to construct a support environment of ubiquitous learning is demanded. Specially, the ubiquitous learning environment is suitable for outdoor learning to increase the students in middle school and high school for increasing their experiences and knowledge from real world, not only from text books. In this paper, we propose a new personalized ubiquitous learning support environment. In the ubiquitous learning environment, every learner's behavior or learning habit can be sensed and observed precisely. By comparing them with learning instructional requirement set by an instructor, the learner's situation can be grasped. Personalized support suitable for the learner's situation can be provided to the learner. The proposed environment will be very useful for promoting ubiquitous learning.

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Advanced Information Networking and Applications, 2005. AINA 2005. 19th International Conference on  (Volume:2 )

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28-30 March 2005