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Continuous Use of Authoring for Adaptive Educational Hypermedia: A Long-term Case Study

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3 Author(s)
Jonathan G. K. Foss ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Univ. of Warwick, Coventry, UK ; Alexandra I. Cristea ; Maurice Hendrix

Adaptive educational hypermedia allows lessons to be personalized according to the needs of the learner. However, to achieve this, content must be split into stand-alone fragments that can be processed by a course personalization engine. Authoring content for this process is still a difficult activity, and it is essential for the popularization of adaptive educational hypermedia that authoring is simplified, so that the various stakeholders in the educational process, students, teachers, administrators, etc. can easily work with such systems. Thus, real-world testing with these stakeholders is essential. In this paper we describe recent extensions and improvements we have implemented in the My Online Teacher MOT3.0 adaptation authoring tool set, based on an initial set of short-term evaluations, and then focus on describing a longterm usage and assessment of the system.

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2010 10th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies

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5-7 July 2010