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Towards a framework definition for learning process engineering supported by an adaptive learning system

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4 Author(s)
Walid Bayounes ; RIADI Research Laboratory, ENSI, Manouba University Campus of Manouba, Manouba, Tunisia ; Ines Bayoudh Saâdi ; Kinshuk ; Henda Ghézala Ben

The work presented in this paper is related to the area of learning process engineering (LPE) which focuses on learning process construction supported by an adaptive learning system. This area has emerged in response to an increasing awareness that existing learning processes are not well suited to the needs of the learners, the teachers, the tutors, the system administrators and the system designers. We propose a faceted framework to understand and classify issues in learning process construction. This latter identifies four different and complementary viewpoints. Each view allows us to capture a particular aspect of the learning process. In order to study, understand and classify a particular view of LPE in its diversity, we associate a set of facets with each view. While a facet allows an in-depth description of one specific aspect of LPE, the views show the variety and diversity of these aspects.

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Technology Enhanced Education (ICTEE), 2012 IEEE International Conference on

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3-5 Jan. 2012