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World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 1999 (1999) p. 1565
Since 1996 we have been developing an adaptive hypermedia architecture, called AHA. Based on our experience with AHA we have defined a reference model, called AHAM (and pre-sented at the ACM Hypertext'99 converence). The main aim of this model is to ...
World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 1999 (1999) pp. 364–369
A hypermedia application offers its users a lot of freedom to navigate through a large hyperspace. The rich link structure of the hypermedia application can not only cause users to get lost in the hyperspace, but can also lead to comprehension...
WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet 2000 (2000) pp. 117–123
Adaptive hypermedia systems (AHS) have typically been geared towards one specific application or application area, in most cases related to education. The AHA (Adaptive Hyper-media Architecture) system is a Web-based adaptive hypermedia system...
Computers & Education Vol. 125, No. 1 (October 2018) pp. 327–344
Taking advantage of the vast history of theoretical and empirical findings in the learning literature we have inherited, this research offers a synthesis of prior findings in the domain of empirically evaluated active learning strategies in digital...
Lora Aroyo; Peter Dolog; Geert-Jan Houben; Milos Kravcik; Ambjorn Naeve; Mikael Nilsson; Fridolin Wild
Journal of Educational Technology & Society Vol. 9, No. 2 (2006) pp. 4–18
Personalized adaptive learning requires semantic-based and context-aware systems to manage the Web knowledge efficiently as well as to achieve semantic interoperability between heterogeneous information resources and services. The technological and...
From Learners to Earners: Enabling MOOC Learners to Apply Their Skills and Earn Money in an Online Market Place
IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies Vol. 11, No. 2 (2018) pp. 264–274
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) aim to "educate the world." More often than not, however, MOOCs fall short of this goal--a majority of learners are already highly educated (with a Bachelor's degree or more) and come from specific parts ...