Adaptive Learning Environments and e-Learning Standards
Electronic Journal of e-Learning Volume 2, Number 1 ISSN 1479-4403
This paper examines the sufficiency of existing e-Learning standards for facilitating and supporting the introduction of adaptive techniques in computer-based learning systems. To that end, the main representational and operational requirements of adaptive learning environments are examined and contrasted against current eLearning standards. The motivation behind this preliminary analysis is attainment of: interoperability between adaptive learning systems; reuse of adaptive learning materials; and, the facilitation of adaptively supported, distributed learning activities.
Paramythis, A. & Loidl-Reisinger, S. Adaptive Learning Environments and e-Learning Standards. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 2(1), 181-194.
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