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Title: Management of storyboard graphs for adaptive courseware construction
Authors: VASSILEVA, Dessislava
Keywords: adaptive e-learning systems
adaptive hypermedia systems
Issue Date: 29-Dec-2009
Publisher: Proc. of 3rd Int. Conf. on Communication and Inf. Technology (CIT’09)
Citation: Vassileva D., Bontchev B. Management of storyboard graphs for adaptive courseware construction, Proc. of 3rd Int. Conf. on Communication and Inf. Technology (CIT’09),29-31, 2009, December, Athens, Greece, ISBN: 978-960-474-146-5, pp. 39-44
Abstract: Adaptive e-learning systems try to improve teaching processes on Internet by providing different educational content and activities for different learners. Modern tendencies of adaptation require usage of learning styles on student grouping. Main idea of adaptive e-learning applications is to use a different pedagogical approach for each of these groups. This paper presents a software module called instructor tool for creating training courses suitable for learners with different learning styles. This module is a part of a platform for building edutainment (education plus entertainment) services called ADOPTA (ADaptive technOlogy-enhanced Platform for eduTAinment). E-learning courses within the tool are presented by directed storyboard graphs. The course instructor can create and edit their graphs and pages by a user-friendly visual interface. Our article is aimed primarily at description of the graph management which is behind the visual presentation and specially at discovering working paths within these graphs.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10506/328
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