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Title: Supporting the tutor in the design and support of adaptive e-learning
Other Titles: Docentondersteuning bij het ontwerpen en begeleiden van gepersonaliseerde leeromgevingen
Authors: Van Rosmalen, Peter
Keywords: technology enhanced learning
latent semantic analysis
peer-support
tutor workload
adaptivity
learning technology standards
IMS Learning Design
Issue Date: 29-May-2008
Abstract: The further development and deployment of e-learning faces a number of threats. First, in order to meet the increasing demands of learners, staff have to develop and plan a wide and complex variety of learning activities that, in line with contemporary pedagogical models, adapt to the learners’ individual needs. Second, the deployment of e-learning, and therewith the freedom to design the appropriate kind of activities is bound by strict economical conditions, i.e. the amount of time available to staff to support the learning process. In this thesis two models have been developed and implemented that each address a different need. The first model covers the need to support the design task of staff, the second one the need to support the staff in supervising and giving guidance to students' learning activities. More specifically, the first model alleviates the design task by offering a set of connected design and runtime tools that facilitate adaptive e-learning. The second model alleviates the support task by invoking the knowledge and skills of fellow-students. Both models have been validated in near-real-world task settings.
Description: SIKS Dissertation Series No. 2008-07
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1267
ISBN: ISBN 978-90-79447-01-5
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