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Title: Knowledge Representation & Authoring in Adaptive Education
Authors: Kravcik, Milos
Keywords: knowledge representation
Issue Date: 18-Feb-2009
Abstract: In the area of technology-enhanced learning reusability and interoperability issues essentially influence the productivity and efficiency of learning and authoring solutions. There are two basic approaches how to overcome these problems – one attempts to do it via standards and the other by means of the Semantic Web. In practice, these approaches meet and many existing solutions are based on ontologies that take into account the available specifications and try to integrate them. Moreover, these ontologies can help us to achieve a certain kind of consensus and to contribute to the harmonization of the existing standards. In this session we attempt to view adaptive education from different perspectives and consider relationship of various aspects that often appear not to be connected.
Description: Kravcik, M. (2008). Knowledge Representation & Authoring in Adaptive Education, TENCompetence Winter School Workshop. February, 21, 2008, Innsbruck, Austria.
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