Posts Tagged ‘ PhD ’
Here’s a few screenshots showing ADE (my e-learning software) in action, demonstrating the different user interface layouts acheivable.Continue Reading »
I’m currently in Romania. The main reason for me being out here is to carry out some research experiments regarding the adaptive e-learning software I’ve developed.
However to do e-learning experiments we need students and apparently there are plenty of students in Romania, which is why I’ve spent the last two weeks teaching a Web Application Development course in at Bucharest University.Continue Reading »
This post lists some adaptation strategies (written in the LAG Adaptation Strategy Language) along with example content and demos in ADE/AHA!
ADE is a delivery platform for adaptive educational hypermedia (adaptive e-learning) which I’ve been developing as part of my PhD at the Intelligent and Adaptive Systems group at the University of Warwick.Continue Reading »
I’m currently in Sousse, Tunisia attending and presenting at the IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 2010).
I’m presenting a talk on “Reusing Adaptation Strategies in Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems” later this morning and the slides are available from here.Continue Reading »
Thanks to everybody who helped me out with the usability test for AHA! and ADE. The results and feedback were very helpful and have been included in a paper I submitted last week to EC-TEL’10. I was very busy last couple of weeks with this, so apologies if I’ve been a little late on email replies etc!
I recently had a full conference paper, titled “Reusing Adaptation Strategies in Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems” accepted for ICALT’10 in July and I am now getting back to research after my Easter “break”! I’ve updated my papers page with the abstract.
The papers from the EC-TEL 09 A3H workshop are available for download from here. Our paper (J. Scotton, S. Moebs, J. McManis and A. Cristea) was runner up in the best paper award. You can download the paper here.Continue Reading »
Here are the slides from the talk I gave today at the WPCCS’09 event. I used LaTex (Beamer) to create the presentation so the .tex file is available as well:Continue Reading »
I submitted an abstract for our annual departmental Postgraduate Colloquium event titled “Viewing and Delivering Adaptive Educational Hypermedia” last week. It’s about the program I’m currently writing at Warwick and is currently going through the review process. Providing the abstract is accepted the talk would be given on 3rd July.
Here’s the abstract in full:
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Adaptive Educational Hypermedia offers a more intelligent and customised approach to the field of e-learning then the traditional linear methods. In an Adaptive Educational Hypermedia course a student’s learning experiences can be personalised using a user model which could include such information as the student’s knowledge level or learning style.
Adaptive strategies are sets of adaptive rules and once the learning material to be used in a course has been created, adaptive strategies can be applied to allow the personalisation of the course to students. This talk will describe the initial development of a software platform which imports learning content and adaptive strategies and then can display the resulting Adaptive Educational Hypermedia course to students. The software platform, called an adaptation engine, will be able to implement different types of adaptive strategies and test their suitability.