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Adaptation to Learning Styles in E-Learning: Approach Evaluation World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education(ELEARN)2006:1
It is obvious that we all have different approaches to learning. Psychologists call these individual differences learning styles (LS). Researchers provide recommendations for possible instructional strategies to support some LS in educational...
Multimedia Adaptation using AHA! World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications(EDMEDIA)2004:1
Presentation formats used for publishing information on the World Wide Web are constantly evolving. Simultaneously, the range of devices used to access this information is expanding. In education adaptive hypermedia methods and techniques are often...
Creating Adaptive Textbooks with AHA! (roundtable) World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education(ELEARN)2004:1
AHA! stands for the Adaptive Hypermedia Architecture. Adaptation in on-line textbooks makes it possible for learners to study the textbook in different ways without encountering difficulties. Link hiding and annotation guide users towards subjects...
AHA! Version 2.0, More Adaptation Flexibility for Authors World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education(ELEARN)2002:1
AHA! is a simple Web-based adaptive hypermedia system. Because of this simplicity it has been studied and experimented with in several research groups. This paper identifies shortcomings in AHA! and presents AHA! version 2.0 which tries to overcome...