The Use of a Dynamic Background Library within the Scope of adaptive e-Learning
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Mödritscher, F., Garcia-Barrios, V.M. & Maurer, H. (2005). The Use of a Dynamic Background Library within the Scope of adaptive e-Learning. In G. Richards (Ed.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2005 (pp. 3045-3052). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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The concept of a Dynamic Background Library (DBL) is well-known in literature and applied for several application areas. As it is planned to use a DBL within the scope of the research project AdeLE, a first prototype named EHELP was developed and evaluated already. Nevertheless, we never analysed the DBL in terms of the applicability for educational usage, in particular for e-learning and adaptive e-learning. After a short review of critical aspects of adaptive e-learning, the conceptual design and the implementation of the EHELP system are outlined. Further, concrete educational scenarios for the application of a DBL are described and linked to aspects of the AdeLE project. Finally, first experiences derived by an evaluation of EHELP and the next steps of our future work are given.
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