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Wentzler, Angelo; Cristea, Alexandra I.; Heuvelman, Egbert; Bra, Paul M. E. de (2006)
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: QA76
As is well known in the Adaptive Hypermedia (AH) community, AH systems (AHS) have a tendency to be academic systems only, mainly used as personalized learning tools. There is, however, a strong desire in AH to extend beyond the world of education and research, and move towards the "real" world, i.e., the commercial world. We are here presenting such an expansion, in the form of an extension of an existing commercial authoring tool for WYSIWYG (Web-)content, Content-e, with AH capability. The extended product is called Content-e/LAOS, as it is based on the LAOS framework for authoring of adaptive hypermedia. The paper presents Content-e/LAOS, one of the first commercial AHS, as well as some evaluation results.
  • The results below are discovered through our pilot algorithms. Let us know how we are doing!

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    • 4. Cristea, A.I., Smits, D. and De Bra, P. (2005) Writing MOT, Reading AHA! - converting between an authoring and a delivery system for adaptive educational hypermedia -, A3EH Workshop, AIED'05 July, 2005, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
    • 5. Cristea, A.I., and Cristea, P. (2004) Evaluation of Adaptive Hypermedia Authoring Patterns during a Socrates Programme Class, International Peer-Reviewed On-line & Print Journal Advanced Technology For Learning 1(2), ACTA Press.
    • 6. Cristea, A. I. & De Mooij, A. Adaptive Course Authoring: My Online Teacher. In Proceedings of ICT'03, Papeete, French Polynesia, 2003.
    • 7. Cristea, A., De Mooij, A.: LAOS: Layered WWW AHS Authoring Model and its corresponding Algebraic Operators. In Proceedings of WWW'03, Alternate Education track. (Budapest, Hungary 20-24 May 2003). ACM.
    • 8. Cristea, A.I., and Calvi, L. The three Layers of Adaptation Granularity. UM'03. Springer.
    • 9. De Bra, P. and Calvi, L., AHA! An open Adaptive Hypermedia Architecture. The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia, vol. 4, pp. 115-139, Taylor Graham Publishers, 1998.
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    • 12. MOT, http://wwwis.win.tue.nl/~acristea/mot.html
    • 13. Moore, A., Brailsford, T.J. and Stewart, C.D. (2001). Personally tailored teaching in WHURLE using conditional transclusion. Short Paper, 12th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia. Ã…rhus, Denmark, August 14-18, 2001.
    • 14. SUS usability scale, http://www.usability.serco.com/ trump/documents/Suschapt.doc
    • 15. Turpin Vision, http://www.tv.nl/
    • 16. WebCT, http://www.webct.com/
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