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Sufficient conditions for well-behaved adaptive hypermedia
This paper proposes an adaptive hypermedia
educational system using XML technologies, such as XML, XSL, XSLT, and XLink.
In the past, Adaptive Hypermedia
Systems (AHS, [Brusilovsky, 2001]) have attempted to customize courses to a learner's prior knowledge (Kayama & Okamoto, 1998), goals (Vassileva, 1996) and personal preferences (Specht & Oppermann, 1998) without taking into consideration any form of pedagogy.
In this context, our aim is to design and develop an adaptive hypermedia
e-learning system, called PERSO (PERSOnalizing e-learning system), where learners with different learning goals and different learning aptitudes are treated differently, by building a model of knowledge and preferences for each of them.
This is the crux of adaptive hypermedia
Combining adaptive hypermedia
methods with strategies proposed by instructional theory and motivation models, an adaptable tutorial was designed/developed and iteratively evaluated by researchers.
is a flexible system which infers the learning goal or the current learning state, by using the exploring history, the structural characters of the hypermedia, and so on.
Accompanying the previously mentioned tool, a method for designing adaptive hypermedia
applications is currently being developed (Koch, 1998).
(AH) aims to reduce the cognitive overhead by providing navigational support according to a user model.
Design issues for general-purpose adaptive hypermedia
AWBES (Adaptive Web Based Educational System) were developed upon the AHES (Adaptive Hypermedia
Educational System) theoretical concepts 00.