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Autor: Paredes Barragán, Pedro; Rodríguez Marín, Pilar

Lugar: UAM. Departamento de Ingeniería Informática

Lugar: International Institute of Informatics and Systemics (IIIS)

Fecha de publicación: 2002

Detalles: Comunicación 6th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics and 8th International Conference on Information System Analysis and Synthesis (SCI-ISAS 2002, Orlando, Florida, Jul 14-18, 2002).

Funded by: This work has been sponsored by the Spanish Interdepartmental Commission of Science and Technology (CICYT), project numbers TEL1999-0181 and TIC2001-0685-C02-01.

Área: Adaptive hypermedia; web-based training; learning styles; adaptive content sequencing; user modeling; Informática; Educación

Abstract: This paper shows a way of using some dimensions of learning styles of students in order to improve the efficiency of adaptive learning systems. Firstly, it reviews the literature and previous work related to the taxonomy of learning styles and its application to web-based education. Later, it introduces the Felder-Silverman learning style model and the procedure of extracting information about students’ learning styles from the Felder-Soloman ILS questionnaire. Then, it presents a mechanism of application of these dimensions to content sequencing. The example used to explain the adaptation effects is taken from a course developed with TANGOW, Task-based Adaptive learNer Guidance On the Web.





Autor: Paredes Barragán, Pedro - Rodríguez Marín, Pilar

Fuente: https://repositorio.uam.es


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Considering Learning Styles in Adaptive Web-based Education Pedro Paredes and Pilar Rodríguez Escuela Técnica Superior de Informática, U.
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M., Cantoblanco, 28049 Madrid, España {Pedro.Paredes, Pilar.Rodriguez}@ii.uam.es ABSTRACT This paper shows a way of using some dimensions of learning styles of students in order to improve the efficiency of adaptive learning systems.
Firstly, it reviews the literature and previous work related to the taxonomy of learning styles and its application to web-based education.
Later, it introduces the Felder-Silverman learning style model and the procedure of extracting information about students’ learning styles from the Felder-Soloman ILS questionnaire.
Then, it presents a mechanism of application of these dimensions to content sequencing.
The example used to explain the adaptation effects is taken from a course developed with TANGOW, Task-based Adaptive learNer Guidance On the Web. Keywords: Adaptive hypermedia, web-based training, learning styles, adaptive content sequencing, user modeling. 1.
INTRODUCTION With the emergence of the WWW and the advances in instructional technologies it is growing the number of possibilities in the design and development of educational systems.
The objective of these new resources is to manage an educational model centered in the students and their characteristics.
Access to the education without geographical, economical or physical barriers is other important benefit. Adaptive hypermedia is a way of tailoring the distance education course presentation to the needs of the user [1]. A user in an adaptive educational hypermedia system could see a presentation adjusted to his-her previous knowledge [2], age or language [3][4].
However, there are a few attempts to accommodate the characteristics of the course to the students’ learning styles. It is generally assented that learning styles are the preferences of students regarding to how they learn. Learning styles are sometimes addled with lear...






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