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Adaptive Heterogeneous Learning System

  • The iSign project started in 2000 as a web-based laboratory setting for students of electrical engineering. In the meantime it has broadened into a heterogeneous learning environment offering learning material, adaptive user settings and access to a simulation tool. All these offerings can be accessed via web and wireless by different clients, such as PCs, PDAs and mobile phones. User adaptiveThe iSign project started in 2000 as a web-based laboratory setting for students of electrical engineering. In the meantime it has broadened into a heterogeneous learning environment offering learning material, adaptive user settings and access to a simulation tool. All these offerings can be accessed via web and wireless by different clients, such as PCs, PDAs and mobile phones. User adaptive systems offer unique and personalised environment for every learner and therefore are a very important aspect of modern e-learning systems. The iSign project aims to personalise the content structure based on the learner's behaviour, content pattern, policies, and system environment. The second aspect of the recent research and development within this project is the generation of suitable content and presentation for different clients. This generation is based additionally on the user preferences in order to obtain the desirable presentation for a given device. New, valuable features are added to the mobile application, empowering the user not only to control the simulation process with his mobile device but also to input data, view the simulation's output and evaluate the results. Experiences with students have helped to improve functionality and look-and-feel whilst using the iSign system. Our goal is to provide unconstrained, continuous and personalised access to the laboratory settings and learning material everywhere and at anytime with different devices.show moreshow less

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Author:Markus Feißt, Diter Rodrigues dos Santos, Jelena Mitić, Andreas ChristORCiDGND
Creating Corporation:4th World Conference on Mobile Learning, mLearn 2005, 25 to 28 October 2005, Cape Town, South Africa
Contributing Corporation:University of Technology ; University of South Africa
Year of Publication:2005
Pagenumber:7
Language:English
Parent Title (English):mLearn 2005 : Mobile technology: The future of learning in your hands
Document Type:Conference Proceeding
Institutes:Hochschule Offenburg / Bibliografie
Release Date:2014/12/05
Licence (German):License LogoEs gilt das UrhG
URL:https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228878687_Adaptive_Heterogeneous_Learning_System