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The Past, the Present and the Future of adaptive E-Learning
An Approach within the Scope of the Research Project AdeLE


Felix Mödritscher1),2), Victor Manuel García-Barrios1),2), Christian Gütl1),3)

1) Institute for Information Systems and Computer Media (IICM), Faculty of Computer Science at Graz University of Technology, Austria
2) IT and IT-Marketing at Graz University of Applied Sciences CAMPUS 02, Austria
3) Infodelio Information Systems and Internet Studio-Isser, Austria


Key words: adaptive e-learning, theoretical models, instructional systems

Abstract:
In consideration of AdeLE (Adaptive e-Learning with Eye Tracking), a research project with the aim to develop and implement a solution framework for personalised e-learning based on real-time user behaviour, this paper examines the main approaches to adaptive e-learning based on a research on the history of adaptive instructional learning. Furthermore, an exemplary selection of systems resulted by these mainstreams and classified to the most important types is introduced. Concerning the examination of adaptive models and systems in the field of e-learning, we want to introduce our approach to adaptive e-learning for the research project AdeLE.

Mödritscher, F., García,V., Gütl, C.: The Past, the Present and the Future of adaptive E-Learning. An Approach within the Scope of the Research Project AdeLE, in Proc. ICL 2004, Villach, Austria, 2004 Mödritscher, F., García,V., Gütl, C.: The Past, the Present and the Future of adaptive E-Learning. An Approach within the Scope of the Research Project AdeLE, in Proc. ICL 2004, Villach, Austria, 2004