Educational Content Development Process in "CleverUniversity": Our Dynamic Adaptive Hypermedia Environment

Ahmed Bouchboua, Rabah Ouremchi, Mohammed El ghazi

Abstract


The implementation of a simple and flexible dynamic adaptive hypermedia environment meets several needs of teachers. Using a fitting system, teachers will be able to share their knowledge in chunks of content in order to create quality teaching resources.
In this paper, we propose a development approach through our simple system dedicated to teachers and learners alike taking into account the different work done on the subject. Moreover, our approach is based on the various elements of our system such as the learner’s model, the domain model, the pedagogical model, the courses generator and the multimedia database.
Our focus in this paper will be on the domain model given its importance in the development and adaptation of educational content as needed, and which consists of finding educational content related to a given field of knowledge to be adapted for a particular learner.

Keywords


domain model; dynamic adaptive hypermedia; evaluation model; student model; workflow

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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