Providing Adaptivity in Moodle LMS Courses

Elena Shchedrina, Ildar Valiev, Fairuza Sabirova, Dmitrii Babaskin

Abstract


This study was aimed at investigating ways to ensure the adaptivity of Moodle courses to improve the efficiency of the educational process. As the main re-search method, the survey was used to study the issues of ensuring the adaptivity of eLearning in Moodle. Besides, within the current work, the method of achiev-ing the course adaptivity was combined with a personalized approach proposed by Limongelli et al. It was revealed that most study participants have difficulties with self-learning and perceiving educational material through audio records (36.4% and 36.4%, respectively). The development of the model for adaptive eLearning in Moodle was based on the use of the personalization approach, which provides an automatic adjustment of educational content according to stu-dents’ knowledge and way of learning. The adaptivity of eLearning courses is necessary for the successful implementation of online training in today’s educa-tion system. Prospects for the practical use of the research results lie in the possi-bility of an international exchange of experience concerning Moodle courses’ adaptivity.

Keywords


eLearning; model; personalization of learning; system.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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