Workshop on Adaptive Systems for Web-Based Education: Tools and reusability
26/6/2005 - 26/6/2005
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Web-based education is currently a hot research and development area. Benefits of Web-based education are clear at hand: learners from all over the world can enroll in learning activities, communicate with other students or teachers, can discuss and control their learning progress - solely based on an internet-capable computer. A challenging research goal is to tailor the access to web-based education systems to the individual learners' needs, as determined by such factors as their previous knowledge on the subject, their learning style, their general attitude and/or their cultural or linguistic background. A number of Web-based adaptive and intelligent systems have been developed over the last 5 years. However, a larger variety of innovative systems can still be created and evaluated to provide a real difference in E-Learning. The goal of this workshop is to provide a forum for the discussion of recent trends and perspectives in adaptive systems for web-based education, and thus to continue the series of workshops on this topic held at past conferences.

On line proceedings available at the "accepted papers" link

[Submission] [Schedule] [Paper Reviews] [Main] [Accepted papers] [Call for papers] [Program Committee] [Important Dates] [Faq] [News] [Contact Us] [Help] [Messages] [Related Links]