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Journal Issue
Volume 12 Issue 2, ECEL / May 2014  pp126‑226

Editor: Mélanie Ciussi

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Editorial for the Special ECEL Issue of EJEL  pp126‑127

Mélanie Ciussi

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Empowering Knowledge‑Building Pedagogy in Online Environments: Creating Digital Moments to Transform Practice:  pp128‑137

Wendy Barber, Stacey Taylor, Sylvia Buchanan

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Knowledge Sharing: Exploring Institutional Policy and Educator Practice Through Eportfolios In Music And Writing  pp138‑148

Diana Blom, Jennifer Rowley, Dawn Bennett et al

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Wiki Based Collaborative Learning in Interuniversity Scenarios  pp149‑160

Elisabeth Katzlinger, Michael A. Herzog

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Designing for Quality: The Understanding Dementia MOOC  pp161‑171

Carolyn King, Jo-Anne Kelder, Kathleen Doherty et al

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Use of Adaptive Study Material in Education in E‑learning Environment  pp172‑182

Kateřina Kostolányová, Jana Šarmanová

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Abstract

Abstract: Personalised education is a topical matter today and the impact of ICT on education has been covered extensively. The adaptation of education to various types of student is an issue of a vast number of papers presented at diverse conferences. Th e topic incorporates the fields of information technologies and eLearning, but in no small part also the field of pedagogy. By interconnecting eLearning with the requirement for personalized education, we obtain a new term … automatic adaptive learning. W e asked ourselves a question if the process of automatic adaptive learning (i.e. going through the electronic study course which suits students preferences and learning style) can be modeled. The optimal adaptive process will respect students differen ces based on determined learning styles and with regard to their knowledge and skills as changed during the course. On the basis of identification of their personal characteristics and qualities, students will be presented with a study material which suit s them the most. One of the basic building blocks of adaptive education is the storage of study materials. In order to be able to prepare tailored education for every type of student, study material must be prepared in many different variants, in differen t form. This form should be different from the classic form of text‑books. This article presents the issues connected with the creation of study materials suitable for adaptive education in more detail; the basis for this is the pedagogical analysis of th e starting prerequisites applicable in eLearning. In conclusion, a particular way of use of such created study material in electronic adaptive education will be outlined. 

 

Keywords: Keywords: study material, adaptation, learning style, creation of methodology, e-learning, personalization of education, theory of adaptive e-learning

 

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A Cross‑Modal Analysis of Learning Experience from a Learners Perspective  pp195‑205

Bernard Nkuyubwatsi

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E‑Learning in Poly‑Topic Settings  pp206‑214

Anne-Mette Nortvig

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The Global Classroom Model Simultaneous campus‑ and home‑based education using videoconferencing  pp215‑226

Charlotte Lærke Weitze, Rikke Ørngreen

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