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Addictive Links: The Motivational Value of Adaptive Link Annotation in Educational Hypermedia [chapter]

Peter Brusilovsky, Sergey Sosnovsky, Michael Yudelson
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we present our exploration of a less known effect of adaptive annotation, its ability to significantly increase student motivation to work with non-mandatory educational content.  ...  We explored this effect and confirmed its significance in the context of two different adaptive hypermedia systems. The paper presents and discusses the results of our work.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants No. 0310576, 042602, and 0447083.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11768012_7 fatcat:ytsdpgs6jrfn5iivdnfqjmka4a

Addictive links: the motivational value of adaptive link annotation

Peter Brusilovsky, Sergey Sosnovsky, Michael Yudelson
2009 New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia  
In this paper, we present our exploration of a less known effect of adaptive annotation, its ability to significantly increase student motivation to work with non-mandatory educational content.  ...  We explored this effect and confirmed its significance in the context of two different adaptive hypermedia systems. The paper presents and discusses the results of our work.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants No. 0310576, 042602, and 0447083.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13614560902803570 fatcat:vatdpkaihjdsxis2zkjmt5rti4

Evaluation of topic-based adaptation and student modeling in QuizGuide

Sergey Sosnovsky, Peter Brusilovsky
2015 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
This paper presents an in-depth analysis of a nonconventional topic-based personalization approach for adaptive educational systems (AES) that we have explored for a number of years in the context of university  ...  Abstract: This paper presents an in-depth analysis of a nonconventional topic-based personalization approach for adaptive educational systems (AES) that we have explored for a number of years in the context  ...  Acknowledgments This research is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants No. 0447083 and 0633494 to the second author. References Uncategorized References  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11257-015-9164-4 fatcat:in5fouexkjew5hdsx7rbh6kjdm

From WebEx to NavEx: Interactive Access to Annotated Program Examples

P. Brusilovsky, M.V. Yudelson
2008 Proceedings of the IEEE  
The classroom study of NavEx discovered that adaptive navigation support can visibly increase student motivation to work with non-mandatory educational content.  ...  NavEx boosted the overall amount of work done and the average length of a session. In addition, various features of NavEx were highly regarded by the students.  ...  We also discovered that the provision of adaptive guidance, in the form of adaptive link annotation, significantly increases student motivation to work with interactive examples.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2008.921611 fatcat:lycultjftzf2rgb2ibjnubz3wu

A STUDY ON USING STUDENT VERSION OF INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD SOFTWARE IN SMART PHONES IN LANGUAGE EDUCATION

Volkan MUTLU
2019 Journal of International Social Research  
The study supports the positive effects of technological tools on language education process.  ...  Students tendency of using smart phones also helps them in enjoying the process of using whiteboard software which is one of the favorable classroom material.  ...  (write and draw then save them), annotating notes (get notes on it), games, and linking (being able to link it with internet sites and other document styles).  ... 
doi:10.17719/jisr.2019.3281 fatcat:cpaxotbwhve3nd2eat6a4yakju

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Editor, David A. Mappin
1995 Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology  
The educational value resides in the decision to produce or show the program.  ...  The hypermedia system provides more images than were presented during the lecture, and these images are highlighted and annotated in sophisticated ways.  ... 
doi:10.21432/t2j601 fatcat:7uf7xqz5ffaqrpitelpncvbbta

UYARLANABİLİR MOTİVASYON STRATEJİLERİ KULLANMANIN ÖĞRENCİ MOTİVASYONU VE BAŞARISINA ETKİSİ

Funda ERDOĞDU
2020 Eğitim Teknolojisi Kuram ve Uygulama  
Abstract This study aimed at exploring the impact of adaptive motivation strategies on student motivation and achievement. A 2x2 factorial design was used in this study.  ...  To be precise, in the research, utilization of adaptive motivation strategies is found to be a factor contributing to student motivation, but not to student achievement.  ...  Addictive links: the motivational value of adaptive link annotation. New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia, 15(1), 97-118. ).  ... 
doi:10.17943/etku.717512 fatcat:dyudzmfffnhmzmccpe722eg6mm

Technological Issues for Computer-Based Assessment [chapter]

Benő Csapó, John Ainley, Randy E. Bennett, Thibaud Latour, Nancy Law
2011 Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills  
Improvements can be described in terms of precision in detecting the actual values of the observed variables, efficiency in collecting and processing information, and speed and frequency of feedback given  ...  This chapter reviews the contribution of new information-communication technologies to the advancement of educational assessment.  ...  How can we prevent game addictions? How can the methods and research results of cognitive/educational neuroscience be used in computer-based assessments?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-2324-5_4 fatcat:lgtrjsyoxfhvxaggefutncxqlq

Microlearning in health professions education

Jennie C. De Gagne, Amanda Woodward, Hyeyoung K. Park, Huilin Sun, Sandra S. Yamane
2018 The JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports  
Theo Hug, Associate Professor and member of the successful faculty and institute of education at the LFUI and at the same time Head of the ARC Research Studio eLearning Environments.  ...  The studio is an important research centre for the LFUI in terms of generating new knowledge in the field of microlearning. Moreover Prof.  ...  We have also presented some particular requirements and in particular the definition of micro-content.  ... 
doi:10.11124/jbisrir-2017-003884 pmid:30489350 fatcat:hgqjcgrvlnhr5dnag37f5a7ffy

Program and book of abstracts

2013 2013 International Conference on Radar  
Objectives and Assessment We show the concrete realization of virtual labs in use, and demonstrate how one can succeed to motivate students in spite of an abstract theoretical background.  ...  of tertiary education in natural and engineering sciences, particularly with regard to the shape of advanced skills and special competences [1].  ...  Students draw a visual representation of models, annotate them with behavior for elements in the drawing, resulting in a computer simulation that turns the drawing into an animation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/radar.2013.6651948 fatcat:k5bp2bh3yfgxhgy422v4xnrnta

Chapter 25 Interactive cognition: Exploring the potential of electronic quote/commenting [chapter]

Stevan Harnad
1996 Advances in Psychology  
In terms of the time we spend doing it, conversing probably exceeds all other forms of human interaction, including feeding, fighting, playing, mating, and the "grooming" that some have argued it has evolved  ...  started as gesture and then moved to speech ), or went straight into speech, the kind of adaptation it was was undeniably an interactive one: Speech accordingly has a characteristic real-time dyadic tempo  ...  Chances are that the adaptive value of language in the original environment in which it evolved derived from relatively rapid exchanges of relatively short strings of information, again more like a conversation  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0166-4115(96)80045-8 fatcat:wybmclar2zdvxkmu46he3bypha

Audiobooks and E-books

Jessica E. Moyer
2012 Reference and user services quarterly  
"When sales people become audiobook addicts, they pass on the addiction to customers." 18 Lastly, Hutton provides some suggestions for increasing visibility of audiobooks, including the suggestions of  ...  ' motivations to read. 48 Lo found that the availability of the digital audiobooks collection in the school libraries did not increase student' s motivations to do leisure reading or listening and that  ... 
doi:10.5860/rusq.51n4.340 fatcat:7ps34zex4rgxflr6s6clqw665q

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY [chapter]

1976 Early Childhood Education  
The integration of technology for teaching and learning appeals to some faculty in higher education, and not to others.  ...  support and training, and report different motivators and impediments to integrating computer technology. iv ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This dissertation is the result of the collective efforts of a number of important  ...  One individual believes that entertainment value of computers is an important part of the educational process of today's "screenagers".There are a number of personal reasons that motivate faculty into  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-068550-9.50001-0 fatcat:ipukdyhi4rfh7fshl72ek2vwcm

Educational Psychology [chapter]

1989 The Second Handbook on Parent Education  
The integration of technology for teaching and learning appeals to some faculty in higher education, and not to others.  ...  support and training, and report different motivators and impediments to integrating computer technology. iv ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This dissertation is the result of the collective efforts of a number of important  ...  One individual believes that entertainment value of computers is an important part of the educational process of today's "screenagers".There are a number of personal reasons that motivate faculty into  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-08-091820-4.50001-5 fatcat:xrz7ndttofbcnlr2gxx2mdqkve

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY [chapter]

1980 Handbook on Parent Education  
The integration of technology for teaching and learning appeals to some faculty in higher education, and not to others.  ...  support and training, and report different motivators and impediments to integrating computer technology. iv ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This dissertation is the result of the collective efforts of a number of important  ...  One individual believes that entertainment value of computers is an important part of the educational process of today's "screenagers".There are a number of personal reasons that motivate faculty into  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-256480-2.50001-3 fatcat:wfitmuygafcopplfrpztm2iumi
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