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Ontology-Driven Adaptive and Pervasive Learning Environments – APLEs: An Interdisciplinary Approach [chapter]

Ahmet Soylu, Mieke Vandewaetere, Kelly Wauters, Igor Jacques, Patrick De Causmaecker, Piet Desmet, Geraldine Clarebout, Wim Van den Noortgate
2011 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
Thereafter, we argue for an ontology-driven approach employing ontologies at run-time and development-time where formalized ontologies and rules are considered as main medium of adaptivity, user involvement  ...  Finally, we introduce a prototype domain context ontology for item-based learning environments and demonstrate its run-time and development-time uses.  ...  This paper is based on research funded by the Industrial Research Fund (IOF) and conducted within the IOF Knowledge platform "Harnessing collective intelligence in order to make e-learning environments  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-20074-8_9 fatcat:mvy5l6iiorfftnp57isn37hucy

Supporting Learners' Appropriation of a Web-Based Learning Curriculum

Dorothee Rasseneur-Coffinet, Georgia Smyrniou, Pierre Tchounikine
2007 International Journal of Distance Education Technologies  
while promoting self evaluation and self regulation of the learners' curriculum performance.  ...  This article presents an approach and tools that can help learners appropriate a Web-based learning curriculum and become active participants in their learning.  ...  Following Karoly (1993) , "self-regulation appears to be the stable element attempting to guide behavior along a specific path to a directed aim or goal.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jdet.2007100104 fatcat:4w6mid3vqza6zbmnsn42mggt5i

PKS: An Ontology-based Learning Construct for Lifelong Learners

Flavio Manganello, Carla Falsetti, Luca Spalazzi, Tommaso Leo
2013 Educational Technology & Society  
These learners are motivated and self-aware enough to self-direct their learning, are presumed to be novices with respect to the needed knowledge and have a limited technological uptake.  ...  This paper will outline their main differences from regular learners, in particular, for the use of social media to improve learning skills. The reference pedagogical model is andragogy.  ...  Motivation and ability to self regulate the learning process, are recognizable features in many professionals.  ... 
dblp:journals/ets/ManganelloFSL13 fatcat:ihc2l5zhyveqzjutniohzmerxy

Combining Critical Reflection and Design Thinking to Develop Integrative Learners

M. Ann Welsh, Gordon E. Dehler
2012 Journal of Management Education  
Integrative learning is anontological project: a component of devel- oping one’s own viewpoints on life, new senses of self and eventually self-authorship” (Booth, 2011, p. 57, emphasis added).  ...  Beyond creating integrative learners who are awake to their own potential as “learned individuals,” studio learning experiences also serves to reawaken faculty.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1052562912470107 fatcat:2oone5vcp5flrfpq4t2t3zdbd4

Applying Systems Thinking to Learner-Centered User Design for Game and Cyber School Learning Contexts [chapter]

Jason Alphonso Engerman, Victoria Rose Raish, Alison Carr-Chellman
2019 Learning, Design, and Technology  
Our contribution to systemic change here advocates for authentic ecosystemic approaches to increase learner engagement by engaging learners in defining and planning their own educational paths.  ...  With an emphasis on learner experiences, we adhered to Barron's (2006) call for an ecological approach to educational change.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-17727-4_103-1 fatcat:dqfk4fziwvaapilzll64v5bjca

A review of recent advances in learner and skill modeling in intelligent learning environments

Michel C. Desmarais, Ryan S. J. d. Baker
2011 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
Probabilistic models for skill assessment are playing a key role in these advanced learning environments.  ...  We conclude by discussing related advancements in modeling other key constructs such as learner motivation, emotional and attentional state, meta-cognition and selfregulated learning, group learning, and  ...  Group and Collaborative Learner Modeling Although much of learner modeling has taken place in the context of individual learning, a great deal of learning, both online and off-line, takes place in the  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11257-011-9106-8 fatcat:3gstd2457ze4vji53tbmlgftnu

Engaging Learners with the Internet of Things (IoT): Gen Z's Perspectives

Lidiyatul. Izzah, Muhamad Sofian. Hadi, Nor Farahwahidah Ab Rahman
2019 Zenodo  
The purpose of this study is examines how learners' perspective certain the effectiveness of IoT in higher education as aiding the learning process.  ...  Ninety four (n=94) learners of English Study Program at a higher level have been chosen as the subject.  ...  Through an interactive English online feature, learners can convert text into the spoken voice of output.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3344892 fatcat:c4rpeq4htrftzolrmjhzpxtyia

Supporting Self-Regulated Learning [chapter]

Alexander Nussbaumer, Ingo Dahn, Sylvana Kroop, Alexander Mikroyannidis, Dietrich Albert
2014 Responsive Open Learning Environments  
Self-regulated learning (SRL) competences are crucial for lifelong learning. Their cultivation requires the right balance between freedom and guidance during the learning processes.  ...  Furthermore, a variety of methods is presented, how learners can be supported to learn in a self-regulated way.  ...  Acknowledgements The research work described in this chapter is partially funded through the ROLE Integrated Project (grant agreement no 231396); part of the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-02399-1_2 fatcat:ejor4rhhr5h2fc5cqcawiv2pgi

Pedagogy-driven design of digital learning ecosystems

Mart Laanpere, Kai Pata, Peeter Normak, Hans Põldoja
2014 Computer Science and Information Systems  
This study is based on an opposite approach, arguing for designing next-generation online learning platformsso called digital learning ecosystemswith built-in affordances, which promote and enforce desirable  ...  Although critique towards technology-driven approach to e-learning has been widespread for more than a decade, there are only few attempts to formalise pedagogydriven design of new online learning tools  ...  Learners can easily create a competence-driven presentation portfolio by selecting a set of their blog posts and other self-created knowledge objects related to a given set of learning outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.2298/csis121204015l fatcat:ymhgixbpkrb5virlnm77xsfvda

FORGE: Enhancing eLearning and research in ICT through remote experimentation

Johann M. Marquez-Barja, Guillaume Jourjon, Alexander Mikroyannidis, Christos Tranoris, John Domingue, Luiz A. DaSilva
2014 2014 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON)  
From an educational perspective this project aims at promoting the notion of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) through the use of a federation of highperformance testbeds and at building unique learning paths  ...  research, into a learning resource for higher education.  ...  From an educational perspective FORGE will promote the notion of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) [7] through the use and propagation of FIRE learning solutions in online education.  ... 
doi:10.1109/educon.2014.7096835 dblp:conf/educon/Marquez-BarjaJM14 fatcat:gckfwlulxzgpvdet7pltvwhady

FORGE: enhancing elearning and research in ICT through remote experimentation

Johann M. Marquez-barja, Guillaume Jourjon, Alexander Mikroyannidis, Christos Tranoris, John Domingue, Luiz A. Dasilva
2014 2014 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON)  
From an educational perspective this project aims at promoting the notion of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) through the use of a federation of highperformance testbeds and at building unique learning paths  ...  research, into a learning resource for higher education.  ...  From an educational perspective FORGE will promote the notion of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) [7] through the use and propagation of FIRE learning solutions in online education.  ... 
doi:10.1109/educon.2014.7130485 fatcat:wng4i3vqjfhyzi4g5ngz4q44se

Recommender – Potentials and Limitations for Self-Study in Higher Education from an Educational Science Perspective

Christina Gloerfeld, Silke Wrede, Claudia De Witt, Xia Wang
2020 International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI)  
This article takes an educational science perspective to present an approach, how to use a recommendation system for students to support inquiry-based learning and self-directed learning.  ...  When planning and designing this recommendation systems, the most important premise is to foster self-determination of the students.  ...  Acknowledgement The AI.EDU Research Lab is funded by the D2L2 -Digitalization, Diversity, and Lifelong Learning -Consequences for Higher Education research cluster at the FernUniversität in Hagen.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijai.v2i2.14763 fatcat:avx4m65kcbb2dbhtc6zkxjsgga

Mapping the terrain of learner autonomy: learning environments, learning communities and identities

Xuesong (Andy) Gao
2013 Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching  
What does afford the potential for learners to exercise their autonomy and develop their target language profi ciency in self-access centres is the learning structure, i.e., the theory and research driven  ...  For example, a one-to-one counselling session in a self-access centre or an online distance learning session might well constitute a classroom in van Lier's sense, although I suspect that many who organize  ...  Appendix A: Personal Learning Plan Appendix A: 1. While Appendix A and B are based on the work of an actual learner, the name has been changed to protect her privacy.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17501229.2012.738017 fatcat:t5vidctxdzhpxdsbkbgbn52vdq

A Learning Style – Driven Architecture Build on Open Source LMS's Infrastructure for Creation of Psycho-Pedagogically – 'Savvy' Personalized Learning Paths [chapter]

Tania Al., Angela-M. Paleologou, Dimitris Konetas, Kostantinos Chatzinikolaou
2010 E-learning Experiences and Future  
Progressively, however, a most interesting shortcoming arose, that an open source LMSs lacked features of personalization and subsequent dedication of learning paths for the individual learner.  ...  Early efforts that approached provision of personalised learning paths were either based on the performance of the learner (Carchiolo et al., 2007) , or on indications of her/his preferences (Graf et al  ...  Even today, technology still supports behaviourist approaches emphasizing instruction and practice rather than learning to learn -how much more, learning self-regulation towards learning.  ... 
doi:10.5772/8810 fatcat:lh2632ntpzel7i4y2em7eejvzy

Acceptance of competency-based workplace e-learning systems: Effects of individual and peer learning support

Bo Cheng, Minhong Wang, Stephen J.H. Yang, Kinshuk, Jun Peng
2011 Computers & Education  
ABSTRACT Current endeavors to integrate competency-based learning approaches with e-learning systems design for delivery of training to adult learners in the workplace are growing.  ...  The results show the positive effects of perceived individual learning support and perceived support for promoting a norm of cooperation on employees' intention to use the competency-based e-learning system  ...  Leyking, Chikova & Loos (2007) present an approach for aligning a competency-driven learning process with business process contexts via e-learning technology.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2011.01.018 fatcat:fxr7af3tu5gtfo5ahclpepsysa
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