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This paper considers the issue of the locus of control in adaptive e-learning environments from the perspective of a new stakeholder; the instructional expert. With an ever increasing ability to gain insight into learners based on their online activities, instructors and instructional designers are poised to add value to the process of adaptation, a process normally reserved for either systems designers or the end user. This work describes the design of an e-learning system which providesdoi:10.1145/2330601.2330626 dblp:conf/lak/BrooksGG12 fatcat:afj4y5ikwnblbpi7erym63exfu