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Knowledge Spaces: Theories, Empirical Research, and Applications
Contents: Foreword. Preface. Part I: Introduction. J. Lukas, D. Albert, Knowledge Structures: What They Are and How They Can Be Used in Cognitive Psychology, Test Theory, and the Design of LearningExpand
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Competence-based Knowledge Structures for Personalised Learning
The ELeGI project focuses on integrating technology-enhanced learning methodologies into a pedagogy-driven and service-oriented architecture based on Grid technology. It aims at a system that isExpand
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Identifying Employee Competencies in Dynamic Work Domains: Methodological Considerations and a Case Study
We present a formalisation for employee competencies which is based on a psychological framework separating the overt behavioural level from the underlying competence level. On the competence level,Expand
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Speed of comprehension of visualized ordered sets.
  • C. Körner, D. Albert
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology. Applied
  • 1 March 2002
The authors investigated the effects of visual properties of hierarchical graphs on speed of comprehension: planarity (crossing of lines), slopes (orientation of lines), and levels (adjustment ofExpand
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Modeling competencies for supporting work-integrated learning in knowledge work
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to suggest a way to support work‐integrated learning for knowledge work, which poses a great challenge for current research andExpand
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RATH - A Relational Adaptive Tutoring Hypertext WWW-Environment Based on Knowledge Space Theory
RATH is an adaptive tutoringWWW software prototype combining a mathematical model for the structure of hypertext with the theory of knowledge spaces from mathematical psychology. Using prerequisiteExpand
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A Framework for Facilitating Self-Regulation in Responsive Open Learning Environments
Studies have shown that the application of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) increases the effectiveness of education. However, this is quite challenging to be facilitated with learning technologies likeExpand
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A methodology for eliciting, modelling, and evaluating expert knowledge for an adaptive work-integrated learning system
We present a methodology for constructing and evaluating models for adaptive informal technology-enhanced workplace learning. It is designed for knowledge-intensive work domains which are not preExpand
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Personalising Learning through Prerequisite Structures Derived from Concept Maps
Current developments in Web-based learning are especially focusing on personalising learning by adapting the learning process to the student's prior knowledge, learning progress, learning goal, andExpand
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Cognitive Structural Modelling of Skills for Technology-Enhanced Learning
This paper suggests the combination of cognitive and structural modelling as a formal framework for intelligent learning systems. It takes up the distinction between declarative (conceptual) andExpand
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