Fabiano Azevedo Dorça

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One of the most important features of adaptative e-learning systems is the personalisation according to specific requirements of each individual student. In considering learning and how to improve student learning, these systems must know the way in which an individual learns. In this context, we introduce a new approach for consistent evolution of student(More)
This paper describes a multiagent architecture for web-based distance education systems that presents characteristics of intelligence and adaptability. This architecture is based on techniques of Distributed Artificial Intelligence, Planning and Intelligent Tutoring Systems. As a result, the system allows adaptation of a given course to different types of(More)
Considering learning and how to improve students’ performances, adaptive educational systems must know the way in which an individual student learns best. In this context, this work presents a comparison between two innovative approaches to automatically detect and precisely adjust students’ learning styles during an adaptive course. These approaches take(More)
Studies attest that learning is facilitated if teaching strategies are in accordance with students learning styles, making learning process more effective and considerably improving students performances. In this context, one major research point – and a challenge – is to efficiently discover students’ learning styles. But, the test and validation of new(More)
Personalization according to specific requirements of an individual student is one of the most important features in adaptive educational systems. Considering learning and how to improve a student's performance, these systems must know the way in which an individual student learns best. In this context, the current work outlines a new approach to(More)
Learning Objects (LOs) have stood out in education, supporting the teaching/learning process. However, creating LOs and their metadata is still an arduous and time-consuming task. Thus, this paper proposes a collaborative approach between students and instructors employing bookmarks to create LOs in Ubiquitous Learning Environments. A user study with 30(More)