Maite Urretavizcaya

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The MAGADI framework results from merging characteristics of three current technologies: adaptive intelligent systems, authoring tools and LMS technologies. Its main aim is to be the technological component of a b-learning environment. As a result it allows for the flow of information and synergies between on-line and off-line environments. This paper(More)
This paper explains when and how to integrate aspects of usability engineering in the agile development process proposed by the InterMod methodology. The aim of InterMod is to facilitate the accurate development of high-quality interactive software. This is accomplished by means of agile software engineering activities and continuous assessment in which(More)
In this poster we present InterMod, an approach that combines Agile Methods, Model-Driven Developments and User-Centered Design, which are widely accepted in the development of interactive software. The planning and project organizing are based on User Objectives (user desires). The project is organised as a series of iterations and the work is distributed(More)
SigMa is an adaptable feedback generation tool for the three kinds of actors involved in a blended-learning process: teachers, students, and the e-learning platform. This paper focuses on the teacher tool and defines its desirable functionalities and main components. The teacher tool gathers data provided by the e-learning platform's diagnostic capabilities(More)
This paper describes KAD D ET, a cognitive diagnostic environment created to assess the conceptual and procedural learning activities of students. It is composed of a diagnostic engine, DETECTive, and a knowledge acquisition tool developed to fulfil its knowledge representation needs, KADI. Both of them share a Model of Learning Tasks (MLT) as a diagnostic(More)