Paul Lefrere

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This paper describes a generic technique for representing Adaptive Learning Resources by extending current metadata schemas. The requirement for the work described here has grown out of the necessity to facilitate accurate discovery and integration of Adaptive Learning Resources, namely Adaptive Hypermedia Services.
We review the research on mobile learning and theories of learning in order to produce a pedagogically sound set of guidelines for learners, teachers, and policy makers who are considering adopting m-learning technology. The guidelines are not primarily intended as requirements for systems design, but they will be of use to systems designers, in alerting(More)
The MOBIlearn project, co-funded by the European Commission, the National Science Foundation and AU Department of Education, Science and Training, is strategically positioned to provide relevant research outcomes in the field of innovative use of mobile environments to meet the needs of learners, working by themselves and with others. The objectives are(More)
Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) and Cloud Learning Environments (CLEs) have recently encountered a rapid growth, as a response to the rising demand of learners for multi-sourced content and environments targeting their needs and preferences. This paper introduces a semantic knowledge base that utilises a multi-layered architecture consisting of(More)