Zacharias Lekkas

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Advances in Web-based oriented technologies and services are taking place with a considerable speed around the world. As communications and IT usage become an integral part of many people's lives and the available products and services become more varied and sophisticated, users expect to be able to personalize a service to meet their individual needs and(More)
Eye-tracking measurements may be used as a method of identifying users' actual behavior in a hypermedia setting. In this research, an eye-tracking experiment was conducted in order to validate the construct of cognitive style as a personalization parameter in adaptive e-Learning systems. The main research question was whether the verbalizer/ imager axis of(More)
In order to clarify whether extending learners' profiles in an adaptive educational system to cognitive and emotional characteristics may have a positive effect on performance, we conducted an empirical study that consists of two subsequent experiments. The human factors that were taken into consideration in the personalization process were cognitive style,(More)
Challenges today in the Web personalization and adaptation research area are ranging not only to the heterogeneous user needs and user environment issues such as current location and time, but also on a number of other considerations with respect to multi-channel delivery of the applications concerning Web-based content related to services, educational(More)
Research on modelling affect and on interfaces adaptation based on affective factors has matured considerably over the past several years, so that designers of educational products are now considering the inclusion of components that take affect into account. Emotions are considered to play a central role in guiding and regulating behaviour by modulating(More)
Adapting to user context, individual features and behaviour patterns is a topic of great attention nowadays in the field of Web-based and mobile learning. A challenge is to design personalized interfaces and software enabling easy access to the learning content while being sufficiently flexible to handle changes in a user's context, perception and available(More)
The research that is described in this paper focuses on incorporating theories of individual differences in information processing within the context of generic Hypertext and Hypermedia Environments. The main objective of this paper is to introduce a framework for the automatic reconstruction of Web content based on human factors. It is supported that human(More)