A Pedagogical Ontology as a Playground in Adaptive Elearning Environments

@inproceedings{Swertz2013APO,
  title={A Pedagogical Ontology as a Playground in Adaptive Elearning Environments},
  author={Christian Swertz and Alexander Schm{\"o}lz and Alexandra Forstner and Florian Heberle and Peter A. Henning and Alexander Streicher and Bela-Andreas Bargel and J{\"u}rgen Bock and Stefan Zander},
  booktitle={GI-Jahrestagung},
  year={2013}
}
The support for teaching and learning with semantic technologies and intelligent knowledge processing has been approached by four concepts: programmed instruction, adaptive learning environments, intelligent tutoring systems, and educational recommender systems. While the demand for automated support in teaching and learning is estimated as high, the use of developed systems is observably low. With reference to educational theories, this paper argues that one reason for this is an… CONTINUE READING

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