Adaptive Hypermedia: From Intelligent Tutoring Systems to Web-Based Education

@inproceedings{Brusilovsky2000AdaptiveHF,
  title={Adaptive Hypermedia: From Intelligent Tutoring Systems to Web-Based Education},
  author={Peter Brusilovsky},
  booktitle={Intelligent Tutoring Systems},
  year={2000}
}
Adaptive hypermedia is a new area of research at the crossroads of hypermedia and adaptive systems and. Education is the largest application area of adaptive hypermedia systems. The goals of this paper are to provide a brief introduction into adaptive hypermedia and supply the reader with an organized reading on adaptive educational hypermedia. Unlike some other papers that are centered around the current state of the field, this paper attempts, from one side, to trace the history adaptive… CONTINUE READING
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