Extendible Adaptive Hypermedia Courseware: Integrating Different Courses and Web Material

  title={Extendible Adaptive Hypermedia Courseware: Integrating Different Courses and Web Material},
  author={Nicola Henze and Wolfgang Nejdl},
Adaptive hypermedia courseware bene ts from being distributed over theWeb: content can always be kept up-to-date, discussions and interactions between instructors and learners can be supported, new courses can easily be distributed to the students. Nevertheless, adaptive hypermedia systems are even in the web content still stand-alone systems as long as they lack the ability to integrate and adapt information from arbitrary places in the web. In this paper, we discuss the integration of… CONTINUE READING
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