SIGUE: Making Web Courses Adaptive


Most of the information of the WWW is not adaptive, rather it is dispersed and disorganized. Another difficulty is to find tools that help to create adaptive courses. SIGUE is an author tool that makes it possible to build adaptive courses using web pages that already exist. This means that if there is a lot of information on the web about the same topic the author doesn’t have to design the content of a specific course, he can reuse these pages to build his own course, taking the best pages for the concepts he wants to explain. The author can also construct adaptive courses reusing previously non-adaptive ones. SIGUE provides an enhanced interface for the student, controls his interaction, and annotates the visited links in a student model.

DOI: 10.1007/3-540-47952-X_41

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@inproceedings{Carmona2002SIGUEMW, title={SIGUE: Making Web Courses Adaptive}, author={Cristina Carmona and David Bueno and Eduardo Guzm{\'a}n and Ricardo Conejo}, booktitle={AH}, year={2002} }