The AMAS authoring tool 2.0: a UX evaluation

  title={The AMAS authoring tool 2.0: a UX evaluation},
  author={Conor Gaffney and Owen Conlan and Vincent P. Wade},
Adaptive hypermedia has been well documented as being very beneficial in the domain of online education. Authoring adaptive educational hypermedia is however a complex and difficult task. There have been a number of tools developed to address the issue of authoring so as to ease the cognitive load involved in composition. This paper examines two key areas related authoring tool design: hypertext representation and User Experience (UX) design. Both of these are important factors that should be… CONTINUE READING