Popescu Elvira, Badica Costin & Moraret Lucian (2010). Â« Accommodating Learning Styles in an Adaptive Educational System Â». Informatica, vol. 34, nÂ° 4. En ligne : <http://www.informatica. ... ducational%20System.pdf>.
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Integrating learning styles in adaptive educational systems is a relatively recent trend in technology en- hanced learning. The rationale is that adapting courses to the learning preferences of the students has a positive effect on the learning process, leading to an increased efficiency, effectiveness and/or learner satisfaction. The purpose of this paper is twofold: i) to provide an extensive review of existing learning style-based adaptive educational systems (LSAES); ii) to propose an innovative system (called WELSA), which alleviates some of the encountered limitations. Specifically, WELSA is based on: i) a comprehen- sive set of learning style preferences; ii) an implicit and dynamic learner modeling method; iii) a dynamic adaptation approach. The systemâ€™s architecture is presented, together with the main components respon- sible for its functionalities: authoring tool, data analysis tool and adaptation component. Encouraging experimental data are also reported.
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