Dynamic Assembly and Customization of Web-based Courses

This paper describes a user interaction technique for assembling and customizing courses. Users specify a query, preferences, and constraints on the desired course material and then customize the resulting sequence of lessons prior to learning. This interaction has been implemented and tested in Dynamic Learning Experience (DLE), a Web-based interactive system.

By: Robert G. Farrell; John C. Thomas

Published in: RC23579 in 2005


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