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Why to use a dynamic adaptive hypermedia for teaching, and how to design it?

Abstract : For many years, hypermedia has been a new research area in the field of computer aided teaching systems. Three kinds of systems have successively appeared: first classical hypermedia, then adaptive hypermedia and finally dynamic adaptive hypermedia. Dynamic adaptive hypermedia systems are more efficient, but they are rarely multimedia and hardly ever use the Internet to send courses. This paper begins with a historical reminder then introduces the architecture of METADYNE, a dynamic adaptive hypermedia system. This system allows to create and to distribute multimedia-based courses adapted to the learner, and to transmit courses via the Internet. An open architecture and the respect of standards allow the user to connect to the system with a simple browser, and enable the system to connect a large range of pedagogical multimedia databases.
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Nicolas Delestre, Jean-Pierre Pécuchet, Catherine Barry-Gréboval. Why to use a dynamic adaptive hypermedia for teaching, and how to design it?. World Conference on the WWW and Internet, Oct 1999, Honolulu, United States. ⟨hal-01177844⟩

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