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Integrating constructive feedback in personalised e-learning

Lubega, J. and Williams, S. (2009) Integrating constructive feedback in personalised e-learning. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (5685). pp. 218-229. ISSN 0302-9743

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-03697-2_21


When using e-learning material some students progress readily, others have difficulties. In a traditional classroom the teacher would identify those with difficulties and direct them to additional resources. This support is not easily available within e-learning. A new approach to providing constructive feedback is developed that will enable an e-learning system to identify areas of weakness and provide guidance on further study. The approach is based on the tagging of learning material with appropriate keywords that indicate the contents. Thus if a student performs poorly on an assessment on topic X, there is a need to suggest further study of X and participation in activities related to X such as forums. As well as supporting the learner this type of constructive feedback can also inform other stakeholders. For example a tutor can monitor the progress of a cohort; an instructional designer can monitor the quality of learning objects in facilitating the appropriate knowledge across many learners.

Item Type:Article
ID Code:14770
Additional Information:Hybrid Learning and Education Second International Conference, ICHL 2009, Macau, China, August 25-27, 2009. Proceedings ISBN: 9783642036965


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