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A 3 EH 3 th International Workshop on Authoring of Adaptive and Adaptable Educational Hypermedia. Alexandra Cristea Rosa Carro & Franca Garzotto. Workshop Structure. PROGRAM (9:00 - 17:30).

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A3EH3th International Workshop on Authoring of Adaptive and Adaptable Educational Hypermedia

Alexandra Cristea

Rosa Carro &

Franca Garzotto


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Workshop Structure

PROGRAM (9:00 - 17:30)

FULL PAPERS:9:00- 9:15 Welcome & Workshop Goals, Structure, etc. Mixed paper session 1 (9:15 – 10:30) Models, Design and Authoring

coffee breakFull paper session 1 (11:00 - 12:30) Adaptive assessment Authoring

Authoring and Converting

lunch break

Full paper session 2 (14:00 - 15:00) Authoring evaluation

POSTERS:

Poster session 1 (15:00-15:30) Authoring Systems

coffee break

Poster session 2 (16:00 - 16:15)Authoring Languageshort breakPANEL & DISCUSSIONS (16:30 - 17:30)


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Workshop Goals

  • Up to now, the focus of adaptive hypermedia research has been on delivery rather than authoring. Only recently have we noticed a shift in focus.

  • In more details:

    • to attract the interest of the related research communities to the important issues of design and authoring in adaptive hypermedia;

    • to discuss the current state of the art in this field; and

    • to identify new challenges in the field.


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Workshop Focus

  • design, implementation and evaluation of general Adaptive and Adaptable (Educational) Hypermedia, with special emphasis on the connection to user modelling and pedagogy.


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Issues

* What are the main characteristics (that should be) modelled of learners?

* How can the pedagogical knowledge be formulated in a reusable manner?

* How to support pedagogic scenarios?

* How can we consider user cognitive styles in adaptive hypermedia?

* How can we consider user learning styles in adaptive hypermedia?

* Are there any recurring patterns that can be detected in the authoring process generally speaking, and in the authoring of user or pedagogic model in particular?


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Theme

  • Theme: evaluation & focus on pedagogical implications

  • Previous workshops:

    • 2nd: design and evaluation of adaptive and adaptable (Educational) Hypermedia applications and authoring tools.

    • 1st: Design AH; learning styles; AH authoring patterns


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Topics

* Design patterns for adaptive educational hypermedia

* Authoring user models for adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia

* Authoring pedagogic models for adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia

* Generic authoring for adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia

* Authoring patterns for user models and pedagogic models in adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia

* Authoring Tools for user models and pedagogic models in adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia

* Generic authoring tools in adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia

* Reusable user models and pedagogic models

* Connecting adaptive educational hypermedia with cognitive/learning styles

* Evaluation of authoring tools for adaptive educational hypermedia

* Evaluation of adaptive educational hypermedia design patterns

* Evaluation of adaptive educational hypermedia authoring patterns


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Expected Outcome

  • The workshop will also lead to a better understanding and cross-dissemination of specific aspects of the authoring problem of AEH, as well as specific solutions applied by different parties.

  • Moreover, we hope the workshop will lead to generalization of solutions, such as patterns extracted from existing design and authoring processes in AH, evaluation methodology, pedagogical implications, etc.

  • This workshop continues the series started with the help of the EC project ADAPT (Minerva, Socrates programme): http://wwwis.win.tue.nl/~acristea/HTML/Minerva/index.html

  • Furtheron, the workshop should be seen as a platform that enables the cooperation and exchange of information with other related European and non-European projects.


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Papers

  • Full papers:

    • original mature research results

  • Posters:

    • original ongoing research

  • All submissions underwent a thorough reviewing and refereeing process in order to decide on acceptance.

  • Selected papers will also be invited for a Special Issue on Personalization of Computing and Services of the Jodi journal.

    • With your help!


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BEST PAPER PRESENTATION SELECTION FORM

  • Please select from below the three best papers (especially presentation, but also content) according to you, write their numbers (1-11) in the space below and hand the form to one of the Workshop Chairs before leaving:

  • Best paper number: _______

  • Second best paper number:_________

  • Third best paper number:________


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Program Committee

Helen Ashman, University of Nottingham (UK)

Paul De Bra, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (Netherlands)

Tim Brailsford, University of Nottingham (UK)

Licia Calvi, University of Pavia (Italy)

Hugh Davis, Southampton University (UK)

Serge Garlatti, GET-ENST Bretagne (France)

Nicola Henze, University of Hannover (Germany)

Judy Kay, University of Sydney (Australia)

Kinshuk, Massey University (New Zealand)

Wolfgang Nejdl, University of Hannover (Germany)

Toshio Okamoto, University of Electro-Communications (Japan)

Helen Pain, University of Edinburgh (UK)

Simos Retalis, University of Piraeus (Greece)

Pilar Rodríguez, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (Spain)

Johann Schlichter, Technical University of Munich (Germany)

Marcus Specht, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology (Germany)

Daniel Schwabe, PUC - Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

Carlo Strapparava, IRST (Italy)

Lorna Uden, Staffordshire University (UK)

Vincent Wade, Trinity College (Ireland)

Gerhard Weber, Freiburg University of Education (Germany)

Wolfgang Woerndl, Technical University of Munich (Germany)


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Workshop Structure

PROGRAM (9:00 - 17:30)

FULL PAPERS:9:00- 9:15 Welcome & Workshop Goals, Structure, etc. Mixed paper session 1 (9:15 – 10:30) Models, Design and Authoring

coffee breakFull paper session 1 (11:00 - 12:30) Adaptive assessment Authoring

Authoring and Converting

lunch break

Full paper session 2 (14:00 - 15:00) Authoring evaluation

POSTERS:

Poster session 1 (15:00-15:30) Authoring Systems

coffee break

Poster session 2 (16:00 - 16:15)Authoring Languageshort breakPANEL & DISCUSSIONS (16:30 - 17:30)


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MIXED SESSION 1:

  • Program, Tuesday, July 19th 2005 (Room A-306)

  • 09.00 - 10.30 session:

  • Theme models, design and authoring

  • 09.00-09.15 Welcome

  • 9.15-9.45: Paper 1. Comparing Graphs and Trees for Adaptive Hypermedia Authoring, authors: Manuel Freire and Pilar Rodriguez

  • 9.45-10.15: Paper 2. Using Schema Analysis for Feedback in Authoring Tools for Learning Environments, authors: Harrie Passier & Johan Jeuring

  • 10.15-10.30: Poster 9. The Cost of Authoring with a Knowledge Layer, authors: Lichao Li, Judy Kay

  • 10.30 - 11.00 coffee/tea break


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FULL PAPER SESSION 1:

  • 11.00 - 12.30 session:

  • Theme adaptive assessment authoring

  • 11.00-11.30: Paper 3. Creating personalised quizzes both to the learner and to the access device characteristics: the Case of CosyQTI, authors: Symeon Retalis, Petros Lalos

  • 11.30-12.00: Paper 4. Automatic Generation of Exercises for Self-testing in Adaptive E-learning Systems: Exercises on AC Circuits, authors: Paul Cristea, Rodica Tuduce

  • Theme authoring and converting

  • 12.00-12.30: Paper 5. Writing MOT, Reading AHA! - converting between an authoring and a delivery system for adaptive educational hypermedia -, authors: Alexandra Cristea, David Smits and Paul de Bra

  • 12.30 - 14.00 lunch


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MIXED PAPER SESSIONS:

  • 14.00 - 15.30 session:

  • Theme authoring evaluation

  • 14.00-14.30: Paper 6. Evaluation of Adaptive Course Construction Toolkit (ACCT), authors: Declan Dagger, Vincent Wade

  • 14.30-15.00: Paper 7. Evaluation of Interoperability of Adaptive Hypermedia Systems: testing the MOT to WHURLE conversion in a classroom setting, authors: Alexandra Cristea, Craig Stewart, Tim Brailsford and Paul Cristea

  • Theme authoring systems

  • 15.00-15.15: Poster 8. Authoring and delivering adaptable learning objects in SINTEC, authors: Valentin Cristea, Stefan Trausan-Matu

  • 15.15-15.30: Poster 10. Telemedicine ontology for AIED, authors: O. Ferrer-Roca, A. Figueredo, K. Franco, A. Diaz-Cardama

  • 15.30 - 16.00 coffee/tea break


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MIXED PAPER SESSIONS:

  • 16.00 - 17.30 session

  • Theme authoring language

  • 16.00-16.15: Poster 11. New Features of the OPScript Language, authors: Vicente Arturo ROMERO ZALDIVAR, Jon Ander ELORRIAGA ARANDIA, Mateo Jerónimo LEZCANO BRITO, Mikel Larrañaga

  • 16.15-16.30 short break

  • Panel & Discussion on A3EH

  • 16.30-17.30: Panel with Invited Speakers: to be announced


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Original Topics – paper distribution

* Authoring user models for adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia

  • Poster [9] Knowledge layer addition: cost evaluation, Li & Kay

    * Generic authoring for adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia

  • Poster [11] OPScript language, Romero et al.

    * Authoring Tools for user models and pedagogic models in adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia

  • Posters [8] Sintec, Cristea & Trausan, [10] Telemedicine, Ferrer-Roca et al.


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Original Topics – paper distribution

* Reusable user models and pedagogic models

  • [5] Conversion MOT to AHA!, Cristea, Smits, De Bra

    * Evaluation of authoring tools for adaptive educational hypermedia

  • [6] ACCT evaluation, Dagger & Wade

  • [7] Evaluation MOT to WHURLE conversion, Cristea et al.

    * Evaluation of adaptive educational hypermedia design patterns

  • [2] Schema Analysis: evaluation methodology, Passier & Jeuring

    * Evaluation of adaptive educational hypermedia authoring patterns

  • [1] Comparing graphs & Trees in A3EH: evaluation, Freire & Rodriguez


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Topics less touched

* Design patterns for adaptive educational hypermedia

* Authoring pedagogic models for adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia

* Authoring patterns for user models and pedagogic models in adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia

* Connecting adaptive educational hypermedia with cognitive/learning styles


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Other topics emerging …

  • Authoring for assessment

    • [3] Personalized quizzes generation, Retalis & Lalos

    • [4] Exercise generation, Cristea & Tuduce


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Other topics emerging …

  • Reuse

    • Whole courseware (paper 5, Cristea; 7, Stewart)

  • Automatic authoring

    • Quizzes (paper 4, Cristea & Tuduce)

  • Ontologies

    • Telemedicine (poster 10, Ferrer-Roca)


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PANEL & DISCUSSION(16:30 - 17:30) (Room A-306)

Most important issues in A3EH?

Problems & Possible solutions

Panelists: one person per full paper (preparation discussion over lunch)

moderators: t.b.a.


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GOAL of the panel

With the contribution of the panelists and all workshop partecipans:

  • to identify HOT ISSUES that are particularly relevant for current and future research on authoring AEHs

  • To discuss whether these are just PROBLEMS or actually have possible SOLUTIONS


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Panel structure

  • Two rounds of questions and discussions

  • Wrap up

    • Conclusions

    • Future plans


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What are panelists expected to do?

FIRST ROUND

  • pick one of the panel “hot issues” that you rank as “particularly relevant”, or mention complementary hot topics

  • comment how you would address them

    SECOND ROUND

  • Discuss/contrast other panelists opinions

  • Involve the audience

  • Propose concrete research actions


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HOT ISSUES for the panelists

Organized along four main “dimensions”:

  • CONCEPTUAL TOOLS to support the design and authoring process

  • DEVELOPMENT/IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS for building AEH

  • CONTRIBUTIONS/SUPPORT from other disciplines

  • EVALUATION and ACCEPTABILITY (of conceptual and development tools): which FACTORS TO MEASURE OR PROMOTE, and HOW?


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HOT ISSUES: (this slide should be distributed to all participants and the audience)

  • CONCEPTUAL TOOLS for AEH authoring

    • Design methodologies

    • Application models

    • Modeling standards

    • Patterns (for application design, for implementation design, for authoring systems architecture)

    • Common design language

    • .....


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HOT ISSUES: (this slide should be distributed to all participants and the audience)

  • DEVELOPMENT/IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS for building AEH

    • Application Design methodologies

    • Application models and Modeling standards

    • Implementation standards

    • Architecture standards

    • Patterns (for application design, for implementation design, for system architecture)

    • Common Language


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HOT ISSUES: (this slide should be distributed to all participants and the audience)

  • CONTRIBUTIONS/SUPPORT from other disciplines

    • Pedagogy, instructional design and cognitive sciences

    • HCI

    • Artificial intelligence

    • Semantic web

    • Collaborative systems

    • Web engineering

    • ....


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HOT ISSUES: (this slide should be distributed to all participants and the audience)

  • EVALUATION and ACCEPTABILITY: which FACTORS TO MEASURE OR PROMOTE, and HOW?

    • For the conceptual tools (usability, effectiveness, .....)

    • For the development tools (usability, effectiveness, interoperability, ....)

    • For the artifacts built using the tools (usability, educational impact, portability and interoperability. ..)

    • Evaluation methodology


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