Advances in Web-Based Education: Personalized Learning by George D. Magoulas

By George D. Magoulas

Advances in know-how are more and more impacting the best way curriculum is brought and assessed. The emergence of the net has provided inexperienced persons a brand new tutorial supply process that connects them with academic assets. Advances in Web-Based schooling: custom-made studying Environments covers quite a lot of elements that impression the layout, use and adoption of customized studying environments, and it indicates how person and pedagogical issues might be built-in into the layout, improvement and implementation of adaptive hypermedia platforms to create powerful custom-made studying environments.

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