Adaptive Mobile Learning System

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Adaptive Mobile
Learning System


Hisham

Jameel

Bardesi

Mohammed A.
Razek

Deanship of Distance Learning, King
Abdulaziz


University
, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, P.O.
Box

,
hbardesi@kau.edu.sa


maabdulrazek
1
@kau.edu.sa

Agenda


Introduction


Related Work


Adaptive Mobile Learning System
Architecture


AMLS Overview


Conclusion & Future work


References

Introduction



Mobile learning technology is growing
up rapidly and it has a great potential
to provide students with learning at
anytime and anywhere


However, each individual has his/her
single way of learning.


Adaptive mobile learning can
personalize courses to meet individual
needs.

Research Objectives


To satisfy the third condition, we need
answer two questions:


Is this a learning object that the
learner needs?


Does it contain information that he can
understand?


Related Work



Adaptive presentation and curriculum
sequencing; adaptive navigation
Brusilovsky

1998
.


CITS uses learning
-
machine techniques
to identify the learners’ preferred
learning style [
Razek

2003
].


Graf et al. [Graf
2006
] keeps track
students’ behavior, records that
students with different learning style
preferences proceed differently in the
course.

Adaptive Mobile Learning
System Architecture
-
AMLS

AMLS Architecture


AMLS
Architecture

Filtering
Agent

Pedagogical
Agent

AMLS Architecture

It

is in
charge of

acquiring knowledge
about learners
-

such as their learning
profiles, learning style




It classifies learning objects
based on Anderson learning
styles.


Filtering
Agent

Pedagogical
Agent

Filtering Agent



It

is in
charge of

acquiring
knowledge about learners
-

such
as their learning profiles,
learning style


Pedagogical Agent



It classifies learning objects
based on Anderson learning
styles.


AMLS Overview


AMLS is designed and implemented based
on the criteria of Deanship of Distance
Learning (DDL), at King
Abdulazie

University (KAU).


The first version of AMLS is currently
developed by using Adobe® Flash®
Lite

3.0
Developer Edition along with Nokia's
Web Runtime (WRT). AMLS is implemented
on Nokia
5800
XpressMusic


Learner logs in AMLS
through its user interface

It allows them to enter their
interests, such as (name, data of
birth, subjects that they prefer)

AMLS allows learner to
browse its contents

Conclusion & Future work


The paper presented adaptive mobile
learning system.



The system was developed by Adobe®
Flash®
Lite

3.0
Developer Edition along
with Nokia's Web Runtime (WRT).


The future work is to use HTML
5
with
XML to develop a new version from AMLS
in order to run it through
Iphone

and
other mobile platforms.


References


[Graf
2006
] Graf S.., and
Kinshuk

Considering Learning Styles in
Learning Management Systems: Investigating the Behavior of
Students in an Online Course. First International Workshop on
Semantic Media Adaptation and Personalization (SMAP'
06
)


[
Brusilovsky

1998
]
Brusilovsky
, P.
1998
. “Adaptive Educational
Systems on the World
-
Wide
-
Web: A Review of Available
Technologies.” Paper presented at the
4
th International Conference on
Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS '
98
), in San Antonio .


[
Razek

et al.
2003
a]
Razek
, M.A., C.
Frasson
, and M.
Kaltenbach.
2003
. “
A Context
-
Based Information Agent for Supporting
Intelligent Distance Learning Environments
.” Paper presented at the
12
th International World Wide Web Conference,
20
-
24
May, in
Budapest.