Adaptive Learning Management System
Keywords:adaptive navigation path, LMS (Learning Management System), SCORM, XAPI, XML, LRS (Learning Record Store)
AbstractThis article is an introduction to a new model for an adaptive Learning Management System. It presents the current e-learning standards and describes the elements that can be used to create the system: the sequencing control modes, sequencing rules, navigation controls, learning records and learning record stores. The model is based on artificial intelligent algorithms that analyze the data captured for each user and creates an adaptive navigation path through the learning content of the system, allowing each user to experience the content in different ways
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